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Grain boundary segregation of carbon in iron.

John Mesrob Papazian

Grain boundary segregation of carbon in iron.

by John Mesrob Papazian

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Published in [n.p.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grain boundaries.,
  • Iron -- Metallurgy.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN690 .P28
    The Physical Object
    Pagination93 l.
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5484489M
    LC Control Number73238234

    Influence of vanadium on grain boundary segregation of phosphorus in iron and iron-carbon alloys R D K MISRA Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, P.O. Kanchanbagh, Hyderabad , India MS received 24 June ; revised 8 July Abstrlet. Decarburization is a surface degradation phenomenon in the forging and heat treating of steels. Decarburization may be described as a metallurgical process in which the surface of steel is depleted of carbon by heating above the lower critical temperature or by chemical action.

    Grain boundary segregation engineering in metallic alloys: A pathway to the design of interfaces Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 18 () Grain boundary segregation engineering in metallic alloys: A pathway to the design of interfaces D. Raabe, M. Herbig, S. Sandlöbes, Y. Li, D. Tytko, M. Kuzmina, D. Ponge, P.-P. The Effect of Deformation on Structure and Properties of Surface Diffusion Layers Formed in Iron Alloys under Alloying by Nitrogen and Carbon Grain Boundary Segregation and Grain Boundary Diffusion of Carbon in Niobium. Comparison of Data for Substitution and Interstitial Solid Solutions.

      Grain boundary in oxide scale has profound influences on the deformation behaviour and tribological properties of metal alloys at high temperature. This chapter introduces some recent progress to quantify microstructure and interface quality, providing examples of possible property variations. Some fundamental issues of oxidation mechanism have been given, consisting of crystal structures of. @article{osti_, title = {The grain-boundary segregation of phosphorus and carbon in Fe-P-C alloy during cooling}, author = {Cowan, J R and Jones, R B and Evans, H E and Bowen, P}, abstractNote = {Grain-boundary segregation in the Fe-P-C system has been examined using Auger Electron Spectroscopy on specimens which were cooled slowly to various intermediate temperatures after .


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Grain boundary segregation of carbon in iron by John Mesrob Papazian Download PDF EPUB FB2

The segregation of sulfur, nitrogen, and carbon at surfaces and grain boundaries of α‐iron was studied by Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES). Specimens of pure iron, doped with nitrogen or carbon by equilibria with gas mixtures were introduced into the UHV‐chamber and fractured by Cited by:   In the previous study, the authors quantitatively evaluated the amount of carbon segregated at grain boundaries in a conventional pure iron containing approximately 60 mass ppm carbon by means of 3DAP with the amounts evaluated by the interfacial excess value corresponding to the excess segregated atoms per unit grain boundary by: 5.

Because grain boundaries form a continuous network throughout such materials, their properties may limit their practical use. One of the serious phenomena which evoke these limitations is the grain boundary segregation of impurities.

It results in the loss of grain boundary cohesion and consequently, in brittle fracture of the : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Segregation of light elements can profoundly affect the energies and cohesive properties of grain boundaries. First-principles calculations have been performed to determine the carbon solution energies and cohesive properties of three different grain boundaries in presence of carbon.

In this study, molecular statics simulations were employed to analyze the energetics associated with the segregation of various elements (helium, hydrogen, carbon, phosphorous, and vanadium) to four 〈〉 (Σ5 and Σ13 GBs) and six 〈〉 (Σ3, Σ9, and Σ11 GBs) symmetric tilt grain boundaries in α-Fe.

Segregation of carbon in iron and molybdenum. Surface Science. Vol, p W Arabczyk, U Narkiewicz. The effect of the real crystal structure of iron.

Abstract - Ultra high purity iron doped with S and C was investigated from the point of view of the influence of S and C segregation on grain boundary (GB) properties related to high temperature fracture.

