Original paper

Carbon concentration measurements by atom probe tomography in the ferritic phase of high-silicon steels

Volume: 125, Pages: 359 - 368
Published: Feb 1, 2017
Abstract
Recent studies using atom probe tomography (APT) show that bainitic ferrite formed at low temperature contains more carbon than what is consistent with the paraequilibrium phase diagram. However, nanocrystalline bainitic ferrite exhibits a non-homogeneous distribution of carbon atoms in arrangements with specific compositions, i.e. Cottrell atmospheres, carbon clusters, and carbides, in most cases with a size of a few nanometers. The ferrite...
Paper Details
Title
Carbon concentration measurements by atom probe tomography in the ferritic phase of high-silicon steels
Published Date
Feb 1, 2017
Volume
125
Pages
359 - 368
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