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38c). According to Fig. 39 after overloading, the surface of the plastic zone for unnitrided sample was greater than nitrided one. During overloading, the hard nitride layer resisted surface movement and consequently swelled and peeled off.
3 Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels According to Esfandiari et al.  (see Sect. 3) for A286 (AISI 600) stainless steel, at low temperatures ( 420 °C) the surface hardness increased by time. However, the surface hardness of the high-temperature (460 and 500 °C) treated samples initially increased by time but after a maximum point, decreased. Plasma nitriding at low temperatures led to the formation of s-phase. The hardness of this phase is very high which is due to the solid solution hardening mechanism.
31). As seen in this ﬁgure, the hardness proﬁles experienced a sharp decrease after the maximum hardness plateau. The shape of nitrogen proﬁle was coincident with hardness proﬁles across the nitrided case. Sobiecki et al.  (see Sect. 2) concluded that for H9S2 steel, plasma nitriding above 600 °C was the least favorable. 57 GPa obtained at these temperatures. Wu et al.  (see Sect. 2) evaluated the effects of two new plasma nitriding methods on mechanical properties of AISI 420. The methods were cyclic plasma oxynitriding and cyclic plasma nitriding catalyzed by rare earth La.