Simulation of the Temperature, Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Cold-Rolled Stainless Steel Sus430 During Continuous Annealing
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Mathematical models of variation of the temperature, microstructure and mechanical properties of cold-rolled steel SUS340 in a continuous annealing furnace are derived using experimental results and numerical methods. The results obtained are used for computing the mechanical properties of SUS340 under continuous annealing and for developing new annealing modes with the help of the model suggested.
Key wordsstainless steel SUS340 horizontal furnace for continuous annealing numerical simulation mechanical properties
The work has been supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (Project Number FRF-AS-10-005B).
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