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Relations Between Oxidation Induced Microstructure and Mechanical Durability of Oxide Scales
Most industrial heat-resistant stainless steels contain silicon as a minor constituent. At high temperature, the internal formation of amorphous silica reduces oxidation rates but decreases the metal/oxide interface ...
Relation between microstructure induced by oxidation and room-temperature mechanical properties of the thermally grown oxide scales on austenitic stainless steels
The spalling/cracking behaviour, at room temperature, of thermally grown oxide scales under tensile stress was investigated using SEM in-situ tensile testing for two austenitic stainless steels with close composition except ...