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A Finite Element Modeling for Dilatometric Nonisotropy in Steel

Title
A Finite Element Modeling for Dilatometric Nonisotropy in Steel
Authors
Cho, YGIm, YRLee, JKSuh, DWKim, SJHan, HN
POSTECH Authors
Suh, DW
Date Issued
Jul-2011
Publisher
TMS
Abstract
It is well known that nonisotropic volume changes in dilatometry were observed during the phase transformation in steel. In this study, a finite element (FE) model incorporating the transformation plasticity was adopted to describe the nonisotropic dilatometric behavior during the phase transformation in steel. An implicit numerical solution procedure to calculate the deformation during the dilatometric experiment was incorporated into the general purpose implicit FE program. The nonisotropic dilatometric behavior could be successfully reproduced by using the FE simulation considering the transformation plasticity. The transformation plasticity was caused by the small amount of stress that naturally developed in the specimen during the dilatometric experiment. In conventional low carbon steel, the stress in the specimen mainly forms due to the very small external force supplied to support it during the dilatometric experiment. As regards ultralow carbon steel, whose phase transformation occurs within an extraordinarily narrow temperature range, the inhomogeneous phase transformation due to the temperature deviation in the specimen was mainly responsible for the stress field in the specimen during the dilatometric experiment.
Keywords
CHEMICALLY BANDED 5140-STEEL; EXTERNALLY APPLIED STRESS; MN-C SYSTEM; TRANSFORMATION PLASTICITY; PHASE-TRANSFORMATIONS; AUSTENITE DECOMPOSITION; DIMENSIONAL ANISOTROPY; CONSTITUTIVE MODEL; KINETICS; CARBON
URI
http://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/17417
DOI
10.1007/S11661-010-0598-3
ISSN
1073-5623
Article Type
Article
Citation
METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A-PHYSICAL METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE, vol. 42A, no. 7, page. 2094 - 2106, 2011-07
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