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||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||7th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing
||KK-1: Central Segregation of High-carbon Steel Billet and Its Heredity to the Hot-rolled Wire Rods
||Yuan Ji, Yujun Li, Shaoxiang Li, Xiaofeng Zhang, Jiaquan Zhang
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The study describes central segregation of the High-carbon steel billets of 150mm square and its heredity to the following hot-rolled wire rods, whose sizes are 10mm and 6.5mm in diameter separately. The relationship between center segregation of the billets and solute element distribution of rods, the mechanical properties and microstructure of rods were studied. The results show that segregation index of C is higher than that of Mn. With the increase of central segregation, the stability of the mechanical property of rods becomes worse. The formation of carbide network and central martensite in the rolled products can be attributed to the heredity of the as-cast central segregation. The 6.5mm-diameter-rod has higher tensile strength than that of 10mm diameter which might be due to bigger reduction ratio. Thermo Mechanical Control Process(TMCP) should be used together with the technology of billet center-segregation-controlling (BCSC) to improve the overall properties of rolled products effectively.
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