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Superplastic behavior of iron carbide

AuthorsKim, W. J.; Wolfenstine, J.; Frommeyer, G.; Ruano, Oscar Antonio; Sherby, O. D.
KeywordsSolidified powders
Superplastic deformation
Issue Date1989
CitationScripta Metallurgica 23(9) : 1515-1520 (1989)
AbstractA ceramic-base material containing a matrix of 80% fine-grained iron carbide with 20 wt.% Fe, prepared from rapidly solidified powders, exhibited superplastic behaviour at elevated temperatures. High strain-rate-sensitivity exponents, m, of 0.5-0.7, were observed from 675-1000 deg C and at strain rates as high as 10 exp --2 s exp --1 . The fine-grained (3-4 mu m) material remained equiaxed, and exhibited no significant grain growth, after superplastic deformation. The ductility in the high m region was shown to be a strong function of temperature and strain rate, and to increase as the product epsilon exp(Qc/RT) decreased. This trend is associated with the increasing contribution of superplastic flow during grain boundary separation.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0036-9748(89)90120-8
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