Role of copper on Laves phase morphology in 9-12%Cr steels
Paper in proceedings, 2017

In this work the Laves phase was found to appear in two different morphologies, namely granular shapes and in an elongated shape. No difference in crystallography could be detected between these morphologies. The Laves phase was only observed in its elongated form in Cu-containing steels, where it was the primary morphology present after short term ageing. After long term ageing, the elongated Laves phase was replaced by the granular morphology. It is speculated that Cu precipitates act as nucleation sites for the elongated Laves phase, resulting in an unstable orientation relationship with the matrix, an in the meta-stable elongated morphology of Laves phase precipitates.

Author

Hilmar K. Danielsen

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Fang Liu

Materials and manufacture

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

17578981 (ISSN) 1757899X (eISSN)

Vol. 219 1 Art no: UNSP 012015- 012015

Subject Categories

Metallurgy and Metallic Materials

DOI

10.1088/1757-899X/219/1/012015

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2/28/2018