SEM and EBSD Investigations of High-Chromium Cast Irons

Cambridge University Press
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Microscopy & Microanalysis, 2008, 14 (S2), pp. 550 - 551
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High-chromium white cast irons are alloys that are based on the iron-chromium-carbon system and are classified in ISO 21988-2006 as abrasion-resistant cast irons that contain greater than 11% chromium. High-chromium white irons are primarily used as castings and hard-facing weld deposits in equipment requiring resistance to abrasive and erosive wear under moderate impactloading conditions. These materials are used in the mining and chemical processing plants in applications such as grinding mills, slurry pumps, chute liners and pipes.
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