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Study of texture in ultra fine grained dual phase steel sheets
Published in Trans Tech Publications Ltd
2012
Volume: 702-703
   
Pages: 806 - 809
Abstract
Severe cold rolling and short intercritcal annealing is often used to produce ultra-fine grained ferrite and martensite dual phase steels. In this paper, microstructure and texture of Nbmicroalloyed steel following cold rolling and short intercritical annealing is investigated. The results show that cold rolling and annealing resulted in ultra-fine grained dual phase steel consisted of polygonal ferrite in the range of ∼1-2 μm in size. In cold rolled material, the texture components are γ fiber (<111>//normal direction) and α fiber (<110>//rolling direction). Partial recrystallization texture was observed following intercritical annealing. © (2012) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
About the journal
JournalMaterials Science Forum
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
ISSN02555476
Open AccessNo
Concepts (16)
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    DUAL-PHASE STEEL
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    INTERCRITICAL ANNEALING
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    PARTIAL RECRYSTALLIZATION
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    POLYGONAL FERRITES
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    SEVERE COLD ROLLING
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    TEXTURE COMPONENTS
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    ULTRA-FINE GRAINED FERRITE
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    ULTRAFINE-GRAINED
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    Annealing
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    Crystallization
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    Ferrite
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    Martensitic steel
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    METAL CLADDING
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    Recrystallization (metallurgy)
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    Textures
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    Cold rolling