Prediction of microstructure and ductile damage of a high-speed railway axle steel during cross wedge rolling

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Huo, Y; Lin, J; Bai, Q; Wang, B; Tang, X; Ji, H;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.jmatprotec.2016.09.001
  • Subject: Science & Technology | Technology | Engineering, Industrial | Engineering, Manufacturing | Materials Science, Multidisciplinary | Engineering | Materials Science | Unified constitutive modeling | Microstructure evolution | Ductile damage | Cross wedge rolling | High-speed railway axle steel | Experimental validation | LOW-STRESS TRIAXIALITY | CONSTITUTIVE-EQUATIONS | CUTOFF VALUE | FRACTURE | MODEL | PLASTICITY | ALLOY | Materials | 0913 Mechanical Engineering | 0912 Materials Engineering | 0910 Manufacturing Engineering

Microstructure and ductile damage have a significant influence on the deformation behavior of high-speed railway axles during hot cross wedge rolling (CWR) and its final performance. In this study, based on the continuum damage mechanics, a multiaxial constitutive model... View more
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