from the conferences organized by TANGER Ltd. provisional website
The evolution of the new microstructures produced under hot deformation conditions is reviewed. The Finite Element Method (FEM) and Experimental Planning Method (EPM) has been used for the examination of the combined effect of the temperature-strain-time parameters of structural and stainless steels during rolling and forging metal forming technique. It is shown that simulation of recrystallization for the definite cross-section of profile by FEM on the base of the data obtained by EPM allowed to predict structure and mechanical properties and to develop computer modelling for the different cross-section of finished profile.Keywords: simulation, recrystallization, rolling, forging, steels, experimental planning method (EPM), finite element method (FEM), mechanical properties.
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