Lab Analysis Of Fe (Ti + Nb) Lab

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FeTiP or Fe(Ti+Nb)P precipitates were observed in each sample, while much more incidence was that of the precipitates with niobium as without it. Precipitates without niobium FeTiP were observed only in 5 samples, in a ratio of 8:1,the Fe(Ti+Nb)P being the one with greater values. Oval shapes of Fe(Ti+Nb)P were observed after recrystallization annealing at the grain bounadries and also inside the grain itself. At the grain boundary in the sample with a lower coiling temperature of 565 °C was observed TiC precipitate (Fig.5). The precipitates were not distributed equally, but in both samples it was possible to observe the tendency of Fe(Ti+Nb)P precipitates to form clusters. In most cases the grain boundaries were more densely occupied by precipitates …show more content…
This weakened effect manifests at lower annealing temperatures of about 650 °C. As the results of the static tensil test shows in Tab.3. The values of a mechanical characteristics such as yield strength and tensile strength are on the same level with conventional IF steels at that temperature. This fact is more significant in the case of higher coiling temperature. During the increase of the annealing temperature , the strengthening is more obvious. Annealing at 850 °C with low coiling temperature at 500 °C causes an increase of yield strength up to 600 MPa. Those values along with low elongation would mean the exclusion from deep-drawing steel qualities and, on the contrary, they would be regarded as high strength steel. This assertion is supported by the values of elongation at the level of 10%. Also a change in size of grain in the range of 10 μm was observed during the process of annealing. The higher the level of temperature of annealing , the greater the size of the grain even to about 22 μm. The strengthening operates in a opposite direction from the size of a grain to the annealing temperature is probably overlapped by precipitation strengthening.The results of electron microscopic analysis confirms, that the sumárna plošná početnosť of precipitated particles in steel

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