Cu-Ni添加オーステンパ鋳鉄の靱性に及ぼす熱処理の影響 [in Japanese] Effects of Heat Treatment on Toughness of Austempered Ductile Cast Iron with Cu and Ni [in Japanese]
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The alloying of ductile cast iron with Cu and Ni is effective for the structural control in austemper heat treatment. Use of this type of cast iron is provided to produce cast iron materials with extremely high toughness and strength. In this study, the effects of austempering conditions and the addition of Cu and Ni on toughness of ductile cast iron are investigated. In austemper heat treatment, impact absorbed energy is increased by raising the austempering temperature. However, at high austempering temperatures exceeding 3.6 ks at 673K. the formation of fine pearlite proceeded, resulting in a marked decrease in the impact absorbed energy. Addition of Cu-Ni in the cast iron resulted in greater impact absorbed energy and tensile strength at any temperature during the austempering treatment. It depends on the suppression of precipitation beginning of fine pearlite and the stabilization of retained austenite. Furthermore, this cast iron alloy reduced the change in impact absorbed energy and tensile strength, induced during the austempering time.
- THE JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIETY
THE JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIETY 70(8), 556-562, 1998-08
Japan Foundry Engineering Society