Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 104, Number 12, Décembre 2007Steelmaking
Use of steel
|Page(s)||604 - 612|
|Published online||17 January 2008|
Relationship among the rolling thickness and the formability properties in a cold rolled 10.5% chromium ferritic stainless steel
The mechanical properties of a 10.5% chromium stainless steel strip have been determined as a function of the cold rolling reduction ratio. The best formability properties after annealing are associated to the higher cold deformation. This is a consequence of the texture development and through thickness homogeneity. The recristallized grains mis-orientation has been studied with the CSL approach and the coincidence index.
© La Revue de Métallurgie, 2007
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