Methods of transmission electron microscopy of thin foils are used to study the evolution of dislocation substructures in Fe-0.1C-1.7Mn-0.92Ti-18.2Cr-10.4Ni-0.71Si corrosion-proof austenitic steel subject to high-cycle fatigue loading to destruction. Quantitative dependences of the dislocation substructure parameters on the number of loading cycles and distances to the sample surface are established.
- Dislocation substructures
- Fe-0.1C-1.7Mn-0.92Ti-18.2Cr-10.4Ni-0.71Si steel
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)