A Study on Recrystallization Behavior of Low Carbon Bainitic Steel during Multi-Pass Deformation
The multi-pass compression deformation of low carbon bainitie steel was carried out on a thermal simulator between a temperature range of 1050~800°Cwith accumulated 60.7% deformation and a deformation rate of 2s-1. The recrystallization behavior of the tested steel during high temperature deformation was discussed after comparatively analyzing the stress-stain curves and austenite deformation structures under different deformation conditions. The results show that with the same strain rate and total deformation, the grain size of recrystallized austenite is mainly determined by pass temperature and pass deformation, especially the latter, while has little relation with quantity of pass. The ultimate deformation stress is determined by ultimate deformation temperature and improved by the increasing quantity of pass.
Xianghua Liu, Zhenhua Bai, Yuanhua Shuang, Cunlong Zhou and Jian Shao
Y. Guan et al., "A Study on Recrystallization Behavior of Low Carbon Bainitic Steel during Multi-Pass Deformation", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 217-219, pp. 471-475, 2012