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It would appear that the critical structural change which leads to long term reduction in creep resistance can be linked to the formation of the generic carbide M6C. 5%. All of these steels contain about 1 atomic of carbon. 50/0. When the generic carbide M6C forms with its metal/carbon ratio of 6, all the strong carbide forming elements present in the steel can eventually be incorporated into this carbide and, apart from losing the carbides V4C3,M02C and possibly M23C6 which confer creep resistance, the Cr and other carbide formers which may still be dissolved in the ferrite are mopped up - a change which will also lower the creep resistance.

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23. H. Senba, M. Igarashi and Y. Sawaragi: Proc. Int. Conf. Power Engineering'97, 1997, Vol. 2, 125.

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