The effect of composition and hot rolling on the microstructure and mechanical properties of wear resistant steels
Hautamäki, I.; Pikkarainen, T.; Kaijalainen, A.; Tervo, H.; Mehtonen, S.; Suikkanen, P.; Kömi, J. (2017-06-03)
Hautamäki, I. & Pikkarainen, T. & Kaijalainen, A. & Tervo, H. & Mehtonen, S. & Suikkanen, P. & Kömi, J. (2018) The effect of composition and hot rolling on the microstructure and mechanical properties of wear resistant steels. In: 2nd International Symposium on the Recent Developments in Plate Steels : Proceedings, pp. 455-466.
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The effect of microstructure on the mechanical properties of three thermomechanically rolled and direct quenched wear resistant steel plates was investigated. The prior austenite morphology and transformed microstructure was studied and compared to tensile properties and impact toughness. Decreasing the finishing rolling temperature increased the level of austenite pancaking. Centerlines of samples consisted mainly of auto-tempered martensite. With lower finishing rolling temperatures and higher reductions in the non-recrystallization regime the formation of polygonal ferrite and bainite increased at the quarter thickness. High fraction of polygonal ferrite seemed to have a detrimental effect on strength and impact toughness. Impact toughness is also impaired by the presence of coarse inclusions.
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