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Intermediate-Temperature Creep Deformation and tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

The tensile creep behavior of an equiatomic CoCrFeNiMn high-entropy alloy was systematically investigated over an intermediate temperature range (500600 °C) and applied stress (140400 MPa). The alloy exhibited a stress-dependent transition from a low-stress region (LSR-region I) to a high-stress region (HSR-region II). The LSR was characterized by a stress exponent of 5 to 6 and an tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe(PDF) Accumulative roll bonding of aluminum alloys 2219 tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feAccumulative roll bonding of aluminum alloys 2219/5086 laminates Microstructural evolution and tensile properties. Satyam Kumar. Related Papers. Influence of ARB technique on the microstructural, mechanical and fracture properties of the multilayered Al1050/Al5052 composite reinforced by SiC (PDF) In-situ EBSD study of deformation behavior of Al-Si tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThis study deals with the microstructural aspects of the deformation behavior in AlSiCu alloy A380. This has been carried out with in-situ tensile testing coupled with EBSD analysis. The alloy specimens having different microstructures with two

ARTICLE High-temperature low-cycle fatigue behavior

Material Cr Ni W Y Ti N O C Fe 1st/2nd milling step Production yield after 1st/2nd step MS XVI 14.3 10.7 1.0 0.52 0.17 0.134 0.133 0.106 Bal. 20 h/15 h 100%/98% A. Chauhan et al. High-temperature low-cycle fatigue behavior and microstructural evolution of an improved austenitic ODS steel Downloaded from J. An Investigation of Microstructural Evolution, Tensile tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThe microstructure evolution, tensile properties and work-hardening behavior of AA2219 alloy reinforced by in situ nanosized TiB2 particles were studied in this paper. The observation indicated an impeded recrystallization of the matrix alloy by nanosized TiB2 particles, and the hybrids of nanosized TiB2 particles and Al2Cu phases located at the grain boundary hindered the grain growth.Author Nai Peng Zhou, Ren Bo g, Xuan Li, Wen Jie NiuPublish Year 2018Microstructural damage evolution and its effect on tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feJul 12, 2018Finite element (FE) models of concrete samples damaged by different freeze-thaw cycles are developed with consideration of internal microstructural changes in freeze-thaw cycles. The fracture process of three-point bending tests of notched concrete beams is simulated to quantify the macroscopic fracture behavior and its degradation in relation tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Author Tao Zhou, Jun Lu, Peter HedströmEstimated Reading Time 11 minsPublish Year 2020High Temperature Tensile Deformation Behavior and

High Temperature Tensile Deformation Behavior and Failure Mechanisms of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe the tensile behaviour, microstructural evolution and failure mechanisms of EN AC-46000 (a typical Al-Si-Cu-Mg casting tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe 10.0 Si, 2.6 Cu, 0.24 Mg, 0.8 Fe, 0.8 Zn and 0.26 Mn. Ingots of the alloy were melted in a 10kW resistance furnace 730°C at in a silicon carbide tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feAuthor Xing Li, Yang Zhao, Liqing ChenPublish Year 2019Microstructural Evolution and Deformation Behavior of Cold tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feLow-density medium-manganese steels offer a vast development prospect for industrial application due to their outstanding combination of mechanical properties and density reduction. The microstructural evolution following tensile deformation of cold-rolled and annealed Fe-10Mn-10Al-0.7C steels was investigated by means of SEM and TEM microstructure analysis and XRD measurements.Cited by 1Publish Year 2018Author Yi Fan Feng, Ren Bo g, Zhong Zheng Pei, Lun LiMicrostructural evolution and the variation of tensile tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feJan 15, 2015Microstructural evolution and the variation of tensile behavior after aging heat treatment of precipitation hardened martensitic steel

Cited by 1Publish Year 2020Author Cun Juan Xia, Lei Wang, Qing Zhang, Hao Fei Zhu, Jun Liu, Feng Guo Zhang, Zhe Chen, Hao Wei WangEstimated Reading Time 2 minsMicrostructural dependence of Fe-high Mn tensile behavior tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Highlights Similar deformation structures are obtained for surface and bulk grains. A lower strain is needed for twinning in surface grains than in bulk grains. A reduced ability to cross-slip due to low SFE leads to an increasing LAB density. Twinning reduces the dislocation slip tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feCited by 1Publish Year 2020Author Simone Kaar, Daniel Krizan, Reinhold Schneider, Christof SommitschMechanical Behavior of Fresh and Tempered Martensite in a tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feAug 01, 2020The mechanical behavior measured by tensile testing of a low-alloy CrMoV martensitic steel in quenched and tempered conditions is correlated with the quantitative microstructural evolution. Modeling of carbide precipitation supports the experimental characterization to understand the microstructural evolution.Cited by 247Publish Year 2015Author Donald T. Pierce, Jose Antonio Jiménez, James Bentley, Dierk Raabe, James E. WittigMicrostructural Evolution and Wear Behavior Involving the tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feIn this paper, the microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of the as-cast Fe-25Mn-7Al-1.3C austenitic steel after different heat treatment were investigated. After solution treatment and subsequent aging treatment, the -carbides with perovskite structure were found to precipitate coherently within the austenite matrix, which improved the initial hardness and mechanical strength.

