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Vanadium and niobium microalloying to increase strength of high-carbon wire steels

Vanadium and niobium microalloying to increase strength of high-carbon wire steels

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In order to investigate the effect of V, Nb, and N additions on the strength of eutectoid steels, laboratory heats were prepared and continuous cooling experiments were conducted using a GleebleĀ® 350 ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:2013
Weight:0.2500
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By Stephanie L. Miller and Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines, USA
2013
 
In order to investigate the effect of V, Nb, and N additions on the strength of eutectoid steels, laboratory heats were prepared and continuous cooling experiments were conducted using a Gleeble® 3500 thermomechanical simulator. V strengthening effects were observed in all microalloyed steels, and maximum strengthening was observed in the V+N steel. The V+Nb steel was found to have the greatest refinement of colony size and ILS, and subsequently higher hardness among the test alloys.
  
 
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