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Tecnologia em Metalurgia, Materiais e Mineração
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THE DYNAMIC TRANSFORMATION OF FERRITE ABOVE AE3 AND THE CONSEQUENCES ON HOT ROLLING OF STEELS

Fulvio Siciliano, Samuel Filgueiras Rodrigues, Clodualdo Aranas Jr, John Joseph Jonas

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Resumo

The occurrence of dynamic transformation of ferrite (DTF) above Ae3 has recently been proven to be an operative mechanism during hot deformation. This work is a preliminary description of the effects of DTF on the thermo-mechanical control processing (TMCP) in hot rolling of steels and a summary TMCP strategies is presented. The occurrence of dynamic transformation of ferrite in the austenite region is proved by means of synchrotron light diffraction methods. This phase transformation mechanism is taken into consideration and its effects on TMCP are proposed.

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TMCP; Hot rolling; Microalloyed steels; Dynamic transformation of ferrite.

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