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DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED PATTERNS OF CRYOGENIC STEELS FOR GAS VESSELS AND STATIONARY STORAGE TANKS OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS DESIGNED FOR ARCTIC CONDITIONSJOURNAL: 2016, ¹4(24), p. 80-89
HEADING: Shipbuilding for the Arctic
AUTHORS: Matrosov M.Y., Zikeev V.N., Martynov P.G., Shulga E.V., Nikitin V.S., Polovinkin V.N., Simonov Y.A., Semin A.A.
ORGANIZATIONS: Krylov State Research Centre, I. P. Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy, Federal State Research and Design Institute of Rare Metal Industry («Giredmet»)
Keywords: austenite, double normalizing, acicular ferrite, controlled rolling, nickel, durability, liquefied gas, steel, cold resistance
Bibliographic description: Matrosov M.Y., Zikeev V.N., Martynov P.G., Shulga E.V., Nikitin V.S., Polovinkin V.N., Simonov Y.A., Semin A.A. Development of advanced patterns of cryogenic steels for gas vessels and stationary storage tanks of liquefied natural gas designed for Arctic conditions. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2016, no. 4(24), pp. 80-89. DOI: . (In Russian).
Chemical composition and experimental-industrial technology for production of structural steel alloyed economically with nickel of increased cold resistance for promising ice-class gas vessels and storage tanks for liquefied natural gas with operating temperature of -164°C are developed. The prospects of such materials in shipbuilding are shown. The microstructure of cryogenic steel is studied, for example, it is shown that impact toughness at cryogenic temperatures increases with proportion of austenite in the microstructure.
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