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As the distance from the interface increases, ferrite begins to replace the carbides at austenite grain boundaries (Zone 2) until the correct austenite/ferrite proportion of the duplex stainless steel is reached (Zone 3). AISI 4130/INCONEL 625. Figure 7(a) shows a detail of the interface and the region close to it on the Inconel side of the previously mentioned couple obtained by hot extrusion (10,33). The diffusion of carbon from the steel to the superalloy leads to the precipitation of carbides in the latter.
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