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Study on Relationship Between Cr/C and Properties of FE-C-CR High Chromium White Irons

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The relationship between Cr/C and properties of Fe-C-Cr high chromium white irons was studied by calculating the valence electron structure of austenite of Fe-C-Cr high chromium white irons with the empirical electron theory of solids and molecules (EET) and the equilibrium phase diagram of Fe-C-Cr system. Results show that the C-Cr bond is the strongest bond of all bonds in alloying austenite in Fe-C-Cr high chromium white irons of industrial application and, thereby, causes partial aggregation of C-Cr atomic groups. The weight of partial aggregation of C-Cr atomic groups would be increased greatly and more austenite would be reserved to room temperature when Cr/C≥6. The Fe-C-Cr high chromium white irons achieve best mechanical property when Cr/C=5.5∼6.5.


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