Mechanical Properties of Mild Steel after Cold and Warm High-Speed Forging
A 0.03% carbon steel was forged in high-and low-speed forging machines at temperatures between --78 and 600°C. Results of tensile, hardness and Charpy impact tests are presented. The effect of deformation speed and temperature on workhardening and the optimum temperature of high-speed warm forging are discussed.
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