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dc.contributor.authorDima, Ovidiu
dc.contributor.authorLevcovici, Sanda
dc.contributor.authorGheorghieș, Constantin
dc.date.accessioned2018-10-10T10:05:16Z
dc.date.available2018-10-10T10:05:16Z
dc.date.issued2006
dc.identifier.issn1453 – 083X
dc.identifier.urihttp://arthra.ugal.ro/xmlui/handle/123456789/5511
dc.descriptionThe Annals of "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati Fascicle IX Metallurgy and Materials Science ISSN 1453 – 083X. N0. 1 – 2006ro_RO
dc.description.abstractThe analysis of nitrated layer diffractograms and the structure marked out the presence of complex nitrides combinations layer for all types of steel except for code 6 steel type 2CuMoNiCr200 which because of the very high index of austenite stability, 29.9, presented a layer made of nitrogen solid connate solution in austenite. In the case of stainless austenite steel types nitrogen diffusion and, consequently nitrated layer formation depends on the concentration of alloying elements in steel, on austenite stability indices. Code 2 and code 3 steel types that have the smallest stability indices have the thickest layer and are followed by code 3 and code 4 steel types. On the fifth place is code 1 steel type which has a thinner layer, approx. 21 jam and on the last place there is code 6 steel type that, as it was shown, does not form a nitrides layer.ro_RO
dc.language.isoenro_RO
dc.publisherUniversitatea "Dunărea de Jos" din Galațiro_RO
dc.subjectaustenitero_RO
dc.subjectstainless steelro_RO
dc.subjectnitratedro_RO
dc.subjectstructurero_RO
dc.titleAspects of Nitrated Layer Structure for Some Types of Austenite Stainless Steelro_RO
dc.typeArticlero_RO


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