Application of processing maps in the optimization of the parameters of a hot working process. Part 2. Processing maps of a microalloyed medium carbon steel
Keywords:Hot working, Microalloyed steel, Processing maps, Dynamic recrystallization, Dynamic recovery
Part 1 of this work presents a revision of the general characteristics of the so called dynamic materials model on which processing maps are developed. In this part following the methodology described in part 1, processing maps of a microalloyed medium carbon steel are developed over a temperature range varying from 900 to 1.150 °C at different true strain rates ranging from 10-4 to 10 s-1. The analysis of these maps revealed a domain of dynamic recrystallization centered at about 1.150 °C and strain rate 10 s-1 and a domain of dynamic recovery centered at 900 °C and 0,1 s-1.
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