Relationships between microstructure and mechanical properties in ductile cast irons: a review
Keywords:Ductile cast iron, ADI, Mechanical properties, Microestructure, Heat treatments, Review
The progress achieved in the understanding of the relationships between the microstructure and the mechanical properties of ductile cast iron is reviewed. It is also described the applications of heat treatment of austempered to ductile irons (ADI), which have allowed to improve substantially the mechanical properties of these materials. It is proposed a research program to obtain the crack growth resistance under corrosive atmospheres and to model the mechanical properties.
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Castillo, R., Bermont, V., & Martínez, V. (1999). Relationships between microstructure and mechanical properties in ductile cast irons: a review. Revista De Metalurgia, 35(5), 329–334. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.1999.v35.i5.641
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