Results for: Austenite

In Elements and Compounds

Is austenitic stainless steel a ferrous metal?

Well the austenitic metal has alot of quailties, you can use it for lots of thing it is also known that they use these in creating hamter cages, the hamster cages are know to (MORE)
In Metal and Alloys

What is the density of austenitic steel?

The density of austenitic steel varies according to the type orgrade. For one of the commonly used austenitic steel like Type 304,the density is 8.0g/cm3.
In Physics

What is austenite?

its a solid solution created when carbon steel is heated to red hot. also know as the alpha iron. during cooling of the steel it can transform into pearlite or ferite.
In Mechanical Engineering

What is austenitic stainless steel?

Austenitic stainless steel is in general having an Austenite phase.its having a non-magnetic f.c.c. structure.
In Chemical Engineering

Explain the effect of austenite and ferrite stabilizers?

In steels, alloying elements such as silicon, chromium, molybdenum, aluminum, titanium, niobium, etc., stabilize the (body-centered cubic) ferrite phase. These elements are re (MORE)
In Mechanical Engineering

What is retained austenite?

During martensitic transformation, even at absolute temperature, all austenite does not transform into martensite. Some austenite always remains, known as retained austenite.
In Physics

Why is austenite magnetic?

Austenite is not magnetic. It's an allotrope of iron, and has some alloying agents, but it only exists at high temperatures that are well above the Curie point of whatever (MORE)
In Mechanical Engineering

What is the difference between ferritic and austenitic alloy steel?

Ferritic stainless steels must have more than 10-12% chromium to be considered stainless. This provides the ferrite phase, or structure, that is strong and hard. However, thi (MORE)
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What is austenitization?

Austenitization is the heating of iron to a temperature at which it changes crystal structure from ferrite to austenite.