Effect of Composition, Structural State, and Manufacturing Technology on Service Properties of High-Strength Low-Carbon Steel Main Bimetal Layerстатья

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[1] Effect of composition, structural state, and manufacturing technology on service properties of high-strength low-carbon steel main bimetal layer / A. I. Zaitsev, I. G. Rodionova, A. A. Pavlov et al. // Metallurgist (USSR). — 2015. — Vol. 59, no. 7. — P. 684–692. The effect of composition, structural state, excess phase precipitation, and manufacturing technology parameters on service property indices of high-strength, low-carbon steel of a main bimetal layer is studied in detail. For the low-carbon, high-strength steels developed primary importance is attached to strengthening mechanisms, connected with formation of different size carbonitride precipitates with different fineness, and secondary importance applies to the presence of strong structural components. A simultaneous improvement in strength properties and preparation of good steel weldability may be achieved by some increase in carbon content using a balanced microalloying system with a reduction in concentration of manganese, chromium, nickel, and copper, and effective alloying with boron. It is shown that the possibility of achieving high strength properties for the low-carbon steel developed with relatively slow cooling rates creates favorable conditions for obtaining a clad rolled product with a good and stable set of mechanical and other service properties, and quality indices. [ DOI ]

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