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Title: The Bauschinger effect magnitude control in ultra-low carbon steel wires.
Authors: David, Felipe Farage
Cordeiro, Rafael de Oliveira
Vasconcelos, Luan Marcel Costa
Batista, Ben Dêivide de Oliveira
Liberato, Frank de Mello
Costa, Adilson Rodrigues da
Keywords: Bauschinger effect
Ultra-low carbon steel wire
Stress relief
Akaike information criterion
Response surface methodology
Issue Date: 2023
Citation: DAVID, F. F. et al. The Bauschinger effect magnitude control in ultra-low carbon steel wires. Materials Research, v. 26, artigo e20220409, 2023. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 15 mar. 2023.
Abstract: The cold roller die process increases the tensile strength and decreases the ductility of steel wire. Annealing heat treatment is applied to restore mechanical properties, but this is a costly process. This research shows that it is possible to control the mechanical properties of ultra-low carbon steel wire inducing the Bauschinger effect and relieving residual steel stresses. The present study uses several pulleys to promote and control the Bauschinger effect magnitude through alternated cyclic bending. A Completely Randomized Design, a regression study, and the Akaike Information Criterion were used to understand the relationship between the quantity and diameter of pulleys and the influence on the magnitude of the Bauschinger effect. Statistical models showed that it is possible to have a maximum increase of 103% in uniform elongation and a maximum decrease of 14% in yield strength. An interaction between the factors studied in controlling the Bauschinger effect magnitude was confirmed.
ISSN: 1980-5373
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