Influence of silicon and phosphorous on the mechanical properties of both ferrite and dual-phase steels View Full Text


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DATE

1979-01

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R. G. Davies

ABSTRACT

A study has been made of the influence of up to 2 pct Si and 0.42 pct P upon the strength and ductility of ferrites over a wide grain size range; the grain size was varied fromd−1/2 mm−1/2 = 4 to 14. Although the ductility decreased with increasing strength for all the alloys, the 2 pct Si alloy had the best combination of strength and ductility. The ferrites containing 2 pct Si and 0.2 pct P had greater uniform elongations than conventional HSLA steels at the same tensile strength; it is thought that the ductility of the ferrites is enhanced by the presence of Si while the ductility of conventional HSLA steels is reduced by the presence of carbide precipitates. With the theory for a composite of two ductile phases and the results for the fine-grained alloyed ferrites, the change in uniform elongation as a function of tensile strength was predicted for dual-phase (martensite plus ferrite) steels. Good agreement was found between the prediction and experimental results for dual-phase steels containing up to 0.2 pct P or 2 pct Si; the 2 pct Si alloy had the best combination of strength and ductility of all dual-phase steels so far reported. This study again emphasizes the importance of the high strength, high ductility ferrite in controlling the properties of dual-phase steels. More... »

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113-118

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