Strain Aging of Heavily Drawn Pearlitic Steel Wires
The strain aging of heavily drawn pearlitic steel wires has been studied by means of electrical resistivity mearsurement. The kinetic of the early stage of strain aging after being drawn to true strain 2.89 is described by a Johnson-Mehl equation. The apparent activation energy Î"H is estimated as 31.7kJ/mol. The results indicate that the mechanism of the early stage of strain aging of heavily drawn pearlitic steel correlates with the formation of interstitial solute atoms-vacancy pairs.
N. Min et al., "Strain Aging of Heavily Drawn Pearlitic Steel Wires," Advanced Materials Research, vol. 24-25, pp. 1299-1302, Trans Tech Publications, Nov 2007.
6th Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing, PRICM 6 (2007: Nov. 5-9, Jeju Island, South Korea)
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Electrical resistivity; Heavily drawn pearlitic steel; Strain aging
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Nov 2007