an assessment of ultra fine grained 316l stainless steel
"An assessment of ultra fine grained 316L stainless steel for implant applications" SV Muley, AN Vidvans, GP Chaudhari, S Udainiya Acta biomaterialia 30, 408-419,2016 "Smartphone based scalable reverse engineering by digital image correlation" A Vidvans, S Assessment of Tensile and Fatigue Damage in 316L Stainless Acoustic emission (AE) technique was applied to evaluate both tensile deformation of 316L stainless steel and bending-fatigue damage of socket-welded pipe. AE activity was monitored during tensile deformation of plate-type specimens subjected to various heat treatments. Variation in RMS voltage of AE signal was correlated with the amount of strain-induced martensite phase.
The provided 316L stainless steel has a low carbon content to improve corrosion resistance in body fluids [7-9]. Besides, the existence of 2 to 4wt.% Mo build-ups the resistance to pitting corrosion. Nevertheless, austenitic stainless steel has poor wear resistance and low mechanical strength based on the amount of the chemical composition and Effect of grain size on the corrosion behavior of fully Apr 01, 2021 · We find in our work that UFG 316L austenitic stainless steel fabricated by high-energy ball milling and HIP sintering contains a very small content of low angle grain boundaries, which means these grains are fully recrystallized. Based on this approach, 316L steel with different grain sizes are prepared according to different milling time. Fatigue Crack Growth of Ultrafine Grained Pure Ti after Fatigue crack growth behavior of the ultrafine-grained pure Ti produced by ECAP was investigated. The ECAPed sample with a total strain of 4.6 showed nearly equiaxed grains with an average size of about 0.3 m. After ECAP, the ultimate tensile strength was increased by 60%, while the tensile elongation was decreased by 31%. The ECAPed Ti showed much higher resistance in fatigue crack growth
Oct 13, 2017 · An assessment of ultra fine grained 316L stainless steel for implant applications. Muley SV, Vidvans AN, Chaudhari GP, Udainiya S. Acta Biomater, 30:408-419, 27 Oct 2015 Cited by:3 articles PMID:26518104 G. P. Chaudhari - Department of Metallurgical and S.V. Muley, A.N. Vidvans, G.P. Chaudhari, Sumit Udainiya, An assessment of ultra fine grained 316L stainless steel for implant applications, Acta Biomaterialia 30 (2016) 408419. Brij kishor, G.P. Chaudhari, S.K. Nath, Slurry erosion of thermo-mechanically processed 13Cr4Ni stainless steel, Tribology International 93 (2016) 5057. Performance Optimization of Cold Rolled Type 316L Feb 09, 2016 · EBSD assessment and optical microscopy were carried out to investigate the as-received microstructure condition of the type 316L stainless steel sheet. The development of the microstructure, in the form of martensite formation, was studied as a function cold roll reduction and sand blasting using x-ray diffraction (XRD) phase analysis with a Co
Pulse Electroplating of Ultra-Fine Grained Zinc Coating on 316L Stainless Steel and its Corrosion Behaviour . 10 1 0 Stainless Steel - High Temperature ResistanceJan 08, 2002 · Stainless steels are most commonly used for their corrosion resistance. The second most common reason stainless steels are used is for their high temperature properties; stainless steels can be found in applications where high temperature oxidation resistance is necessary, and in other applications where high temperature strength is required.Sachin Muley Voyles Group UWMadisonS.V. Muley, A.N. Vidvans, G.P. Chaudhari, S. Udainiya,An assessment of ultra fine grained 316L stainless steel for implant applications, Acta Biomaterialia, accepted for publication on 26 October 2015. S.V. Muley, Simulations of grain growth and coarsening with an orientation-field model, Best paper award for oral presentation in Advances in Computational Materials Science category at