In the present work conventional heat treatment proceeds like annealing, normalizing and tempering of the material has been performed. The material used in this study is medium carbon steel. Two different grades of Steel (one with copper and another without copper) have been used.cureent work reports and analyze result of mechanical testing performed on various heat treated samples of two (PDF) Effect of Velocity of Impact on Mechanical Theoretical analysis of the effects of velocity of impact using suitable heat transfer equations eed in forms of finite difference method was developed and used
Effect of Carbon Steel Composition and Microstructure on CO 2 Corrosion Director of Dissertation:Srdjan Nesic The environmental conditions encountered in oil and gas wells and pipelines can cause severe localized corrosion to mild steel. The utility of carbon steel in oil and gas pipelines depends on formation of protective corrosion product A STUDY OF MICROSTRUCTURE AND PHASE In this study, the suitability for producing dual phase steel from hot rolled medium carbon steel for mining industry and the effect of annealing temperature on hardness and microstructure has been investigated. The critical equilibrium temperatures and phase diagram were calculated using Thermo-Calc software for 0.37C-0.87Mn steel. EBSD Analysis of Relationship Between Microstructural A multiphase microstructure of bainite, martensite and retained austenite in a 0.3C bainitic steel was obtained by a novel bainite isothermal transformation plus quenching and partitioning (B-QP) process. The correlations between microstructural features and toughness were investigated by electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD), and the results showed that the multiphase microstructure
(rotational speed, friction time and forging pressure) on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the friction welded joints of medium carbon steel joints and the results are presented in this paper. 2. Experimental Details 2.1 Materials used:The base material AISI 1040 grade medium carbon steel (MCS), used in this investigation were Effect of Carbon Content on the Mechanical Properties A. Calik et al. · Carbon Content and Mechanical Properties of Medium Carbon Steels 469 (a) (b) Fig. 1. (a) SEM and (b) optical micro-graphs of medium-carbon steels. Withtheincreasein carboncontent,themicrostructure is changed into the martensite and the retained austen-ite, as well as the solid solution strengthening of the carbon element . Effect of Tempering on the Bainitic Microstructure A low-alloy medium-carbon bainitic steel was isothermally tempered at 300 °C for up to 24 hours which led to a significant hardness decrease. In order to explain the decreasing hardness, extensive microstructural characterization using scanning and transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and atom probe tomography was conducted. The experimental work was further
welding of low carbon steel, there are limited publica-tions [2-8]. For example, Gural et al.  have studied the heat treatment in two phase regions and its effects on microstructure and mechanical strength after welding of the low carbon steel. On the other hand, Eroglu and Ak-soy  investigated the effect of initial grain size on mi- Effect of cooling mode on the microstructure and (2020). Effect of cooling mode on the microstructure and mechanical properties of medium carbon steel after warm rolling. Ironmaking & Steelmaking:Vol. 47, No. 9, pp. 1022-1028. Effect of cooling mode on the microstructure and (2020). Effect of cooling mode on the microstructure and mechanical properties of medium carbon steel after warm rolling. Ironmaking & Steelmaking:Vol. 47, No. 9, pp. 1022-1028.
1020) and medium carbon (AISI 1040, AISI 1060) steels are rarely reported. The present study is aimed at under-standing the effect of cooling rate on the microhardness and microstructure of these steels. Experimental method Chemical compositions of these steels are given in Table 1. The Effect of hot rolling temperature on the microstructure Request PDF Effect of hot rolling temperature on the microstructure and mechanical properties of ultra-low carbon medium manganese steel The effect of hot rolling temperature on Effect of medium carbon steel microstructure on tensile The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effects of medium carbon steel microstructure on the tensile strength and fatigue crack growth (FCG) behavior.,To achieve this aim, four different heat treatment methods (normalizing, quenching, tempering at 300°C and tempering at 600°C) were considered. Microstructural evolution was investigated by scanning electron microscopy.
martensite gained importance to strength and wear resistance. Medium carbon dual phase steels can be used for applications in mineral and mining processes which do not require any welding operation [16, 17]. Even the obtaining a dual phase microstructure from medium carbon steels is an important challenge, there are some difficulties. Medium-Carbon Steels - an overview ScienceDirect TopicsA medium carbon steel, AISI 1045, and a stainless steel, AISI 420, were selected to determine the MC effects during corrosive wear. The chemical compositions (wt%) of the steels are as follows respectively:C 0.47, Si 0.31, Mn 0.62, and C 0.18, Si 0.35, Mn 0.47, Cr 12.55, Ni 0.24. The Analysis of the Microstructure and Mechanical The evolution of HSLA steel was based on low carbon content to improve weldability and suitable alloying elements were added to improve austenite hardenability 4-6. Thermomechanical controlled processing (TMCP) and microalloying in order to obtain desired microstructure and properties are the essence of ultra-low carbon microalloyed steel 7.
The microstructure and properties of medium-carbon steel (0.45% C) are studied after torsional severe plastic deformation (SPD) at a high quasi-hydrostatic pressure and elevated temperatures of