Thermomechanical controlled processing (TMCP) - Dr Phil Kirkwood Lecture
01 Aug 2018
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Thermokinetic Modelling of High-Temperature Evolution of Primary Nb(C,N) in Austenite Applied to Recrystallization of 316Nb Austenitic Stainless Steel
For the first time, the complete nine-element composition of steel was taken into account during isothermal and even anisothermal heat treatments.
Effect of Niobium Addition on the High-Temperature Oxidation Behavior of 22Cr25NiWCoCu Stainless Steel in Air
The results of grazing incidence X-ray diffraction indicated that the steels with Nb additions promoted Cr2O3 formation.
Direct observation of niobium segregation to dislocations in steel
The Charles Hatchett Award is important to identify new applications and markets for Niobium. Introduced over 40 years ago, the Charles Hatchett Award is sponsored by CBMM Niobium and recognizes the best published research on the science and technology of Niobium. The annual award brings together technical experts from around the world and the winning paper is selected by a panel of international experts. The 2017 Charles Hatchett Award winners video presentation shows the acknowledgment of the various questions and uncertainties regarding the alloying elements during the direct observation of Niobium segregation to dislocations in steel. This paper aims to clarify these issues using atomic scale characterization and niobium as the alloying element in steel for grain refinement through the retardation of recrystallization in the hot rolling process and the cold rolling annealing process of the steel materials.
Precipitation of Nb in Ferrite After Austenite Conditioning
The Charles Hatchett Award is important to identify new applications and markets for Niobium. Introduced over 40 years ago, The Charles Hatchett Award is a prestigious recognition that aims to identify new applications and markets for Niobium. The award is sponsored by CBMM | Niobium and recognizes the best published research on the science and technology of Niobium. The annual award brings together technical experts worldwide, and a panel of international experts selects the winning paper. This Charles Hatchett 2014 winners’ presentation unveils the ‘Precipitation of Niobium in Ferrite After Austenite Conditioning’.
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