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Strain aging of carbon steel wires

Strain aging of carbon steel wires

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Strain aging refers to changes in mechanical and physical properties resulting from elastic interactions of solute atoms in solid solution with strain fields of dislocations. Strain aging of drawn ca ...
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Number of pages:26
Year published:2016
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By Yoshiro Yamada, Yamada Research & Consulting, Japan
2016
 
Strain aging refers to changes in mechanical and physical properties resulting from elastic interactions of solute atoms in solid solution with strain fields of dislocations. Strain aging of drawn carbon steel wires occurs mainly due to segregation of carbon and/or nitrogen atoms to form their atmosphere around dislocations, by which the yield and the flow stresses are increased. In other words, strain aging of alpha iron and carbon steel wires is based on the migration of solute carbon and/or nitrogen atoms to free dislocations with no carbon or nitrogen atoms segregated yet.
  
 
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