A nonmagnetic solid solution of iron and another alloying element, usually assumed to be carbon unless otherwise specified, used in making corrosion-resistant steel.
A nonmagnetic solid solution of carbon or iron carbide in some iron, obtained in high carbon steels by rapid quenching and deformation at high temperatures.
(metallurgy) Alternative spelling of austenite.
A fan or admirer of Jane Austen; someone who studies the works of Jane Austen.
Origin of austenite
After Sir William Chandler Roberts- Austen (1843–1902), British metallurgist