Recrystallization behavior of a low carbon steel wire

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Abstract

The primary recrystallization of a steel containing 0.05 (wt%) carbon is examined. The present material is produced by Trifisoud- Setif-Algeria and received as wires of 4, 3.18, 2.45 mm diameters. The samples are subjected to annealing treatments at 480-520 {ring operator}C. The recrystallization temperature is determined and found to be lower for the wire with higher wiredrawing area reduction (τw). The two parameters (k and n) in Avrami law are calculated. A relationship between τwand recrystallized grain size (drec) is established. The recrystallization activation energy is estimated. The obtained results are compared with other material results. © 2009.

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Larouk, Z., & Bouhalais, H. (2009). Recrystallization behavior of a low carbon steel wire. Physics Procedia, 2(3), 1223–1229. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phpro.2009.11.085

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