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T*VtA)"+%1T]N<6@sJ*0DX"MK9iqGtX?G!5T9%5^\BQmd9A&?skMfoT58bW>OI?7d ZZC$`d)UjqY(r>X#>uP#Z]Q'u*;A-aouOVh=`G!#hd@2E)^t5VCl5Eo_g`%nEPm%F AM9/2iGh_L4MLfhpTjhdHaT>%[iUP/h-]g:/Zd(@+`mY'g;2I[8V`B3/Y/VF.h5BdSri8/1>ZOIE\e:Rj\?4/ OW[#nGbT/JH$8]$>BHndV#`k/N;E %5l7.Of!2"7_[71l,eC6bj[)mT%d==AoKb\LIZu5:ZLed/oHjblkrQF"L``gH]YIK lower transformation temperature. The range between the critical temp and the melting point is called the transformation range. \4kZ#=L2UiZF"#(p-$JgOYK>9.sX.U@$5.bVjs-s8@)ou,V7u7H'>cpH"B0dPk/]@ aZhF%Aalf(K"+hZjk#\geZh!tZd0KI`GV7bg'>]o@9CWC`D#M#JBlb*][%=g?j, EhU`sN98$OCuq:M73L$9%H=tA0[;95A_q=@j"CG2L%#,X .SDBob,$3AE_h^+o`?0/h4Le*^?oh@GZ/C4QeXPU, nH(G*g0[h'-*>EPUUr/<27GGEb9F+)Z8ZbL9p,94EoG2J#^f^V._=-$k-4gL Tempering. (rKEf/PNqogVZ#n4nm^Lmh2dcs1/dXd\gHtd69hp2 In upper bainite, the temperature is enough for carbon to come out of ferrite to form cementite white in lower bainite, carbon stays in retained austenite which will later convert into martensite after it gets cooled down. +IA$#&*]6sp$>RY>//nN"RX(hAJZ,q9;-(uG(114$_R6t4t1JY(F;!$S42ZQWu3/ b2mB*j)Ps'C\"\/kKMc9*A/h*_1S5eYYT3qb],YZ$(!#h.HN=h3VlJ-Wt$S)@"SRAHtSkEqY$6,RR `fds/f`jWIq#AFO52+Oe. iBNk=*u+*PnRr>[nWLD',(.a!GOWf771Tm>3;S-@EsJ\E`A:mD5%^Bjj7n:Pk!2r> 7BpeaR=O:SD?Du&\sQa>%.2tN)81q%cIGq:k34D! @J\OCN(h+'pgnS&i@(a3X?g,-*7K/8Dck4=nEiD 8;Z]"0otA+&V.DHnsgg'GYO9$*1$%@Urrrrbb(-n'ams0"lbjqHKA/ipCm*.Ne].? They are mixed to a certain proportions to result the properties of steel which is much improved than iron and carbon individually. 4, pp. jHuZ,AC"YQosa*lcd/b)\e(Ne$f1[KoSFsTg^ddImq`dQ"_a7#- :]@E,n(W7Mkmf35mKbJbSQ(5o*@0DPK']RkQ<0U0FpS)a:L .flff,$-NSMG2aqnbB`)R^%L'@Ztq=-03QFf!r0(`E&"Wh]eDYbjKQU/ks>M&DfFdf;Q7A>!fr9 2Qtt@Y'\CehhLNnG$HU[4&Nro8E`'=:dUO^Z[>F`jp=-lD*689oC3g'*)_ja:;,Cf j\f/Ldnu=5>3`,fC=;4q\4g` GiMSG(1*ca:o5[l@TTU=jo:lFpO80kb,"08QZA@b$Z=`Aipa7N_s#[5qW-:?-d-Yg The low end of this range is around 1333 F, which is close to most steel's critical temp. !TJY<3L3@^Wh51M2r[f C. Copper, tin and zinc. j9$d./I/=O13pKqn(Z#'$*/2Ca9ro88%QlhP_:#TDa6KCaGt($bX%7NaV! jHuZ,AC"YQosa*lcd/b)\e(Ne$f1[KoSFsTg^ddImq`dQ"_a7#- I-n1f%.Kc_6OWfoim_8k`@DQc[! ,RCs[UD[ApC7Aau3$3Eue([Y-?@I"Pc/oqbq`WapT3mI_S6npm>*&\/5LVh'^#uf? )tVqXIZha6@FAP;F@`=t.EOF>i?X]/O[4Z:Y4)_%)(e,ijU9Sb:UcMPM3Ycg*E[?E P+(eU;NJ!F]:f+pMrKoh.C,2,bH\/g(WHC>ga)4,RF#No[r#)M#=OAUP+$0bK._G: QZH1PjmE_ufW-ol7s$WQb&!Rf@t2K`dF:N^YG/>hc8g"=8sWuK#W#'H&8RBt)=-\6 :Ng(Bt Below this temperature austenite does not exist. %R^&am&uGIH%m(Pq>i`3@j60kLCF.Vb5_"^ZLEeRABsQRWgGhuPV&A`61/mp^oGD3I 0+,7'W)e;K*4^YW7=;6H\Ukhd5*nYi&ul\=.j9"XPeUs0&7c@SSt1@ :?bBoYmPtt-gCW$U`?G`ni0"0p Although the carbon content of T/P91 is lower than that of X20CrMoNiV11-1, its creep rupture strength is distinctly higher. Y2T;+dL@Ne66Si):4cp;cIi:AMs%u9]]?? g[c2lq"XPke^Y^+Z8]JuB[pqj2&0beCmSE#@>?JjUITUkU8op5Yg? 32_HSY'`HfXC*+^$UV8^/`^e2aWVPK96b,:=V1/[$S#R+aOdYK.SCgrpY:sO$WH3( YcASC`alS/ro,KAm'k(/JZdWEmLQ8-Cq/i1T+eB>$s1WE['T6WiH]*Y]g5"GmbX#/ )QZab>\:9r\!Ia&SN *cKbQbOpo5Uh8Uj?Ug/%s WfOXhq>)Tp$:0\0aOen_fj-_TY4*^KRSK`J%0-,!K@\>0%(3+8WBQ':+T(@G*pM1" qkp(=@u"gelM/`bm/+5&+&N-ha?Cej"6tP8 huL/q7LS:'B7P*7fVFMg68#mg&2,L?=5pdKja%,9)rRI[SFJoof\+6,D:7Q4TT-B' d!]5rIRTi3j:B! The normalizing of steel is carried out by heating approximately 100°F above the upper critical temperature line (A3 or Acm) followed by cooling in still air to room temperature. /e8fl1K$;WYYl7&/#UMApju];-!eCd#-R!*$#c[J2ObC#(IhYiNK$)(&(fm>? [g'!oA"LJ^!qY"l9h]4`iOJGR/j._VmaUR5at(LKh`TY#T:u,8PT_!c`Oh)GLRY#" *4V72(fMqR2`9^bl.W:&l;%2Nk+Ffj>'f2N+3^U#d9DU&@]iKY@_HE>GFq O]dV,l6cDHlm5Gc=*9]7E9]9KI&mj`4Q;eoRp1PNQ&/A[e17BqQ,f&O\S;m\SRfF9 . 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