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ZHANG Suo-quan,JIAO Si-hai,DING Jian-hua,WANG Quan-sheng.Effect of carbon, silicon, and manganese content on mean flow stress at elevated temperature[J].Journal of Chongqing University (English Edition),2018,17(2):55~60
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Effect of carbon, silicon, and manganese content on mean flow stress at elevated temperature
ZHANG Suo-quan1,2, JIAO Si-hai3, DING Jian-hua3, WANG Quan-sheng3
1.State Key Laboratory of Rolling and Automation, Northeastern University,Shenyang 110004, P. R. China;2.Research Institute, Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Shanghai 201900, P. R. China;3.Research Institute, Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Shanghai 201900, P. R. China
摘要:
Ten studied steels including different carbon content, silicon content, and manganese content were deformed in compression over a temperature range of 600 C to 1 000 C at the strain rate of 1 s1. The curves of the mean flow stress-deformation temperature were drawn up. The mean flow stresses of higher carbon content steels decreased continuously as the applied deformation temperature increased in the whole temperature range, while the mean flow stress of lowest carbon steel displayed an abrupt drop near the two phases region. The reason for the abrupt drop phenomena was explained as the result of phase transformation. The mean flow stresses of steels with high silicon content and low manganese content also have this phenomena.
关键词:  carbon content  silicon content  manganese content  high temperature deformation  mean flow stress
DOI:10.11835/j.issn.1671-8224.2018.02.003
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基金项目:Funded by Shanghai Pujiang Program (No. 16PJ1430200).
Effect of carbon, silicon, and manganese content on mean flow stress at elevated temperature
ZHANG Suo-quan1,2, JIAO Si-hai3, DING Jian-hua3, WANG Quan-sheng3
1.State Key Laboratory of Rolling and Automation, Northeastern University,Shenyang 110004, P. R. China;2.Research Institute, Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Shanghai 201900, P. R. China;3.Research Institute, Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Shanghai 201900, P. R. China
Abstract:
Ten studied steels including different carbon content, silicon content, and manganese content were deformed in compression over a temperature range of 600 C to 1 000 C at the strain rate of 1 s1. The curves of the mean flow stress-deformation temperature were drawn up. The mean flow stresses of higher carbon content steels decreased continuously as the applied deformation temperature increased in the whole temperature range, while the mean flow stress of lowest carbon steel displayed an abrupt drop near the two phases region. The reason for the abrupt drop phenomena was explained as the result of phase transformation. The mean flow stresses of steels with high silicon content and low manganese content also have this phenomena.
Key words:  carbon content  silicon content  manganese content  high temperature deformation  mean flow stress
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