At low S contents intergranular fracture was found to. Intergranular embrittlement of iron by phosphorus segregation: an atomistic simulation Won-Seok Ko, Jong Bae Jeon, Chang-Hoon Lee et al.-Effect of impurities on structural, cohesive and magnetic properties of grain boundaries in -Fe E Wachowicz and A Kiejna-Ab initio study of H, He, Li and Be impurity effect in tungsten and grain boundaries.

Because grain boundaries form a continuous network throughout such materials, their properties may limit their practical use.

One of the serious phenomena which evoke these limitations is the grain boundary segregation of impurities. It results in the loss of grain boundary cohesion and consequently, in brittle fracture of the materials. The electronic properties of H impurity in an Fe Σ = 5, ° [] () symmetrical tilt grain boundary (GB) were studied using qualitative electronic structure calculations in the framework of t.

Hendy M., Hatem T.M., El-Awady J.A. () Atomistic Simulations of Carbon Diffusion and Segregation in α-Iron Grain Boundaries. In: & Materials Society T. (eds) TMS th Annual Meeting & Exhibition Supplemental Proceedings. TMS The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series.

Springer, Cham. First Online 04 February The mean grain sizes (D) of the powders were determined by analyzing TEM dark field images and X-ray line profiles. The results indicated that once the saturation of GBs is achieved, D of the NC iron-carbon powders will be strongly dependent on C0 and will follow a simple mass balance of carbon in a closed system, i.e.

D=3ΓgbVm/(C0-Cg) with Cg. The role of entropy in materials science is demonstrated in this report in order to establish its importance for the example of solute segregation at the grain boundaries of bcc iron. We show that substantial differences in grain boundary chemistry arise if their composition is calculated with or without consideration of the entropic term.

Grain Boundary Segregation of Hydrogen in bcc Iron Article (PDF Available) in Surface Review and Letters 9() June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Carbon atoms segregated at grain boundaries seem to play a role in stabilizing dislocation emission sites at the grain boundaries, which enhances the Hall–Petch coefficient of iron.

These results support the dislocation pile-up model of explaining yielding in polycrystalline metals. SEGREGATION OF BORON TO GRAIN BOUNDARIES IN IRON C I ~tomlc solid solubility FIG.

- Correlation of grain boundary enrichment factor with atomic solid solubility. Segregation of solutes to grain boundaries is usually associated with grain boundary embrittle- ment. In Fe–C–P alloys grain-boundary segregation is affected by site competition.

Increasing carbon content of the samples causes an increase of the carbon concentration and a decrease of the phosphorus concentration at the grain boundaries; the intergranular part of fracture is simultaneously lowered.

Grain Boundary Segregation of Impurities in Iron and Steels and Effects on Steel Properties With H. Grabke Temper embrittlement and long-term embrittlement have long been known as deleterious phenomena in low alloy steels.

grain boundaries promotes precipitation of carbides already in the liquid state, what increases the propensity for hot cracking. The molybdenum content, in a cast steel of increased carbon content, varies from ~4% in the centre of solidification grain to ~% in its boundary areas, and the chromium content from ~28% to 32%, respectively.

Carbon tends to suppress the grain boundary fracture (GBFR) of α-iron, which is promoted by the segregation of phosphorus and other impurities to grain boundaries.

This effect of carbon is due to. The electrical activity of grain boundaries (GB’s) in polycrystalline silicon is strongly affected by heat treatments, which are known to induce the segregation of oxygen.

The large, quantitative variations of the electrical activity of GB’s observed experimentally, which are a function not only of the heat treatments but also of the carbon and oxygen content of the specific sample.A grain boundary is the interface between two grains, or crystallites, in a polycrystalline boundaries are 2D defects in the crystal structure, and tend to decrease the electrical and thermal conductivity of the material.

Most grain boundaries are preferred sites for the onset of corrosion and for the precipitation of new phases from the solid. The enhanced thermal stability is ascribed to segregation of a Cu-rich phase at the Ni 1–x Cu x grain boundaries, which acts as a shielding layer against grain growth.

As a result, high values of hardness (in excess of 6 GPa) remain in nc Ni 1–x .