|Title:||Tensile behavior of an austenitic stainless steel subjected to multidirectional forging|
chromium-nickel austenitic stainless
|Citation:||Tensile behavior of an austenitic stainless steel subjected to multidirectional forging / M. Tikhonova [и др.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2014. - Vol.63.- Art. 012063.|
|Abstract:||The mechanical behavior of a chromium -nickel austenitic stainless steel with submicrocrystalline structures produced by multidirectional forging (MDF) to a total strain of ∼ 4 at temperatures of 700 and 600° C was studied. This processing resulted in the formation of uniform ultrafine grained structure with an average crystallite size of 360 and 300 nm, respectively, and high dislocation density. The tensile tests were carried out in a wide temperature range 20 -650° C. At ambient temperature, the yield stress (YS) comprised 900 MPa and 730 MPa in the samples subjected to MDF at 600 and 700° C, respectively. It should be noted that this strength was achieved along with elongations of 16% and 22% in the samples subjected to MDF at 600 and 700° C. The YS decreased and elongati on-to-failure tends to increase with increasing test temperature and approaching 235 MPa and 51%, respectively, at 650° C. Effect of temperature on mechanical behavior of stainless steel with submicrocrystalline structure is discussed|
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