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Constitution and Properties of Steels by F. B. Pickering (editor)

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STP644, Philadelphia: ASTM, pp. 287-302. , Cohen, M. (1969), Acta Metall. 17, 189. , Bernstein, I. M. ) (1977), Handbook of Stainless Steels. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Pickering, RB. (1967), in: Transformation and Hardenability in Steels. Ann Arbor, MI: Climax Molybdenum Company, pp. 109-129. Pickering, RB. (1978), Physical Metallurgy and the Design of Steels. London: Applied Science Publishers. Pradhan, R. ) (1990), Metallurgy of Vacuum Degassed Steel Products. Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society.

The Bs temperature has been related quantitatively to steel composition by empirical equations (Pickering, 1978). For austenite which does not transform to a microstructure dependent on diffusion, the Ms and estimated temperatures for various amounts of martensite formation are also indicated. 4 Transformation Diagrams °C ill! I[ i I 1; HI: Nil 31 liil A jsten ite 800 1 1400 — B eg inninq of transformatio mmmm m — 700 \ 1200 nciof ^ t rarisf Drm atiorT ; p: _i_ p 1000 50 A a. T. 5 1 2 Estimated Temperature IN/UN.

The hardest microstructures are those which consist of martensite and the lowest strength microstruc- tures consist of equiaxed ferrite and pearlite. The relatively high alloy content of the steel significantly delays the start of the ferrite and pearlite transformations (see Sees. 4) and produces a prominent range of cooling conditions which produce bainite. Continuous cooling may produce microstructures made up of several different constituents. For example, the cooling rate in Fig. 1-37 which produces a microstructure with a hardness of DPH 242 passes through the equiaxed ferrite, pearlite, and bainite regions, and would produce microstructures consisting of all three of these structures.

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