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Machine Dynamics Problems

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Contribution to the Modelling of Processes Controlling the Acicular Ferrite (AF) Formation in C-Mn Steels

Autorzy Mazancová, E.  Jonšta, Z.  Mazanec, K. 
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Warianty tytułu
Konferencja International Conference Computer Simulation in Machine Design - COSIM 2006 (11 ; 2006 ; Krynica Zdrój, Poland)
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN Due to special morphology, AF microstructure makes possible to obtain a very favourable combination of mechanical properties (strength, ductility and toughness). The significant parameter is the deflection mechanism limiting cleavage crack propagation. Although the nucleation role of fine special non-metallic inclusions as inoculants controlling the austenite (A)-decomposition into ferrite has been described in great number of works, the comprehensive mechanism of these processes has not been developed. Due to large variety of non-metallic particles acting as inoculants in above considered transformation process, this solution is not facile. The nucleation potency of individual phases comprising complex inclusions has not been assessed so far. In the present contribution the investigation will be devoted to the finding of model being able to describe the nucleating behaviour of some complex inclusions based on manganese - silicate (MnO-SiO2) and on the nucleating effect of Mg-addition (MgO) to the basic chemical constitution resulting from deoxidization with Mn/Si/Ti. Among considered mechanism as the most perspective one could be held the formation of Mn-depleted zone being the nucleation site for intragranular A-decomposition into ferrite phase. It has been proposed this zone is formed around inclusion by the subsequent MnS nucleation on it. This process is accompanied with the subsequent Mn-diffusion running in the steel matrix to the MnS-nuclei. The following conclusions can be determined from the achieved results in investigated steel types. The nucleation potency of some inclusions complex represents a decisive initiation parameter in decomposition of A into AF. It has been established the higher density number of dispersed fine intragranular particles (0.5-2.0 µm) is very effective in the refinement of ferrite plates by AF nucleation. The non-metallic inclusions type participating in the considered nucleation process is determined by steel deoxidization. Precipitation of MnS on primary inclusions (investigated influence of Mn/Si and Mn/Si/Ti) has been analyzed. For both examples the same physical metallurgical characteristics leading to the formation of Mn-depleted zone and simultaneously realized MnS nucleation on applied non-metallic inclusions have been found. In case of AF nucleation on inclusions after Mg addition the mechanism of Mn-depleted zone has been also confirmed. The mechanism of AF formation in connection with Mn-depleted zone existence around the primary steel inclusions accompanied with MnS formation has been analyzed in detail. This complex mechanism can be considered as a very attractive model making possible to predict the AF nucleability in austenitic matrix.
Słowa kluczowe
PL metaloznawstwo   ferryt iglasty   stal   stal manganowa   zarodkowanie  
EN physical metallurgy   acicular ferrite   steel   manganese steel   nucleation  
Wydawca Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Warszawskiej
Czasopismo Machine Dynamics Problems
Rocznik 2006
Tom Vol. 30, No. 4
Strony 60--67
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 6 poz., rys., wykr.
Twórcy
autor Mazancová, E.
autor Jonšta, Z.
autor Mazanec, K.
Bibliografia
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