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[2103.10782] Microstructure evolution and tensile tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Mar 19, 2021 · A novel medium manganese steel named Novalloy with composition Fe-8.3Mn-3.8Al-1.8Si-0.5C-0.06V-0.05Sn was developed and thermomechanically processed through hot rolling and intercritical annealing. The steel possessed a yield strength of 1 GPa, tensile strength of 1.13 GPa and ductility of 41\\%. In order to study the effect of cold rolling after intercritical annealing on subsequent tensile tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feAuthor: Thomas Wj Kwok, Peng Gong, Xin Xu, John Nutter, W Mark Rainforth, David DyePublish Year: 2021Tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a carbon tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feJan 25, 2008 · Tensile behavior in a simulated re-entry environment was studied and compared with that in vacuum. The microstructural evolution on tensile fracture surfaces were investigated by scanning electron microscopy, and an oxidation damage pattern of fibers on tensile fracture surface was presented and discussed.Cited by: 9Publish Year: 2008Author: Yani Zhang, Litong Zhang, Laifei Cheng, Yongdong XuTensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a carbon tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feTensile behavior in a simulated re-entry environment was studied and compared with that in vacuum. The microstructural evolution on tensile fracture surfaces were investigated by scanning electron microscopy, and an oxidation damage pattern of fibers on tensile fracture surface was

Tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a Fe tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Nov 01, 2020 · Tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a Fe-25Ni-20Cr austenitic stainless steel (alloy 709) from room to elevated temperatures through in-situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction characterization and transmission electron microscopyAuthor: Yuchen Zhao, Mahmut N. Cinbiz, Jun-Sang Park, Jonathan Almer, Djamel KaoumiPublish Year: 2020Tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a Fe tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feTensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a Fe-25Ni-20Cr austenitic stainless steel (alloy 709) from room to elevated temperatures through in-situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction characterization and transmission electron microscopyAuthor: Yuchen Zhao, Mahmut N. Cinbiz, Jun-Sang Park, Jonathan Almer, Djamel KaoumiPublish Year: 2020Microstructure, creep, and tensile behavior of a Ti12Al tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThe microstructural evolution, creep, and tensile deformation behavior of a Ti12Al38Nb (at.%) alloy were studied. Monolithic sheet materials were produced through conventional thermomechanical processing techniques comprising nonisother-mal forging and pack rolling.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.

Microstructural evolution and strain hardening of Fe-24Mn tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

In the present work, the microstructural evolution and work hardening of Fe-30Mn and Fe-24Mn alloys during uniaxial tensile testing at 293 K and 77 K were investigated. The Fe-30Mn alloy did not undergo significant strain-induced phase transformations or twinning during deformation at 293 K, whereas these transformations were observed during deformation at 77 K.Microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThe microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of an AC8A/12 vol Pct A1 2 O 3 (sf) composite fabricated by squeeze casting were characterized. Thermal treatments included the normal T6 temper and thermal exposure at 150 °C, 250 °C, 300 °C, and 350 °C for 400 hours. The predominant strengthening phase in the matrix appeared to be ' (Mg<SUB>2</SUB>Si) needles.Microstructural evolution and deformation mechanism of a tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feJun 20, 2017 · The mechanical properties and microstructure evolution in Fe-15Mn alloy consisting of austenite and -martensite were investigated by stepwise tensile deformation in combination with EBSD and TEM analyses. The experimental results reveal that the deformation induced transformation sequence is .Cited by: 17Publish Year: 2017Author: Jun Chen, Wei-na Zhang, Zhen-yu Liu, Guo-dong Wang

Microstructural evolution and deformation behavior of a Fe tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

This work investigates the microstructural evolution of the alloy during aging and the impact of the evolution on deformation behavior of the alloy. tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe induced by tensile deformation in this low tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMicrostructural dependence of Fe-high Mn tensile behavior tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMar 01, 1986 · The tensile properties of Fe-high Mn (16 to 36 wt pct Mn) binary alloys were examined in detail at temperatures from 77 to 553 K. The Mn content dependence of the deformation and fracture behavior in this alloy system has been clarified by placing special emphasis on the starting microstructure and its change during deformation. In general, the intrusion of hcp epsilon martensite Cited by: 221Publish Year: 1986Author: Y. Tomota, M. Strum, J. W. MorrisMicrostructural dependence of Fe-high Mn tensile behavior tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMar 01, 1986 · Abstract. The tensile properties of Fe-high Mn (16 to 36 wt pct Mn) binary alloys were examined in detail at temperatures from 77 to 553 K. The Mn content dependence of the deformation and fracture behavior in this alloy system has been clarified by placing special emphasis on the starting microstructure and its change during deformation.Cited by: 221Publish Year: 1986Author: Y. Tomota, M. Strum, J. W. Morris

Microstructural damage evolution and arrest in binary Fe tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Aug 24, 2018 · We investigated the damage evolution behaviors of binary Fe2840Mn alloys (mass%) from 93 to 393 K by tensile testing. The underlying mechanisms of the microstructure-dependent damage evolution behavior were uncovered by damage quantification coupled with in situ strain mapping and post-mortem microstructure characterization. The damage growth behaviors could be Cited by: 1Publish Year: 2018Author: Motomichi Koyama, Takahiro Kaneko, Takahiro Sawaguchi, Kaneaki TsuzakiMicrostructural damage The Author(s) 2018 evolution Microstructural damage evolution and its effect on fracture behavior of concrete tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe The tensile strength and fracture tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe and 5cm long as set in Figure 2 is large enough to capture the fracture behavior. The details of the model and FE mesh near notch are shown in Figure 2 as well, where the heterogeneous materials are tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMicrostructural Evolution of Martensite Phase in Fe-Ni tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feIn this study, temperature dependence of the microstructural evolution of the butterfly-type in Fe-30mass%Ni alloy by tensile deformation is investigated. When the tensile test is performed at room temperature (RT), morphology of the butterfly-type gets close to lath-type .Author: Takanori Sonoda, H. Sato, Tomokazu Moritani, Yoshimi WatanabePublish Year: 2014

Microstructural Evolution and Deformation Behavior of a tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Quenching in the range of 750-800 °C followed by tempering at 200 °C led to a ferrite-austenite mixed microstructure that was characterized by excellent combination of tensile strength of 800-1000 tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMicrostructural Evolution and Deformation Behavior of a tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feJan 22, 2014 · The microstructural evolution following tensile deformation of a hot-rolled and heat treated Fe-8Mn-4Al-0.2C steel was studied. Quenching in the range of 750-800 °C followed by tempering at 200 °C led to a ferrite-austenite mixed microstructure that was characterized by excellent combination of tensile strength of 800-1000 MPa and elongation of 30-40%, and a three-stage work hardening behavior.Cited by: 27Publish Year: 2014Author: Zhihui Cai, Hua Ding, Zhengyan Ying, R. D. K. MisraMicrostructural Evolution and Deformation Behavior of Cold tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feLow-density medium-manganese steels offer a vast development prospect for industrial application due to their outstanding combination of mechanical properties and density reduction. The microstructural evolution following tensile deformation of cold-rolled and annealed Fe-10Mn-10Al-0.7C steels was investigated by means of SEM and TEM microstructure analysis and XRD measurements.Author: Nai Peng Zhou, Ren Bo Song, Xuan Li, Wen Jie NiuPublish Year: 2018

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