Recrystallization processes in steel 4Kh12N8G8MFB
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An increase in the heating temperature of cold-worked steel 4Kh12N8G8MFB shifts the critical strain toward larger values.
A method was proposed for calculating the grain size differential correlated with qualitative observations of differences in grain size.
Heating of samples strained after quenching to 1100°C induces the largest difference in grain size at critical strain (1–4%).
On recrystallization heating of steel heated at 1050°C before deformation one observes two peaks of grain size on the recrystallization diagrams that correspond to 1 and 4% strain and are due to the difference in grain size.
KeywordsGrain Size Recrystallization Heating Temperature Critical Strain Recrystallization Process
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