Cyclic Martensitic Transformations Influence on the Diffusion Of Carbon Atoms in Fe-18 wt.%Mn-2 wt.%Si alloy.

Author(s) Danilchenko, V.E.; Filatov, A.V.; Mazanko, V.F.; Iakovlev, V.E.
Journal Nanoscale Res Lett
Date Published 2017 Dec
Abstract

A significant carbon diffusion mobility acceleration as a result of cyclic γ↔ε martensitic transformations in iron-manganese alloy is determined by one- and two-dimensional structure defects of ε-martensite with face-centered close-packed lattice. Such defects (dislocations, low angle sub-boundaries of dislocations, chaotic stacking faults) were formed during cyclic γ↔ε martensitic transformations. Peak carbon diffusion coefficient increase was observed under thermocycling when maximum quantity of lattice defects increase was fixed.

DOI 10.1186/s11671-017-1978-z
ISSN 1931-7573
Citation Danilchenko VE, Filatov AV, Mazanko VF, Iakovlev VE. Cyclic Martensitic Transformations Influence on the Diffusion Of Carbon Atoms in Fe-18 wt.%Mn-2 wt.%Si alloy. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2017;12(1):194.

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