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  • Utilization of Magneto-optical Kerr Effect Microscopy for Microstructural Characterization of Steels [Elektronski vir]
    Klug Jovičević, Matic ; Jovičević Klug, Patricia ; Podgornik, Bojan, 1970-
    In recent years, development of magneto-optical characterization techniques, specifically magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE), arose for investigating microstructural and correlatively mechanical ... properties of steels. The method allows investigation of magnetic properties that emerge from the investigated material%s surface and allows correlation to the bulk magnetic properties of the material. However, the method has been limited mainly to characterization of electrical steels. We present, that high-resolution MOKE microscopy can be applied on other steels for microstructural characterization such as morphology of martensite, identification of austenite and carbide grains without using etchants. As a result, MOKE microscopy is versatile and allows investigation of steels on different aspects of their properties on a microstructural level. We provide an example of such investigation on conventionally and cryogenically treated high-speed steels with dominating martensitic microstructure. The presented data provides insight to correlating magnetic information to the microstructure and consequentially to the mechanical properties of selected steels.
    Vrsta gradiva - prispevek na konferenci
    Leto - 2021
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 53478915