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This study aims at presenting a way to obtain nanostructured materials. Austenitic
stainless steel (316L) nanopowders and ferritic/martensitic alloy steels (Fe14Cr) are
sintered with the Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) technique. This technique leads to a fully
dense/nano-sized microstructure material after a short treatment. The optimal sintering
temperature was found to be 850°C for both materials. The relationship between the Vickers Hardness
and scale of the microstructure is in good agreement with the Hall-Petch Law.
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