A study of a non-magnetic 304 austenitic stainless steel alloy through mechanical deformation has been done. These specimens are pipe usually used to deliver gas which contains corrosive oil fields. The metallographic observation of a 20% deformation shows the increase in the value of the magnetization, as compensation for the formation of martensite phase as a result of a mechanical treatment. Martensitic phase formed due to a shift in the structure of the z-axis due to the effects of pressure and shear from the cold rolled. The existence of martensite phase and magnetic properties conducted through x-ray diffraction and permagraf investigation. An identified x-ray diffraction pattern shows the presence of a new peak between 10°-30° angle indicate the mechanical deformation in crystallite structure. Furthermore, at in 20% distortion, the value of magnetization is increased above 0.2 T in small coercivity value and caused decreased the ability of corrosion resistant.
|Journal of Physics: Conference Series
|Published - 21 Dec 2016
|8th International Conference on Physics and its Applications, ICOPIA 2016 - Denpasar, Indonesia
Duration: 23 Aug 2016 → 24 Aug 2016