Strengthening of a 12CrMoV turbine blade steel by retempering

Singh, R. N. ; Kishore, R. ; Dey, G. K. ; Batra, I. S. ; Dasgupta, P. (1994) Strengthening of a 12CrMoV turbine blade steel by retempering Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 3 (3). pp. 350-355. ISSN 1059-9495

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Commercially available martensitic 12CrMo, 12CrMoV, and HCrMoVNb steels in the tempered condi-tion are often used to fabricate turbine blades. Tempering, done at the processing stage itself, is usually carried out at a temperature approximately 100 to 150 °C above the service temperature. At the service temperature, the steel undèrgoes a second tempering. The effect of this second tempering at a lower tem-perature on the strength of 12CrMoV steel is delineated and discussed in this paper.

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Keywords:12CrMoV Steel; Strengthening; Tempering Resistance; Tensile Properties; Turbine Blade
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