Determinition of Optimal Coiling Temperature and Cold Reduction Ratio of Adding P High Strength if Steel

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Hot rolled adding P high strength IF steel sheet was used to study the effect of coiling temperature and cold reduction ratio on the microstructures , mechanical properties and textures of experimental steel. The experimental results showed that the recrystallization has finished after cold rolling followed diffrenent cold reduction ratio and coiling temperature was from 550 °C to 600 °C under experimental condition. When the cold reduction ratio was increased, the grain changed fine and uniformity under diffrenent coiling temperature; The yield strength, tensile strength and elongation percentage were approximate 160 MPa, 345 MPa and 35.0 % respectively, under coiling temperature 600 °C and diffrenent cold reduction ratio condition, the plastic strain ratio r value and the strain hardening exponent n value were reached the maximum, respectively, the r value was approximate 1.5, the n value was approximate 0.30. When the coiling temperature was increased, the {111}<110> texture of α skeleton lines was stronger. Therefore, the suggested the optimal coiling temperature is 600 °C, cold reduction ratio was 60 % to 70 %, and it obtains optimally match of high strength and punching property.

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Zhang Yushu

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465-469

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.213.465

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M. L. Wang et al., "Determinition of Optimal Coiling Temperature and Cold Reduction Ratio of Adding P High Strength if Steel", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 213, pp. 465-469, 2011

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February 2011

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