Structural and phase transformations in nanostructured 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel during cold deformation by high pressure torsion and subsequent heating

E. G. Astafurova, S. V. Dobatkin, E. V. Naydenkin, S. V. Shagalina, G. G. Zakharova, Yu F. Ivanov

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The structural and phase transformations which take place in low-carbon 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel during deformation by high pressure torsion (HPT) and subsequent heating have been studied using transmission electron microscopy and X-ray structural analysis methods. Whatever the initial state, be it ferritic-pearlitic or martensitic (obtained by quenching from 950°C and 1180°C), HPT at room temperature leads to the formation of a nanosized oriented grain-subgrain structure. The average size of the elements of the grain-subgrain structure in the 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel after severe plastic deformation is larger in the initially ferritic-pearlitic state (95 nm) than in the initially martensitic states (65 and 50 nm after quenching from 950°C and 1180°C, respectively). It is shown that quenching from 950°C and 1180°C causes the formation of the martensite of different fineness, providing, in turn, nanostructures of different dimensions and different levels of the strength properties after HPT. Quenching from 1180°C is conducive to a higher thermal stability of the HPT-induced nanocrystalline structure of the 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel on account of the larger amount of vanadium carbide precipitates. It is found that HPT leads to a considerable increase in the microhardness of the 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel as compared to its microhardness in the initial state (more than 3 times as high in the ferritic-pearlitic state and more than 2 times as high the initially martensitic states).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)109-120
Number of pages12
JournalNanotechnologies in Russia
Volume4
Issue number1-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2009

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Structural and phase transformations in nanostructured 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel during cold deformation by high pressure torsion and subsequent heating. / Astafurova, E. G.; Dobatkin, S. V.; Naydenkin, E. V.; Shagalina, S. V.; Zakharova, G. G.; Ivanov, Yu F.

In: Nanotechnologies in Russia, Vol. 4, No. 1-2, 01.02.2009, p. 109-120.

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Astafurova, E. G. ; Dobatkin, S. V. ; Naydenkin, E. V. ; Shagalina, S. V. ; Zakharova, G. G. ; Ivanov, Yu F. / Structural and phase transformations in nanostructured 0.1% C-Mn-V-Ti steel during cold deformation by high pressure torsion and subsequent heating. In: Nanotechnologies in Russia. 2009 ; Vol. 4, No. 1-2. pp. 109-120.
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