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Search Publications by: James Zuback (Fed)

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Effect of austenite fraction and stability on strength-hardening-ductility in additively manufactured 17-4 PH stainless steel containing nitrogen

June 30, 2023
Saadi Habib, Steven P. Mates, Fan Zhang, Mark R. Stoudt, James Zuback, Olaf Borkiewicz
Additively-manufactured (AM) 17-4 precipitation-hardening (PH) martensitic stainless steel (SS) built from nitrogen-atomized powder often retains a large volume fraction of austenite. The retained austenite lowers the yield strength compared to both

Developing an Appropriate Heat Treatment Protocol for Additively Manufactured Alloy 718 for Oil and Gas Applications

March 23, 2023
Mark R. Stoudt, James Zuback, Carelyn E. Campbell, Maureen E. Williams, Kil-Won Moon, Carlos R. Beauchamp, Mark Yunovich
The combination of strength, corrosion resistance, and excellent weldability makes Alloy 718 an attractive alloy for additive manufacturing (AM) applications, but the AM build process generates considerable residual stresses, and large compositional and

Stable Nitride Precipitation in Additively Manufactured Nickel Superalloys

April 6, 2022
James Zuback, Fan Zhang, Andrew Iams, Lucille Giannuzzi, Todd Palmer
With negligible quantities of nitrogen, wrought and welded solid solution strengthened nickel superalloys usually contain carbides and topologically close-packed phases, such as Laves phase. However, appreciable nitrogen levels on the order of 0.1 mass %