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The condition of stress corrosion cracking is caused by stainless steel

Chromium martensitic stainless steel and ferritic stainless steel according to different conditions can cause stress corrosion cracking (mainly intergranular cracking) or hydrogen embrittlement, but this kind of stainless steel in MgCI2 or NaCI solution, resisting performance is far stronger than ...

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Nitrogen and Molybdenum Chromium In Stainless Steel By yaang.com

Molybdenum effect Molybdenum in pure γ-Fe in the maximum solubility of about 3%, ω (C) ≈ 0.25% ~ 0.30%, the maximum solubility in austenite is about 8%. Molybdenum in pure α-Fe the maximum solubility of about 32%, and decreased with temperature can ...

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Martensitic Stainless Steel By yaang.com

Martensitic Stainless Steel By yaang.com

Martensitic stainless steel have the highest strength but also the lowest corrosion resistance of the stainless steel. Martensitic steels with high carbon contents are used for tool steel. Due to their high strength in combination with somecorrosion resistance, martensitic steels are ...

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Alloy 410 Stainless Steel Flange By yaang.com

Alloy 410 Stainless Steel Flange By yaang.com

Alloy 410 stainless steel flange is the general purpose 12% chromium martensitic stainless steel that can be heat treated to obtain a wide range of mechanical properties. 410 stainless steel flange possesses high strength and hardness coupled with good corrosion ...

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