|Title:||Microstructure evolution in a 316L stainless steel subjected to multidirectional forging and unidirectional bar rolling|
austenitic stainless steels
|Citation:||Microstructure evolution in a 316L stainless steel subjected to multidirectional forging and unidirectional bar rolling / M. Odnobokova [и др.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2014. - Vol.63.- Art. 012060.|
|Abstract:||The formation of ultrafine-grained structures was studied in a 316L stainless steel during severe plastic deformation. The steel samples were processed up to a total amount of strain of 4 at ambient temperature using two different methods, i.e., multidirectional forging and unidirectional bar rolling. The large strain developed upon cold working resulted mechanical twinning and partial martensitic transformation. The latter was readily developed during multidirectional forging. After straining to the total amount of strain of 4, the austenite fractions comprised approximately- 0.45 as well as 0.15 in the rolled and forged samples, respectively. Both the multidirectional forging and bar rolling led to extensive grain refinement. The uniform microstructures consisting of austenite and ferrite crystallites with the transverse size of 60 nm and 30 nm were evolved at a total amount of strain of 4 in the rolled and forged samples, respectively. The grain refinement by severe plastic deformation was accompanied by an increase for the microhardness to 5380 and 4970 MPa for the forged and rolled samples, respectively|
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