Quantitative metallography of multiphase steelsMittwoch (21.09.2016) 17:35 - 17:55 Uhr Hörsaal B Bestandteil von:
Metallographic methods of qualitative and quantitative phase identification have long been known for their superior accuracy. In the current work phase fractions of martensite, bainite and austenite in a newly developed experimental steel, have been determined from image analysis of micrographs taken using dark field imaging and color etching. The interpretation of the results was supported by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and micro harness measurements of the different phases. It is shown that in the newly developed experimental steel the martensite phase undergoes a reverse transformation into austenite by reheating to a low temperature of 150°C, this is accurately determined from tint etching with 7%Na2S2O5, whereas other etching techniques might be deceiving as such interpretations are largely based on the morphology of the observed phase.
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