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||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||7th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing
||Microstructure and Texture Evolution of Different High Manganese Cast Steels during Hot Deformation and Subsequent Treatment
||Mohammad Masoumi, Waydson Martins Ferreira, Hamilton de Abreu
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Microstructure and texture evolution were studied in three different austenitic high manganese cast steels in each processing condition. Special attention was paid to the effects of hot deformation and subsequent treatment on grain orientation behavior. The roles of Mn and C elements as well as heat treatment processes were investigated by Thermo-Calc. The texture evolutions in the as-cast, solution heat treatment, as-rolled and subsequent treatment were explored via orientation distribution function (ODF). The results showed that both cubic (bcc) and tetragonal (bct) martensite were found in steels. Strong <111>//ND texture component appeared at specimens after hot deformation, while it weakened at higher carbon content due to the higher stacking fault energy.
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