Surface Layers' Real Structure of Metals Exposed to Inhomogeneous Thermal Fields and Plastic Deformation
Inhomogeneous thermal fields and plastic deformation are two basic phenomena present during surface creation and substantially determine future real structure of the surface layers. In the following, a closer look will be taken at some aspects connected with real structure of milled and ground steels. Impact of end-mill speed and thickness of removed layer on grain size, macroscopic and microscopic residual stress is discussed. Possibility of prestrained surface layer in ground steel has been examined on a set of five types of steels.
Danuta Stróż & Małgorzata Karolus
Z. Pala et al., "Surface Layers' Real Structure of Metals Exposed to Inhomogeneous Thermal Fields and Plastic Deformation", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 163, pp. 59-63, 2010