Study on Relationship Between Cr/C and Properties of FE‐C‐CR High Chromium White Irons

Study on Relationship Between Cr/C and Properties of FE‐C‐CR High Chromium White Irons The relationship between Cr/C and properties of Fe‐C‐Cr high chromium white irons was studied by calculating the valence electron structure of austenite of Fe‐C‐Cr high chromium white irons with the empirical electron theory of solids and molecules (EET) and the equilibrium phase diagram of Fe‐C‐Cr system. Results show that the C‐Cr bond is the strongest bond of all bonds in alloying austenite in Fe‐C‐Cr high chromium white irons of industrial application and, thereby, causes partial aggregation of C‐Cr atomic groups. The weight of partial aggregation of C‐Cr atomic groups would be increased greatly and more austenite would be reserved to room temperature when Cr/>6. The Fe‐CCr high chromium white irons achieve best mechanical property when Cr/C=5.5‐6.5. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures Emerald Publishing

Study on Relationship Between Cr/C and Properties of FE‐C‐CR High Chromium White Irons

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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Copyright © 2006 Emerald Group Publishing Limited. All rights reserved.
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1573-6105
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10.1163/157361106778554879
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Abstract

The relationship between Cr/C and properties of Fe‐C‐Cr high chromium white irons was studied by calculating the valence electron structure of austenite of Fe‐C‐Cr high chromium white irons with the empirical electron theory of solids and molecules (EET) and the equilibrium phase diagram of Fe‐C‐Cr system. Results show that the C‐Cr bond is the strongest bond of all bonds in alloying austenite in Fe‐C‐Cr high chromium white irons of industrial application and, thereby, causes partial aggregation of C‐Cr atomic groups. The weight of partial aggregation of C‐Cr atomic groups would be increased greatly and more austenite would be reserved to room temperature when Cr/>6. The Fe‐CCr high chromium white irons achieve best mechanical property when Cr/C=5.5‐6.5.

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Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and StructuresEmerald Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 2006

Keywords: High chromium white iron; Alloying austenite; Valence electron structure; Composition design

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