Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/43207
標題: Effect of carbon content on solidification behaviors and morphological characteristics of the constituent phases in Cr-Fe-C alloys
作者: Lin, Chi-Ming
Lai, Hsuan-Han
Kuo, Jui-Chao
Wu, Weite
關鍵字: Cr-Fe-C alloys;Transmission electron microscopy;Crystal growth;Solidification behavior;Electron backscatter diffraction
出版社: Elsevier Inc.
Project: Materials Characterization, Volume 62, Issue 12, Page(s) 1124-1133.
摘要: 
A combination of transmission electron microscopy, electron backscatter diffraction and wavelength dispersive spectrum has been used to identify crystal structure, grain boundary characteristic and chemical composition of the constituent phases in Cr-Fe-C alloys with three different carbon concentrations. Depending on the three different carbon concentrations, the solidification structures are found to consist of primary α-phase and [α + (Cr,Fe)23 C6] eutectic in Cr-18.4Fe-2.3 C alloy; primary (Cr,Fe)23 C6 and [α + (Cr,Fe)23 C6] eutectic in Cr-24.5Fe-3.8 C alloy and primary (Cr,Fe)7 C3 and [α + (Cr,Fe)7 C3] eutectic in Cr-21.1Fe-5.9 C alloy, respectively. The grain boundary analysis is useful to understand growth mechanism of the primary phase. The morphologies of primary (Cr,Fe)23 C6 and (Cr,Fe)7 C3 carbides are faceted structures with polygonal shapes, different from primary α-phase with dendritic shape. The primary (Cr,Fe)23 C6 and (Cr,Fe)7 C3 carbides with strong texture exist a single crystal structure and contain a slight low angle boundary, resulting in the polygonal growth mechanism. Nevertheless, the primary α-phase with relative random orientation exhibits a polycrystalline structure and comprises a massive high-angle boundary, caused by the dendritic growth mechanism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/43207
ISSN: 1044-5803
DOI: 10.1016/j.matchar.2011.09.007
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