Publications in Scientific Journals:
S. Zamberger, L.C. Whitmore, S. Krisam, T. Wojcik, E. Kozeschnik:
"Experimental and computational study of cementite precipitation in tempered martensite";
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering,
Number 5, Paper 055012.
In this work, we investigate cementite precipitation during tempering
of quenched 0.3C-1Cr-1Mo steel with martensitic microstructure at
temperatures between 400 and 700°C. Particular focus is laid on the evolution of the Cr-content of particles during tempering, where we observe a transition from fast C diffusion-controlled to slow Cr diffusion-controlled kinetics. For characterization of the precipitates, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) in combination with thermokinetic simulation is applied. With a new concept for treatment of inner-particle diffusion in the framework of the SFFK model implemented in the software MatCalc, a successful simulation of cementite precipitation kinetics and Cr enrichment of precipitates is carried out over the entire temperature range.
microalloyed steels, cementite precipitation, precipitation kinetics
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