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1a shows the CCT diagram for a plain carbon carburising steel (080M15, En 32), which indicates that even with a very fast cool it would be difficult to prevent large quantities of ferrite from being formed in any section. In other words, the core hardenability of this steel is very low. g. 835M15, En 39B, which contains about 4%Ni,l%Cr,i%Mo and for which a CCT diagram is shown in Fig. 1b, would oil-quench to low-carbon, alloy martensite of about 450 Hv (see Fig. 6) in sections of about 100 mm (4 in).
It is, therefore, questionable whether the equilibrium diagram has any real value with respect to the cooling of steels during commercial heat treatments, other than for full annealing. In terms of heating, the diagram is of value, since it indicates the temperature above which a part must be heated to ensure austenisation. 8%C steel would be heated to 740° + 50°C. THE EFFECT OF FAST COOLING Full annealing and normalising heat treatments, both of which are controlled to produce pearlitic microstructures, are often carried out to condition the steel prior to metal working and shaping processes rather than to develop the strength properties for service.
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