2017 年 83 巻 851 号 p. 17-00151
To improve the high-temperature oxidation resistance of grade S45C carbon steel, we formed a Cr / Ni diffusion layer on the surface of carbon steel by atmospheric-controlled induction heating fine particle peening (AIH-FPP) treatment. Cr and Ni particles were mechanically milled in planetary ball mills and used as shot particles in the AIH-FPP treatment to create a Cr / Ni diffusion layer. High temperature oxidation tests were carried out at 900°C for 100 hours to evaluate the high-temperature oxidation resistance of the AIH-FPP treated specimen. The mechanically milled particles and specimen were analyzed using a scanning electron microscope, an energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer, and an X-ray diffractometer. Results show that the AIH-FPP treated specimen prepared using mechanically milled particles formed a Cr / Ni diffusion layer on the carbon steel. The carbon steel sample with the Cr / Ni diffusion layer exhibited improved high-temperature oxidation resistance compared to the untreated sample. This is due to the formation of Cr and Ni oxidized layers on the treated surface, which inhibited oxidation of the inner substrate. The results indicate that a Cr / Ni diffusion layer formed by AIH-FPP treatment using mechanically milled particles can improve the high-temperature oxidation resistance of grade S45C carbon steel.