Effect of Warm-Rolling On the Formation of Microstructure and Microtexture of the Constituent Phases in a Duplex Steel

Pinaki, P B and Mohammed, Z A (2014) Effect of Warm-Rolling On the Formation of Microstructure and Microtexture of the Constituent Phases in a Duplex Steel. In: Materials Science Forum, 2-6, December 2013, Las Vegas, NV; United States.

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Abstract The effect of warm-rolling on the evolution of microstructure and microtexture was investigated in a duplex steel. For this purpose annealed duplex steel plates were cold and warmrolled up to 90% reduction in thickness at room temperature and at 625°C, respectively. The austenite volume fraction decreased consistently during cold-rolling indicating that austenite was not stable during cold-rolling. In contrast, austenite was found to be very stable during warm-rolling at 625°C. Development of an ultrafine lamellar deformation structure with alternate arrangement of the ferrite and austenite bands could be observed during warm-rolling. A strong pure metal or copper type texture was observed in the austenite in the warm-rolled material in contrast to brass texture developed during cold-rolling. Development of RD (RD//<110>) fiber and ND-fiber (ND//<111>) was observed in ferrite during both cold and warm-rolling. However, the strength of the RD-fiber was much higher as compared to the ND-fiber in ferrite in cold-rolled DSS as compared to the ferrite in warm-rolled DSS.

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Subjects: Materials Engineering > Materials engineering
Divisions: Department of Material Science Engineering
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Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2014 11:10
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2014 11:10
URI: http://raiith.iith.ac.in/id/eprint/1146
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