By Mei Li, Carelyn Campbell, Katsuyo Thornton, Elizabeth A. Holm, Peter Gumbsch
This booklet represents a suite of papers offered on the 2d global Congress on built-in Computational fabrics Engineering (ICME), a uniqueness convention prepared through The Minerals, Metals & fabrics Society (TMS), and held in 2013.
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A decreasing solute content and the corresponding increasing particle fraction accelerate the recrystallization under constant processing conditions. g. increased speed, can further accelerate the recrystallisation by providing higher driving forces. Altogether this results in a large flow stress spectrum of the material exiting the mill and being wound to a coil. 20 0 600 1200 1800 2400 M O O 3600 4200 4600 S4O0 6000 6600 720C ° storage time in s 600 1200 1800 2400 3000 3600 4200 4800 5403 6000 6600 7200 storage time in s Figure 4: Computation of the material condition after exiting the hot mill and being wound and stored: a) recrystallised volume fraction and b)flowstress The process of winding a coil after rolling must be controlled within a certain process window.
For the first time, it is exploited how ab initio approaches may lead to a detailed understanding and thus to a specific improvement of material development. The challenge lies in the combination of abstract natural science theories with rather engineering-like established concepts. Aiming at the technological target of the development of a new type of structural materials based on Fe-Mn-C alloys, the combination of ab initio and engineering methods is new, but could be followed quite successfully.
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