Effect of Hot Deformation on Proeutectoid Ferrite Ledge Growth From Boundary of Undercooled Austenite

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Stored deformation energy of undercooled austenite at 780 °C for Fe-0.073% C steel is in the order of 5 J/mol, corresponding to the dislocation density in the order of 1014 m-2. After deformation at 780 °C with 5 J/mol stored deformation energy, proeutectoid ferrite growth rate is accelerated by 2.2%. In this work, the effect of hot deformation below Ae3 on proeutectoid ferrite growth rate is not significant. © 2007 Central Iron and Steel Research Institute.

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LI, Z. dong, YANG, Z. gang, LIU, Z. yuan, & WANG, Q. chao. (2007). Effect of Hot Deformation on Proeutectoid Ferrite Ledge Growth From Boundary of Undercooled Austenite. Journal of Iron and Steel Research International, 14(5 SUPPL. 1), 306–309. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1006-706X(08)60100-4

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