Microstructure of a UNI EN 18 CrNiMo 7–6 after carburizing. White areas with abnormal content of retained austenite are clearly visible in elongated areas as they developed during quenching because of presence of pre-existing high-carbon content bands
As consequence of such general premises, many alloyed steels can
develop non-conformities related to high retained austenite content
in most superficial carburized layers (Fig. 7). .
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