Inferring dynamic recrystallization in ferrite using the kinetics of static recrystallization
Barnett, Matthew, Kelly, Georgina and Hodgson, Peter 2002, Inferring dynamic recrystallization in ferrite using the kinetics of static recrystallization, Metallurgical and materials transactions. A, Physical metallurgy and materials science, vol. 33A, no. 7, pp. 1893-1900.
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Metallurgical and materials transactions. A, Physical metallurgy and materials science
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A general relationship between the kinetics of dynamic and static recrystallization is developed. It is predicted that conventional dynamic recrystallization will occur whenever the deformation time exceeds the adjusted start time for static recrystallization. This approach is verified using data for austenite and lead. It is then applied to current and previous work on ferrite. The model provides support for the contention that conventional dynamic recrystallization occurs in low carbon ferrite if deformation is carried out at high temperatures and low strain rates. In the present work, which was carried out at 700 °C, evidence for dynamic recrystallization was observed for strain rates less than around 0.01 s−1. At higher strain rates, the model predicts a critical strain for the onset of dynamic recrystallization that exceeds the critical strain for the beginning of the recovery steady-state region. While the model allows dynamic recrystallization to begin in this region, the critical strain for its onset is expected to increase rapidly with increasing strain rate and decreasing temperature once steady state has been reached.
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