|About this Abstract
||2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials 2021
||Physical, Chemical and Mechanical Characterization of AISI 316 Austenitic Stainless Steel
||Leonardo Ferreira Pinheiro, Niander Aguiar Cerqueira, Victor Barbosa de Souza, Daniel Passos Gallo, Afonso Azevedo
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Therefore, the complete analysis and characterization of the material is essential for assertiveness and selection in engineering projects. Within the existing steels and stainless steel families, the austenitic class can be highlighted. This study determined the mechanical, physical and chemical properties of austenitic 316 stainless steel, in order to detail in a quantitative and qualitative way the formation characteristics of this steel. A tensile strength stress of 694 MPa, elongation of 64.64%, Rockwell hardness of 50 HRC, physical microstructures similar to relevant technical collections and chemical composition according to normative standards, in particular the amount of molybdenum in the composition, an element that guarantees greater resistance to corrosion. From this work, it was possible to know unconventional test methods for characterizing materials and learn about a material used in several applications, such as process piping in the oil and gas industry.
||Characterization, Other, Other