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|Title: ||Effect of Microstructural Texture on the Creep Behavior|
|Authors: ||S.H. Wang；C.C. Chiang；S.L.I. Chan|
|Issue Date: ||2016-03-01T03:08:14Z
|Publisher: ||Journal of Materials Science|
|Abstract: ||The two steels were prepared with the same composition but different rolling processes. The equiaxed grain of TMCP EH36 steel was produced by thermo-mechanical control rolling (TMCP) with an accelerated cooling process. The banded structure of SM490C steel was produced using the conventional hot rolling process. After creep the results show that the apparent activation energy and apparent stress exponent in the band structure of SM490C steel are much higher than that in the equiaxed grain of TMCP EH36 steel. The second phase distribution and morphology have an important effect on the creep behavior in this study.|
|Appears in Collections:||[機械與機電工程學系] 博碩士論文|
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