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Analyse and research of nonmetallic inclusions for steel 100Cr6

A. Gigović-Gekić ; University of Zenica, Faculty of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Zenica, BiH
M. Oruč ; Metallurgical Institute “Kemal Kapetanović”, Zenica, BiH
I. Vitez ; University of Osijek, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slavonski Brod, Croatia
B. Vujičić ; University of Osijek, Polytehnic, Slavonski Brod, Croatia

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Steel 100Cr6 belongs to a group of hardened steels, which are applicable for production of rolling element parts. Because of specific working conditions, a proper chemical composition is required with a minimum content of nonmetallic inclusion. In this paper, the research results of presence the nonmetallic inclusions and their chemical composition are presented for the steel produced in vacuum and open induction electric furnace and their influence on the prescribed properties for this steel. The optical and scanning electronic microscope are used to identify presence and the chemical compositions of nonmetallic inclusions.


steel 100Cr6; nonmetallic inclusions; optical and scanning electronic microscope; vacuum and induction electric furnace

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