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Title: The use of dilatometry aiming to evaluate the metallurgical aspect of coil slump in a hot‐rolled medium carbon steel.
Authors: Fernandes, João Lucas Ribeiro e
Souza, Altair Lúcio de
Faria, Geraldo Lúcio de
Keywords: Phase transformations
Issue Date: 2022
Citation: FERNANDES, J. L. R. e; SOUZA, A. L. de; FARIA, G. L. de. The use of dilatometry aiming to evaluate the metallurgical aspect of coil slump in a hot‐rolled medium carbon steel. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, v. 147, p. 6593-6603, 2022. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 29 abr. 2022.
Abstract: The hot coil slump is a recurrent problem in the manufacturing process of medium and high equivalent carbon steel plates. Even with the success of the hot rolling procedure, the posterior coil slump can occur, representing operational disorder and manufacturing cost increase. Some authors point that the coil slump phenomenon can occur due to metallurgical, mechani- cal and geometric aspects. Preview studies already investigated several possible mechanical and geometric contributions. However, there are few available experimental data about the metallurgical one, that is, the efect of late austenite decom- position during, or after the coiling stage. In this context, this paper presents a study about the application of dilatometry technique aiming to evaluate the infuence of late phase transformations as a relevant cause of a medium carbon steel coil slump. Heating cycles that simulated, with good agreement, some possible plate cooling conditions and isothermal coiling procedures were performed in standardized specimens using a quenching dilatometer. Diferent combinations of cooling rates and coiling temperatures were evaluated. It was possible to conclude that the dilatometry technique application is viable and efcient to evaluate the metallurgical contribution to the coil slump phenomenon. For the studied steel, it was possible to suggest that a decrease of the cooling rate, in association with a slight decrease of coiling temperature, can signifcantly suppress the metallurgical infuence on the coil slump occurrences.
ISSN: 1588-2926
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