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Estimation of the Increase in the Yield Strength of Building Steels at Negative Temperatures

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The experimental data and the mathematical models obtained for the dependence of the yield strength of building steels on the test temperature at its negative values are analyzed. The well-known methods of calculating the temperature-induced hardening are shown to give a significant error. A mathematical model is proposed for the dependence of the yield strengths of low-carbon and low-alloy building steels on a negative climatic temperature.

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This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 20-38-90022.

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Sokolov, S.A., Vasil’ev, I.A. & Tulin, D.E. Estimation of the Increase in the Yield Strength of Building Steels at Negative Temperatures. Russ. Metall. 2022, 396–399 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0036029522040279

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Keywords:

  • steel
  • strength
  • yield strength
  • brittle fracture
  • negative temperature
  • test