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EFFECT OF EFFECTIVE GRAIN SIZE ON CHARPY IMPACT PROPERTIES OF HIGH-STRENGTH BAINITIC STEELS SCIE SCOPUS KCI

Title
EFFECT OF EFFECTIVE GRAIN SIZE ON CHARPY IMPACT PROPERTIES OF HIGH-STRENGTH BAINITIC STEELS
Authors
Shin, SYHan, SYHwang, BLee, CGLee, S
Date Issued
2008-10
Publisher
KOREAN INST METALS MATERIALS
Abstract
This study is concerned with the effect of Cu and B addition on microstructure and mechanical properties of high-strength bainitic steels. Six kinds of steels were fabricated by varying alloying elements and hot-rolling conditions, and their microstructures and tensile and Charpy impact properties were investigated. Their effective grain sizes were also characterized by the electron back-scatter diffraction analysis. The tensile test results indicated that the B- or Cu-containing steels had the higher yield and tensile strengths than the B- or Cu-free steels because their volume fractions of bainitic ferrite and martensite were quite high. The B- or Cu-free steels had the higher upper shelf energy than the B- or Cu-containing steels because of their higher volume fraction of granular bainite. In the steel containing 10 ppm B without Cu, the best combination of high strengths, high upper shelf energy, and low energy transition temperature could be obtained by the decrease in the overall effective grain size due to the presence of bainitic ferrite having smaller effective grain size.
Keywords
bainite steels; tensile properties; charpy impact properties; effective grain size; LOW-CARBON; ACICULAR FERRITE; LINEPIPE STEELS; DEFORMATION; MICROSTRUCTURES; MORPHOLOGY; TOUGHNESS; AUSTENITE; BEHAVIOR; BORON
URI
https://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/28622
ISSN
1738-8228
Article Type
Article
Citation
JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN INSTITUTE OF METALS AND MATERIALS, vol. 46, no. 10, page. 617 - 626, 2008-10
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