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Title: An extended 316L stainless steel model suitable for industrial rolling
Authors: Abbod, MF
Mahfouf, M
Linkens, DA
Sellars, CM
Keywords: 316L stainless steel;Dynamic recrystallisation;Non-equation-of-states;Strain rate;Plane strain compression test
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Laval University Press
Citation: 12th IFAC Symposium on Automation in Mining, Mineral and Metal Processing. Québec City, Canada, August 21-23, 2007. pp. 305-310.
Abstract: During hot rolling processes, the material under deformation undergoes different deformation conditions, i.e. temperature changes and strain rates. One particular variable is the change in strain rate which can vary from low to very high values in industrial rolling. Usually empirical models are used for predicting the material characteristics but they are only valid within constrained limits. In this work an extended model has been developed to predict the stress/strain characteristics of 316L stainless steel material under a wider range of deformation conditions, i.e. high strain rates changes which do not follow the equation-of-states laws.
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Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers

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