Cited by 3Publish Year 2019Author Qianqian Wu, Ning Cui, Xiaohong Xiao, Xiaopeng Wang, Ertuan ZhaoMicrostructural Evolution and Mechanical Properties of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Feb 02, 2013used for the tensile tests. Vickers hardness of the furnace-cooled bars as well as the water-quenched specimens was measured in hardness testing machine under a load of 10 kg. 3. Results and Discussions . 3.1. Microstructural Evolution . Microstructural evolution of any material depends on its chemical composition[11] and various parameters tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feCited by 5Publish Year 2019Author Zhiqiang Li, Haitao Qu, Fulong Chen, Yaoqi Wang, Zinong Tan, Mateusz Kopec, Mateusz Kopec, Kehuan Wa tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feEstimated Reading Time 8 minsMicrostructural Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMicrostructural Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of Friction-Stir-Welded DP1180 Advanced Ultrahigh Strength Steel tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe the lap joint exhibited the maximum tensile strength of 12.4 kN. Key words tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe D. Wang, H. Zhang, D. R. Ni, P. Xue, B. L. Xiao, Z. Y. Ma. Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of Friction-Stir-Welded DP1180 Advanced tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feCrystals Free Full-Text Studying the Damage Evolution tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe19 hours agoThe mechanical behavior of newly developed composite materials is dependent on several underlying microstructural phenomena. In this research, a periodic 2D geometry of cast X8CrMnNi16-6-6 steel and 10% zirconia composite is virtually constructed by adopting microstructural attributes from literature. A physics-based crystal plasticity model with ductile damage criterion is used

Deformation Behavior and Microstructural Evolution during tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

In this paper, experimental investigations of hot stamping of a near- titanium alloy, TA15, were performed focusing on hot formability and microstructural evolution. Schematic hot tensile tests were carried out to investigate hot deformation characteristics.Fatigue behavior, microstructural evolution, and fatigue tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feAbstract Dislocation annihilation behavior of Sanicro 25 alloy was investigated based on various total strain amplitudes ( e t / 2 ). The slopes of cyclic stress response curves during stage were compared and showed that obvious stable cyclic behavior occurred at e t / 2 = 0.3 % . Microstructure analysis reveals that the number of slip plane increased with increasing e t / 2 tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feHot Deformation Behavior and Microstructural Evolution of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThe microstructural evolution of the alloy during thermal compression was investigated with the aid of a processing map. Furthermore, a crack-free as-forged billet was successfully prepared by a one-step large deformation. The tensile properties of the as-forged billet were also studied.

Impact of Si and Al on Microstructural Evolution and tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Jul 16, 2020Herein, the investigation of the tensile behavior of lean medium Mn Quenching and Partitioning (Q&P) steels containing 0.2 wt% C, 4.5 wt% Mn, and additions of Microstructural Evolution and Biodegradation Response of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMicrostructural Evolution and Biodegradation Response of Mg-2Zn-0.5Nd Alloy During Tensile and Compressive Deformation Iniobong P. Etim 1, 2, Wen Zhang 1, 2, Yi Zhang 1, 2, Lili Tan 2 (), Ke Yang 1, 2Microstructural Evolution and Deformation Behavior of Cold tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feLow-density medium-manganese steels offer a vast development prospect for industrial application due to their outstanding combination of mechanical properties and density reduction. The microstructural evolution following tensile deformation of cold-rolled and annealed Fe-10Mn-10Al-0.7C steels was investigated by means of SEM and TEM microstructure analysis and XRD measurements.

Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of an

metals Article Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of an Al-6061 Alloy Processed by Repetitive Corrugation and Straightening Sergio Elizalde 1, Marco Ezequiel 2, Ignacio A. Figueroa 2, José M. Cabrera 1,3, Chedly Braham 4 and Gonzalo Gonzalez 2,* 1 Departamento de Ciencia e Ingeniería de Materiales, EEBE-Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 08019 Barcelona, Spain tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feMicrostructural evolution and load transfer in a nickel tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feJun 07, 2019Microstructural evolution and load transfer in a nickel-based alloy An in situ high-energy X-ray diffraction studyMicrostructural evolution and mechanical properties of tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThe microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of an AC8A/12 vol Pct A1 2 O 3 (sf) composite fabricated by squeeze casting were characterized. Thermal treatments included the normal T6 temper and thermal exposure at 150 °C, 250 °C, 300 °C, and 350 °C for 400 hours. The predominant strengthening phase in the matrix appeared to be ' (Mg<SUB>2</SUB>Si) needles.

Microstructure, creep, and tensile behavior of a Ti12Al tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

The microstructural evolution, creep, and tensile deformation behavior of a Ti12Al38Nb (at.%) alloy were studied. Monolithic sheet materials were produced through conventional thermomechanical processing techniques comprising nonisother-mal forging and pack rolling.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.Tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a Fe tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a feThe work-hardening behavior of warm deformed steel was divided into three stages and illustrated by microstructural characterization after warm deformation and tensile fracture. The results showed that both planar glide and cross slip occurred during warm deformation of austenite, and -martensite, and microbands formed on the close-packed planes having higher Schmid factors.

The influence of stacking fault energy on the tensile behavior and microstructural evolution of a fe

Nov 01, 2015Understanding the relationship between the stacking-fault energy (SFE), deformation mechanisms, and strain-hardening behavior is important for alloying and design of high-Mn austenitic transformation- and twinning-induced plasticity (TRIP/TWIP) steels. The present study investigates the influence of SFE on the microstructural and strain-hardening evolution of three TRIP/TWIP alloys (Fe

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