Effect of electrothermal treatment on the mechanical properties of cold-worked steel
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An increased heating rate increases the dispersion of cementite, which precipitates in the form of parallel fine plates.
The higher the heating rate, the greater the strength and ductility of quenched and electrotempered steel after plastic deformation.
KeywordsMechanical Property Heating Rate Plastic Deformation Ductility Cementite
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