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Autori: Mitelea, I., Bordeasu, I., Popoviciu, M.O., Hadar, A
Editorial: Rev. Chim., 58 (2), p.254-257, 2007.
One of the most efficient methods for prevention or slowing down the corrosion is the improved selection of chemical resistance of the employed material and the optimization of the microstructure by adequate heat treatments. The present work is concerned with characterizing the corrosion resistance of four martensitic stainless steels, cast by SC UCM Resita after genuine recipe and having a content of (13…17)% chromium and (0…4)% nickel. Before the corrosion tests the specimens were subjected to a heat treatment consisting in a body martensitic quenching from the austenitic domain (980…1090°C), followed by tempering at approximately 600°C. The tests were carried out in acetic acid and synthetic seawater both at room and boiling temperature.
Cuvinte cheie: corosion, environment, chemical composition, stainless steel, microstructure, heat treatment