Deformation Under Hot Working Conditions: Proceedings of the Conference on 'Deformation Under Hot Working Conditions' Held at the Department of Metallurgy, University of Sheffield, on 5 and 6 July 1966, Volume 108
Iron & Steel Institute, 1968 - Metal-work - 189 pages
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Discussion to Session
The use of a simple upsetting test in metal working studies
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alloys aluminium as-cast material ausforming austenite axial stress axis bands BISRA carbide carbon cast cavitation chromium columnar constant cooling cracks creep curves decrease deformation dislocations dynamic effect electron equation equiaxed etched experimental extrusion ferrite content flow stress forged material formation fracture gauge length grain boundary grain size high-temperature higher hot ductility hot tensile test hot workability hot-working inclusions increase ingot initial iron isoforming load longitudinal low strain rates lower martensite mechanical properties metallographic metals microstructure minimum notched tensile test observed obtained occur perature polygonized precipitation preheating quenched range recovery recrystallization reduction region rev/min rolling room temperature Rossard samples segregation shear strain shear stress shown in Fig shows similar slab specimen steels strain rate strength structure sub-grain substructure sulphide surface TEGART tempered tensile tests test temperature testpiece thermal tion titanium torque transformation ture twists University of Sheffield values voids zone