|About this Abstract
||Materials Science & Technology 2019
||Thermomechanical Processing in Shaping and Forming of Steels
||Deformation Behavior of Non-metallic Inclusions during the Hot Torsion Process of Carbon Steel
||Kaiyu Peng, Wen Yang, Lifeng Zhang
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Non-metallic inclusions are mainly originated from the deoxidation reaction of molten steel and thus are inevitable in steel. The deformation of inclusions occurs mainly in rolling process, especially in the hot rolling process. Thus, in order to control the deformation of inclusions better, it is necessary to study the deformation behavior of inclusions and its influencing factors during the hot rolling process. However, due to the complexity and high cost of industrial experiments and the limited reduction of laboratory compression experiments, hot torsion experiments will be carried out employing a Gleeble thermal simulator to simulate the deformation behavior of inclusions during hot rolling process. And the effects of temperature and strain rate on the deformation behavior of inclusions in the carbon steel will be analyzed in the current work.