Accession Number : AD0857643
Title : Titanium Carbides as a Cause of Knife-Line Corrosion,
Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
Personal Author(s) : Cihal, V. ; Kasova, I. ; Masarik, V. ; Lehka, N.
Report Date : 03 DEC 1968
Pagination or Media Count : 23
Abstract : 1Kh18N9T (0.08 percent C, 1.18 percent Mn, 18.24 percent Cr, 9.25 percent Ni, 0.21 percent Mo, 0.80 percent Ti) steel was subjected to microscopic and x-ray examination to determine the effect of titanium carbide on knife-line corrosion. By structural analysis of overheated titanium-stabilized steels and by oxidation of titanium carbides at potentials corresponding to the corrosion of these steels in nitric acid, it was shown that the dendritic titanium carbides precipitated in grain boundaries after overheating are one of the main causes of knife-line corrosion. Heat-treatment to eliminate the knife-line corrosion had only limited effect.
Descriptors : (*STAINLESS STEEL, CORROSION), CHROMIUM ALLOYS, NICKEL ALLOYS, TITANIUM ALLOYS, MANGANESE ALLOYS, TITANIUM COMPOUNDS, CARBIDES, CORROSION INHIBITION, CORROSION RESISTANCE, CORROSION RESISTANT ALLOYS, WELDING, GRAIN BOUNDARIES, MICROSTRUCTURE, CZECHOSLOVAKIA.
Subject Categories : Properties of Metals and Alloys
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE