12.11.3 Deformation,Strengthening,and Mechanical Properties of Quench and Tempered Martensitic MicrostructuresAuthor Mohamed A.Gebril,Aldlemey,Abdessalam F.KablanPublish Year 2013Effect of tempering temperature on microstructure and
effects of tempering temperature on hardness and Charpy impact energy of a quenched and tempered steel for a commercial production.Though the effect .Abstract .The effect of tempering temperature on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Charpy V-notch impact testing at 20°C,--40°C and 60°C.At first,the laborat- ory based
Author Xiong Yang,Wei Yu,Di Tang,Yuqian Li,Dewen Lv,Jiaxin Shi,Qiming Du,Donggui Mei,Jia FanPublish Year 2020EFFECT OF TEMPERING TEMPERATURE ON PRECIPITATE
The effect of the tempering temperature on mechanical properties are studied by investigating the precipitate evolution during the heat treatment of the 34CrNiMo6 steel.Five different tempering temperatures are used at the same holding time of 3 h.Author Yuhua Li,Yongli Chen,Xuejiao ZhouPublish Year 2020Effect of Tempering on Mechanical Properties and Corrosion The tempering process of medium and high carbon steel using quenching in water as quenching medium with different tempering temperatures has been investigated.The samples were quenched to room temperature in water.The mechanical properties and corrosion rate of the quench and tempering samples were measured.The result shows that hardness value of the medium and high carbon steelCited by 10Publish Year 2018Author Ari Saastamoinen,Antti Kaijalainen,Jouko Heikkala,David Porter,Pasi SuikkanenEffects of Cryogenic Treatment and Tempering onThe effects of mechanical strength and yield ratio on the seismic steel are significant.This paper investigated the mechanical strength and yield ratio of medium carbon seismic steel by deep cryogenic treatment at 60°C and 110°C for 60120 s and tempering at 350°C for 30 minutes.The microstructure,misorientation,grain boundary,and size were characterized by electron
Cited by 10Publish Year 2018Author Ari Saastamoinen,Antti Kaijalainen,Jouko Heikkala,David Porter,Pasi SuikkanenTempering Temperature - an overview ScienceDirect Topics
10 rows·The extent of the tempering effect is determined by the temperature and time of the process Cited by 17Publish Year 2016Author C.W.Li,L.Z.Han,X.M.Luo,Q.D.Liu,J.F.GuEffect of the Quenching and Tempering Temperatures on the Feb 27,2020·Therefore,the effects of the quenching and tempering temperatures on the microstructure and mechanical properties of H13 steel after quenching and tempering processes are investigated herein.The results show that the lath width (lath) controls the strength of the H13 steel.The precipitated phases mainly comprise Cr 23 C 6,Cr 7 C 3 and VC.Cited by 1Publish Year 2020Author Junkai Liu,Wenbo Liu,Zhe Hao,Tiantian Shi,Long Kang,Zhexin Cui,Di YunEffect of Tempering Temperature on Microstructure With the increase of tempering temperature,both tensile and yield strength decreased,which can be attributed to the recovery of martensitic laths and the decrease of the quantity of interstitial carbon atoms in the matrix as well as the coarsening of carbides.
Cited by 1Publish Year 2020Author Longfei Li,Bo Song,Biwen Yang,Lei Wang,Wensen ChengEffects of Yttrium and Heat Treatment on the
The effects of normalizing and tempering temperatures on the microstructures and mechanical properties of China Low Activation Martensitic (CLAM) steel with and without yttrium were studied.Based on the optimized traditional heat treatment,two special intermediate heat treatments were studied to improve the mechanical properties of the steels.The AC3 temperature of the CLAM steel was Cited by 2Publish Year 2018Author Shaoyang Wang,Hao Yu,Tao Zhou,Lu WangEffects of Silicon Content and Tempering Temperature on The effects of Si content and tempering temperature on microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of these HT-9 steel w Two kinds of experimental ferritic/martensitic steels (HT-9) with different Si contents were designed for the fourth-generation advanced nuclear reactor cladding material.Cited by 2Publish Year 2019Author Cheng Zhang,Pu Li,Shizhong Wei,Long You,Xiaodong Wang,Feng Mao,Dongliang Jin,Chong Chen,KunmEffect of Tempering Temperatures on the Mechanical glass were better enhanced at temperature of 570oC,while the hardness value was also found to be better at this temperature.The hardness value records it lowest when the sample was heated to a temperature of 650oC while the result obtained from the flexural strength test shows that the bending strength of the tempered glass samples were reduced compared to the control sample.
Cited by 5Publish Year 2015Author Jian Liu,Hao Yu,Juan Wang,Tao Zhou,Chenghao SongEffect of Tempering Temperature after Thermo-Mechanical
In this study,an optimum tempering temperature after a thermo-mechanical control process (TMCP) was proposed to improve the hydrogen-induced ductility loss of high-vanadium X80 pipeline steel.The results showed that with increasing tempering temperature from 450 to 650 °C,the size and quantity of granular bainite decreased but the spacing of deformed lath ferrite and the fraction of Cited by 5Publish Year 2015Author Jian Liu,Hao Yu,Juan Wang,Tao Zhou,Chenghao SongRelated searches for effects of the tempering temperaturesteel tempering temperaturetempering temperature vs hardnesschocolate tempering temperaturesknife tempering temperatureschocolate tempering temperature charttempering temperatures for 1045 steeltempering of steeltempering meaning12345NextCited by 61Publish Year 2016Author Fenggang Liu,Xin Lin,Menghua Song,Haiou Yang,Kan Song,Pengfei Guo,Weidong HuangFrontiers Effect of Tempering Temperature on Impact Wear As the tempering temperature increases,the hardness decreases.The hardness of the sample tempered at 600°C,45.7HRC,is 3 HRC lower than that tempered at 550°C.When the tempering temperature exceeds 600°C,the hardness of test steel decreases drastically.TABLE 3
Cited by 8Publish Year 2017Author Masoud Mirzaee,Amir Momeni,Niloofar Aieni,Hamid KeshmiriEffect of Tempering Temperature on Microstructure
Effect of Tempering Temperature on Microstructure Evolution and Mechanical Properties of 5% Cr Steel via ElectroSlag Casting.Jian Liu.School of Materials Science and Engineering,University of Science and Technology Beijing,Beijing,100083 China.Search for more papers by this author.Cited by 9Publish Year 2020Author Jian Wang,Zinuo Xu,Xiaofeng LuEffect of direct quenched and tempering temperature on the Dec 09,2020·Effect of direct quenched and tempering temperature on the mechanical properties and microstructure of high strength steel Xiong Yang 1,2 ,Wei Yu 1 ,Di Tang 3 ,Yuqian Li 2 ,Dewen Lv 2 ,Jiaxin Shi 1 ,Qiming Du 2 ,Donggui Mei 2 and Jia Fan 2Effect of Rolling and Heat Treatment Process Tempering on Translate this pageThe effects of rolling process and tempering temperature on microstructure and mechanical performance of experimental steel are studied.The results show that the yield ratio and elongation of the experimental steel are lower under noncontrolled rolling; under offline tempering after controlled rolling,the tensile and yield strength decrease slightly with the increase of quenching
In the tempering temperature range of 200°C-400°C,there is sudden increase in impact strength,ductility and toughness of the materials,as the temperature and time increase.The UTS drops Effect of quenching and tempering on microstructure and B.Effect of tempering temperature on microstructure,mechanical properties,and fracture behavior.After austenitization and quenching,the steels possess high strength and low ductility.Tempering is a complementary heat treatment which often aims at reaching aEffect of tempering temperature on microstructure and Dec 25,2016·The tensile strength and yield strength increased first till the tempering temperature reaches 290 ° C310 ° C then decreased with further increasing the tempering temperature.Especially,the strength dramatically decreased when the tempering temperature was above 310 ° C.However,the elongation and percentage reduction of area changed little with increase of the
Aug 15,2016·With increasing tempering temperature,the impact toughness,which is qualified by Charpy V-notch total absorbed energy,initially increases from 142 to 252 J,and then decreases to 47 J,with a maximum value at 650 °C,while the ultimate tensile strength varies inMICROSTRUCTURAL COMP MECHANICAL CONTRIBUTION EFFECT OF INCREASING TE Inclusions No strengthening; fracture ini None Retained carbides after austen Microvoid initiation sites dur None during LTT; coarsening d Dislocations in martensite cry Major strengthening componen Major decreases due to recover Eta/epsilon transition carbide Major strengthening componen Replaced by cementite after te 10 rows on sciencedirect(PDF) Effect of normalizing and tempering temperatures on Effect of normalizing and tempering temperatures on microstructure and mechanical properties of P92 steel August 2015 International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 132:97-105Microstructural component Mechanical contribution Effect of increasing tempering Inclusions No strengthening; fracture initiation si None Retained carbides after austenitizing Microvoid initiation sites during ductil None during LTT; coarsening during HTT Dislocations in martensite crystals Major strengthening component in LTT ste Major decreases due to recovery mechanis Eta/epsilon transition carbides in marte Major strengthening component in LTT ste Replaced by cementite after tempering ab 6 more rows ·Regarding mechanical properties,it has been reported that low-temperature tempering leads to an increase in yield strength,tensile strength,hardness and elastic limit until the tempering temperature exceeds 300°C after which softening processes lead to a decrease in strength.
The effects of tempering on the microstructure and mechanical properties of DP steels have been reported,and reveal that the tempering characteristics of DP steels are affected by chemical composition,volume fraction of martensite,retained austenite,and tempering parameters [ 11 ].Tempering Effects on the Stability of Retained Austenite Correspondingly tempering slightly deteriorates the ductility when the specimens were tempered at 200°C and 500°C without effects on mechanical properties around 400°C.Based on the analysis of relationship between mechanical properties and retained austenite,it was found that the product of tensile strength to total elongation (Rm*ATempering of Steel Stages and Classification Heat Effects of Tempering of Steels on Mechanical Properties In the first stage of tempering of steels having carbon more than 0.2%,martensite decreases its tetragonality,which decreases the hardness of the steels,but there also takes place precipitation of -carbide,which increases the hardness of steels,proportional to its amount formed.
The effects of tempering on carburized Cr-Mo gear steel were investigated through mechanical and fatigue tests.Specimens were carburized at 900°C for 180 minutes,and then oil quenched at 150t for 10 minutes of holding time and cooled to room temperature.The subsequent tempering process was performed to 160°C for 90 minutes.SurfaceThe effect of tempering temperature on microstructure Now,for the first time,the effect of tempering in the range of 250650 °C on the strength,toughness,bendability,microstructure,crystallography and dislocation density of a DQ steel is reported.In the case of tempering at 570 °C,the effects of having a RAQ or DQ starting condition are compared.For the composition and thermal cycles studied,it was found that a peak tempering temperature in the range