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Effect of the Finish Rolling Temperature on Mechanical Properties In a hot-strip mill, the finish rolling temperature varies widthwise. This variation affects the transformation behavior during cooling due to the changes in austenite grain size and dislocation density in austenite, and it also changes the temperature range of water cooling on the run-out table as well. 5 mm apart from the edge of strip. The temperature difference between these two positions is about 408C. By changing the water-cooling condition, the temperature difference can be reduced as shown in Fig.
All Rights Reserved. Umemoto et al.  studied the effects of the residual strain on the rate of growth and nucleation separately in pearlite transformation and showed that only the change in nucleation rate is caused by the stored strain. In the transformation model explained above, the effect of austenite grain size on transformation kinetics is considered by using dg. The change in the area of nucleation sites and the change in the rate of nucleation and growth would be taken into consideration by using Eq.
4. Critical strain for dynamic recrystallization Grain size of dynamically recrystallized grain Fraction dynamically recrystallized Dislocation density in dynamically recrystallized grain Dislocation density Grain growth of dynamically recrystallized grain Grain size of statically recrystallized grain Fraction statically recrystallized 5. 6. Change in dislocation density due to recovery Grain growth Copyright 2004 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Calculation model ec ¼ 4:76 Á 10À4 expð8000=TÞ ðaÞ ddyn ¼ 22600½_e expðQ=RTÞÀ0:27 ¼ ZÀ0:27 ; Q ¼ 63800 cal=mol ðbÞ Xdyn ¼ 1 À exp½À0:693ððe À ec Þ=e0:5 Þ2 ðcÞ e0:5 ¼ 1:144 Á 10À3 d00:28 e_ 0:05 expð6420=TÞ ðdÞ rso ¼ 87300½_e expðQ=RTÞ0:248 ¼ 87300Z0:248 ðeÞ rs ¼ rso exp½À90 expðÀ8000=TÞt0:7 ðfÞ re ¼ ðc=bÞð1 À eÀbe Þ þ r0 eÀbe ðgÞ dy ¼ ddyn þ ðdpd À ddyn Þy ðhÞ dpd ¼ 5380 expðÀ6840=TÞ ðiÞ y ¼ 1 À exp½À295_e0:1 expðÀ8000=TÞt ðjÞ dst ¼ 5=ðSveÞ0:6 ðkÞ Sv ¼ ð24=pd0 Þð0:491ee þ 0:155eÀe þ 0:1433eÀ3e Þ ðlÞ Xst ¼ 1 À exp½À0:693ððt À t0 Þ=t0:5 Þ2 ðmÞ t0:5 ¼ 0:286 Á 10À7 SvÀ0:5 e_ À0:2 eÀ2 expð30000=TÞ ðnÞ rr ¼ re exp½À90 expðÀ8000=TÞt0:7 ðoÞ d 2 ¼ dst2 ¼ 1:44 Á 1012 expðÀQ=RTÞt ðpÞ Figure 6 passes.