|Microstructural Evolution in 42SiCr Steel in a High-Temperature Chamber Under Microscope Objective
|Mikrostrukturní evoluce v oceli 42SiCr ve vysokoteplotní komoře pod objektivem mikroskopu
|PEKOVIĆ, M., JIRKOVÁ, H., RUBEŠOVÁ, K., JANDA, T., BUREŠ, R. Microstructural Evolution in 42SiCr Steel in a High-Temperature Chamber Under Microscope Objective. Manufacturing Technology, 2020, roč. 20, č. 3, s. 355-360. ISSN 1213-2489.
|J. E. Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem
|Keywords in different language:
|high-temperature chamber;phase transformations;optical and electron microscopy;heat treatment
|Abstract in different language:
|Thanks to today’s computer programs, engineers can derive a large amount of information from chemical com-position of a material. This information includes phase transformation temperatures Ac1, Ac3, Ms and Mf. CCT and TTT diagrams for austenite decomposition can be determined as well. When steel is heated, austenite grains nu-cleate and grow in the initial microstructure. On cooling, the grains decompose into pearlite, ferrite, cementite and hardening phases. Transformations of this kind are thoroughly described in literature: the ways the individual phases form and the speed of their formation and temperatures involved. However, in-situ visual recordings of such transformations are relatively rare. With Linkam TS1400XY high-temperature stage and chamber integrat-ed in an optical microscope, one can observe phase transformations in situ during heating and cooling. This paper explores microstructural evolution in 42SiCr steel in the course of heat treatment in a high-temperature chamber on an optical microscope stage which offers observation of changes in the material right under the microscope objective
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