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Determination of the Effects of Cooling Rate from

the relationship between cooling rate following solution treatment and the mechanical properties of Pyromet Alloy CTX-3. In addition, it was desired to determine the microstructural effects of post-solution cooling rate on the precipitation reactions accompanying overaging. Procedure

Effect of Cooling Rate From Solution Treatment on

EFFECT OF COOLING RATE FROM SOLUTION TREATMENT ON PRECIPITATION BEHAVIOR AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ALLOY 706 Takashi Shibata*, Tatsuya Takahashi*, Yukoh Shudo*, Mikio Kusuhashi*, Jun-ichi Taira**, and Tohru Ishiguro** Muroran Research Laboratory*, Muroran Plant** The Japan Steel Works, LTD. Effect of Cooling Rate and Ti Addition on the In the current study, the effect of the cooling rate and Ti additions on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the hypereutectic HCCIs, with a main composition of Fe 17 mass%.Cr4 mass%.C, is investigated in the as-cast con-dition. Here, the cooling rates were controlled using three kinds of molds:sand, graphite and metal. From

Effect of Cooling Rate on Graphite Morphology and

Feb 20, 2020 · Also, based on the metallographic observations of the present work, the risk of chunky graphite formation increases with increase in silicon content and with decrease in the cooling rate. Chunky graphite formation affects negatively mechanical properties, especially elongation in ductile cast irons with silicon content higher than 3.5 wt%. Effect of Glaze Cooling Rate on Mechanical Properties of There is a huge discussion in literature about the effect the cooling rate exerts on the mechanical properties and longevity of all-ceramic zirconia restorations. Some authors (2,13) report that the slow cooling of the last firing of veneering porcelain (glaze) reduces the thermal gradient producing lower residual stress because of the

Effect of cooling rate on mechanical properties of aged

Dec 01, 2008 · The effects of the cooling rate on the microstructure and the mechanical properties of aged CuCrZr alloys were examined. The CuCrZr alloys were solution annealed at 980. °C for 0.5 h, cooled down by four different cooling methods and then aged at 400620 °C for 2 h.. The strength showed the highest value at an aging temperature of 440 °C irrespective of the cooling rate and it Effects of Cooling Rate during Quenching and Tempering Decrease in cooling rate (CR) during quenching caused reduction in hardness and strength but did not a ect low-temperature toughness signicantly. After tempering, hardness and strength were reduced and low-temperature toughness was increased. Microstructures and mechanical properties under the various tempering conditions and CRs during

Effects of Sintering Temperature and Cooling Rate on

This research presents the effects of temperature and cooling rate on mechanical properties of powder injection molded 316L Stainless steel. Steel powder and binder were mixed together to produce the feedstock. The green samples were produced by injection molding and debinded. Brown test samples were sintered in vacuum at 1325°C, 1360°C and 0°C for 2h with two heating and cooling rates 5 Effects of cooling rate on the microstructure and these parameters cooling rate from partial solution is the most effective. Therefore, in this research the effects of cooling rate on microstructure and mechanical properties such as:tensile, creep and hardness were investigated. For this purpose, six different cooling rates were applied on the cast

Research Article The Effect of Cooling Rate on

The Effect of Cooling Rate on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glasses WeihongFu, 1 YajuanSun, 1 andWeiZhang 2 School of Science, Tianjin Polytechnic University, Tianjin, China School of Materials Science and Engineering, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin , The effect of cooling rate on the microstructure and Dec 03, 2018 · Furthermore, the cooling rate influences both the composition of the two phase-components and the ratio of their volume fractions, determining the mechanical properties of the sample. The present results confirm the grouping of Co, Fe and Cr in the FCC phase and that of Ni and Ga in BCC phase in the NiCoFeCrGa high-entropy alloy system.


This paper is aimed to study the effect of cooling rate on mechanical properties of Steel 35. Specimens prepared to apply tensile, torsion, impact and hardness tests. Many prepared specimens heat treated at (850oC) for one hour and subsequently were cooled by three different media (Water-Air-furnace) to show the effect of Medias cooling rate on mechanical properties.

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