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Analysis and prevention of dent defects formed during strip casting of twin-induced plasticity steels

Title
Analysis and prevention of dent defects formed during strip casting of twin-induced plasticity steels
Authors
Ha, MKim, WS이병주Lee, SLee, BJMoon, HK
Date Issued
May-2008
Publisher
SPRINGER
Abstract
Rapid-solidification experiments were conducted for understanding dent defects formed during strip casting of twin-induced plasticity (TWIP) steels. The rapid-solidification experiments reproduced the dent defects formed on these steels, which were generally located at valleys of the shot-blasted roughness on the substrate. The rapid-solidification experiment results reveal that the number of dips, the Mn content of the steel, and the surface roughness of the substrate affect the depth and size of dents formed on the solidified-shell surfaces, while the composition of the atmosphere gases and the carbon content of the steel are not factors. The formation of dents was attributed to the entrapment of gases inside the roughness valleys of the substrate surface and their volume expansion due to the temperature of the steel melt and the latent heat. The dents could be prevented when the thermal expansion of gases was suppressed by making longitudinal grooves on the substrate surface, which allowed the entrapped gases to escape. Sound solidified shells were obtained by optimizing the width and depth of the longitudinal grooves and by controlling the shot-blasting conditions.
Keywords
TRIP/TWIP STEELS; ALLOY; BEHAVIOR; OXIDATION; TEMPERATURE; MICROSTRUCTURE
URI
http://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/11532
DOI
10.1007/S11661-008-9
ISSN
1073-5623
Article Type
PROCEEDINGS PAPER
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