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The Korean Society for Technology of Plasticity
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Volume 6, Issue 6 - Dec 1997
Volume 6, Issue 5 - Oct 1997
Volume 6, Issue 4 - Aug 1997
Volume 6, Issue 3 - Jun 1997
Volume 6, Issue 2 - Apr 1997
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Thermal Fatigue and Wear Properties of High Speed Steel Roll for Hot Strip Mill
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 95~101
The thermal fatigue and wear properties of high speed steel roll which was recently developed were investigated by observing microstructure, by measuring mechanical and physical properties, by conducting thermal fatigue testing, and by measuring the amount of wear in actual mill. High speed steel roll had better thermal fatigue testing, and by measuring the amount of wear in actual mill. High speed steel roll had better thermal fatigue life than high chromium iron roll, which was due to lower carbide content, higher strength, and higher thermal conductivity. The amount of wear of high speed steel roll was nearly the same as that of high chromium iron roll in the first finishing stand, which was due to the oxide formation on the roll surface. However, in the third finishing stand, the wear resistance of high speed steel roll was 2~3 times as good as that of high chromium iron roll because the former had higher hardness at high temperature
Controlled Deformation of Microalloyed Steel by Precipitation and Recrystallization
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 102~109
The multistage deformation and stress relaxation were carried out to investigate the strain induced precipitation by torsion tests in the range of 1000~80
, 0.05~5/sec for V-microalloyed steel. The starting temperature and time for the initiation of precipitation were determined by stress relaxation tests. The distribution of precipitates increased, as the strain rate increased and the mean size of precipitates was found to be about 10~30nm. The precipitation starting time
decreased with increasing strain rate and the amount of pre-strain. The effect of deformation conditions on the no-recrystallization temperature
was also determined in the multistage deformation.
Tnr decreased with increasing the strain and strain rate. In the controlled rolling simulation, grain refinement and precipitation hardening effects could be achieved by the alternative large pass strain at the latter half pass stage under the condition of low temperature and high strain rate.
Effect of Rolling Conditions on the Sticking Phenomena of Ferritic Stainless Steel
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 110~117
Sticking behavior under the hot rolling conditions for ferritic stainless steels have been studied. Sticking, which is a phenomenon that the naked metal exposed to the surface by scale breakaway during hot rolling sticks to the roll surface, was affected by both high temperature tensile strength and oxidation resistance of the steels. A steel having higher tensile strength and lower oxidation resistance exhibits better resistance to the sticking. It is due to that higher tensile strength increases localized deformation resistance and lower oxidation resistance creates lower friction between steel and roll by forming thicker scale as a lubricant during hot rolling. So, the sticking tends to occur more severely in the order of 430J1L, 436L, 430 and 409L. The most sensitive temperature to the sticking was found to be 90
for all grade of steels. It was also found that the high speed steel(HSS) roll compared to the Hi-Cr roll was more beneficial to prevent sticking. Because higher surface hardness of HSS roll compared to that of Hi-Cr roll provides less nucleation sites for sticking such as scratch on the roll surface.
Analysis of Deformation and Residual Curvature of Steel Sheets in Strip Process Lines
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 118~135
In order to analyze the deformation and residual curvature of steel sheets in the strip processing lines, a program for calculating curvature and work hardening of sheet was developed. Strip deformation caused by repeated bending under tension in the process lines was analyzed on the basis of the incremental-plasticity theory with the mixed hardenting model for the purpose of predicting the strip shape and the yield stress change. The developed calculation program was applied to predict curl and gutter of sheets within a 10% difference. The yield stress increment was also predicted with the similar accuracy. Application of the model to tension legvelling process showed that gutter could be controlled by intermesh and elongation. The yield stress increment in the electro-galvanizing line calculated by the developed program was found to be dependent on the yield strength, the applied tension and the diameter of the smallest roll.
Cold Roll Bonding of (Ag-10% Ni)/Cu Clad Metals
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 136~144
(Ag-10%Ni)/Cu clad metals for electric contact switch were fabricated by cold-roll bonding process. 2 or 3 passes of cold-rolling was carried out for each process to investigate the effect of the rolling passes on the bonding property. The effect of the annealing temperature of copper before the cold-roll bonding on the bond strength was also studied. The specimen bonded with copper annealed below 30
before roll bonding showed good bond strength. This is because high stored energy in copper promoted the short range diffusion and the grain refinement of copper by the static recrystallization increased the degree of the interfacial coherency. The maximum peel strength of clad metals bonded with Cu annealed below 30
Yield and Compaction Behavior of Rapidly Solidified AI-Si Alloy Powders
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 145~151
In order to obtain high quality products in powder metallurgy, it is important to control and understand the densification behavior of metal powders. The effect of the characters of powders on the compaction behavior was studied in this study by using three types of powders produced by the gas atomization, the centrifugal atomization and the twin roll-pulverization. The shape of the powders was a major factor in the apparent or tap density, and the deformation resistance of the matrix of the powders was a major factor in compactibility. Han's yield function (eq.2) for metal powders was simplified from the relationship based on the experimental results of copper powders. In spite of some assumptions, the calculated compaction curves using a new yield functionw was in accordance with the experimental results.
A Study on the Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis of Forming Processes of an Automotive Panel
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 152~160
Three-Dimensional finite element analysis is performed using PAM-STAMP for design evaluation of automotive back door inner panel die. Gravity process by blank own weigth, binder-wrap process, and drawing process in the forming operations are sequentially simulated with Virtual Manufacturing Method. The most valuable result in this research is that 3-D FEM analysis can be applied to the design evaluation of draw dies in the die try-out, though effects of mesh size and drawbead resistance force on the try-out, the experimental knowhows about the forming variables such as friction coefficient punch velocity, drawbead force, etc are necessary.
Investigation of Thermo-mechanical Behavior of Work Roll and Roll Life in Hot Strip Rolling
C.G.Sun ; Yun, C.S. ; Chung, J.S. ; Hwang, S.M. ;
Transactions of Materials Processing, volume 6, issue 2, 1997, Pages 161~175
The effects of various process paramenters on the detailed aspects of the thermo-mechanical behavior of work roll and on the roll life are investigated via a series of process simulation, using a mathematical model presented previously. The process conditions are discussed that are favorable or optimal in terms of reducing roll wear in the front finishing stands.