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Influence of Deformation on the Phase Structure of a 30CrMnSi Steel

Einfluss der Verformung auf die Phasenstruktur eines 30CrMnSi Stahls
Mazhyn Skakov, Gulzhaz Uazyrkhanova, Natalya Popova and Michael Scheffler
From the journal Materials Testing

Abstract

The grainary substructure of 30CrMnSi steel has been studied after rolling deformation. It has been found that in the studied material the bulk share of anisotropic grains amounts to 25% and the isotropic grains to 75%. It has been observed that the martensitic structure is completely broken in the rolling process.

Kurzfassung

Die Korn-Unterstruktur eines 30CrMnSi Stahles nach Walzdeformation wurde für diesem Beitrag zugrunde liegende Studie untersucht. Es wurde herausgefunden, dass in dem untersuchten Werkstoff der Anteil anisotropischer Körner 25% und der isotropischer Körner 75% beträgt. Es wurde beobachtet, dass die martensitische Struktur im Walzprozess komplett bricht.


Mazhyn Skakov, born 1952 in Kazakhstan, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Head of the Department of Technical Physics in East Kazakhstan State Technical University named D.Serikbaev (Kazakhstan). His research interests - the physics of condensed state. He has published more 100 papers in refereed Journals.

Gulzhaz Uazyrkhanova, born 1975 in Kazakhstan, Master of Physics, doctoral study in Ph.D in East Kazakhstan State Technical University named D.Serikbaev (Kazakhstan). Her research interests - the physics of condensed state. Has published two papers in refereed Journals

Natalia Popova, born 1952 in Russia, Candidate of technical science (Ph.D), Research Assistant of the Tomsk State Architecture and Building University (Russia). Her research interests - the physics of condensed state. She has published more 100 papers in refereed Journals.

Michael Scheffler, born 1964 in Germany, Professor, Doctor rer. nat, Director of the Institute of Materials and Joining Technology University named after Otto von Guericke (Germany). His research interests - the physics and chemistry of ceramic materials. He has published more 100 papers in refereed Journals.


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Published Online: 2013-05-26
Published in Print: 2013-01-01

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