The effect of aluminium on mechanical properties and deformation mechanisms of hadfield steel single crystals Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • On single crystals of Hadfield steel (Fe-13Mn-1.3C, Fe-13Mn-2.7Al-1.3C, wt.%) the systematical investigations of deformation mechanisms - slip and twinning, stages of plastic flow, strain hardening coefficient depending on orientation of tensile axis have been carried out by methods of optical and electron microscopy, x-ray analysis. Is has been shown that the combination of low stacking fault energy (γSF = 0.03J/m2) with high concentration of carbon atoms in aluminium-free steel results in development of the mechanical twinning at room temperature in all crystal orientations. The new type of twinning with formation of extrinsic stacking fault has been found out in [001] single crystals. Experimentally it has been established that alloying with aluminium leads to increase of stacking fault energy of Hadfield steel and suppresses twinning in all orientations of crystals at preservation of high values of strain-hardening coefficients θ. © EDP Sciences.

author list (cited authors)

  • Zakharova, E. G., Kireeva, I. V., Chumlyakov, Y. I., Shul'mina, A. A., Sehitoglu, H., & Karaman, I.

citation count

  • 1

publication date

  • December 2004