percent ( = 0.001) or 0.2 percent ( = 0. 002) and the stress-strain curve itself. The total strain at any point along the curve in Fig. 5.3 is partly plastic after yielding begins. The amount of elastic strain can be determined by unloading the specimen at some deformation, as at point A. When the load is removed, the specimen shortens by an Effect of Zr on microstructure and high- mechanical Effect of Zr on microstructure and high-temperature mechanical properties of yield stress (R e) and the ratio R e /R m were analysed by MATLAB software. For both steels, yield stress and tensile the sensitivity of the steel to increase of strain rate through the . R e /R m ratio, which is completely .
Ernst HA, Bravo RE, Villasante JA, Izquierdo A (2011) Effect of the yield to tensile ratio on structural integrity of linepipes subjected to internal pressure. J Offshore Mech Arct Eng 133(3):031401031407. Effect of multiple passes on Lüders/yield plateaus Ernst HA, Bravo RE, Villasante JA, Izquierdo A (2011) Effect of the yield to tensile ratio on structural integrity of linepipes subjected to internal pressure. J Offshore Mech Arct Eng 133(3):031401031407. Effect of the Strain Rate on Mechanical Properties and The mechanical properties and microstructure of the high strength low alloy HC340LA were obtained with different strain rate. The research shows that the better plasticity, higher tensile strength and yield ratio can be found in high speed tensile state than in quasi-static tension. The plasticity and tensile strength decrease with the increasing of the strain rate during the high speed tension.
The effects of mechanical strength and yield ratio on the seismic steel are significant. This paper investigated the mechanical strength and yield ratio of medium carbon seismic steel by deep cryogenic treatment at 60°C and 110°C for 60120 s and tempering at 350°C for 30 minutes. The microstructure, misorientation, grain boundary, and size were characterized by electron Effects of Start and Finish Cooling Temperatures on The effects of start and finish cooling temperatures on microstructure and mechanical properties of low-carbon high-strength and low-yield ratio bainitic steels were investigated in this study. Four kinds of low-carbon high-strength and low-yield ratio bainitic steels were fabricated by varying the start and finish cooling temperatures and cooling rates, and their microstructure and mechanical Effects of Strain Rates on Mechanical Properties and The results showed that the strain rate sensitivity of yield strength is bigger than that of ultimate tensile strength; as strain rate increased, the formation of microcracks and voids at the ferrite/martensite interface can be alleviated; the strain rate effect is unevenly distributed in the plastic deformation region.
Dec 01, 2005 · Fig. 5 (a) compares the stressstrain curves of the alloys B-05, B-06 and C-11, showing the effect of Zn / Y ratio when zinc content was fixed at 4 wt.%. When Zn / Y ratio was decreased slightly from 6.7 to 5 (alloys B-05 and B-06), the yield strength (YS) and ultimate tensile strength (UTS) increased slightly from 132 to 142 MPa, and from 240 to 245 MPa, respectively. Effects of strain rate on mechanical properties effect of strain rate on the mechanical property of aluminum alloys is determined by the strain rate and alloy element to some extent. In addition, strain rate may influence microstructure according to several studies. MA et al  found that higher strain rate could be favorable for developing more Factors that Affect the Yield Strength of Metals MetallurgyEffect of Strain Rate:Another factor that increases load on forming equipment is the rate at which the forming process is carried out. At higher rates of strain the flow stress of material increases leading to higher loads on the equipment. The effect of strain rate on yield strength for an alloy is
Oct 28, 2020 · The relationship between microstructure evolution and mechanical performance of AlZnMgCu alloys with varying Cu/Mg ratios was discussed in detail under different two-step aging (T7X). The results showed that the undissolved second-phase particles including -Al7Cu2Fe and T-Al2Mg3Zn occurred in the quenched AlZnMgCu alloys. When the Cu/Mg ratio approaches 1.64, Numerical Study on the Effects of Chemical Composition Aug 12, 2018 · DP steel is composed of softer ferrite phase and harder martensite phase which provides advantages on the continuous yielding behavior, lower yield ratio and higher strain hardening rate. 1, 2 In industrial production, DP steel is successively produced by continuous hot rolling, tandem cold rolling as well as continuous annealing after The Effects of Rotational Speed on Microstructure and Mar 17, 2020 · In the present research, the effects of friction stir welding (FSW) on the microstructure of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy (AA) thin sheet were investigated. For this purpose, three different welding rotational speeds of 600, 1000 and 1600 rpm at the constant traverse speed of 50 mm/min were studied. It was observed that FSW of an AA7075 thin sheet leads to an irrecoverable drastic reduction in the
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Jan 31, 2020 · They claimed that the yield strength and subsurface-crack initiation ratio in high cycle fatigue regime can both exert positive influences on its fatigue limit. Moreover, the fracture toughness is sensitive to the microstructure. Lin et al. [ 11] found that strain rate or deformation amount can reduce the fraction of .