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Metals ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
pp. 137
Kai Feng ◽  
Xiaxu Huang ◽  
Rui Wang ◽  
Wenli Xue ◽  
Yilei Fu ◽  

Revealing the recrystallization behavior and mechanism of this new alloy is of great significance to subsequent research. In this study, the Ni-36.6W-15Co ternary medium heavy alloy was solution-treated at 1100–1200 °C for different lengths of time. The grain size change, microstructure and texture evolution as well as twin development during recrystallization annealing were analyzed using SEM, EBSD and TEM techniques. The study found that complete recrystallization occurs at 1150 °C/60 min. In addition, it takes a longer amount of time for complete recrystallization to occur at 1100 °C. The value of the activation energy Q1 of the studied alloys is 701 kJ/mol and the recrystallization process is relatively slow. By comparing the changes of microstructure and texture with superalloys, it is found that the recrystallization mechanism of the studied alloy is different from that of the superalloy. The development of annealing twins has a great influence on the recrystallization behavior and mechanism. The results show that the twin mechanism is considered as the dominant recrystallization mechanism of the studied alloy, although the formation and development of sub-grains appear in the early stage of recrystallization.

Byoung-Hyun Yoon ◽  
Ji-Yeon Shim ◽  
Bong-Yong Kang

Xiao-hui Wang ◽  
Zhen-bao Liu ◽  
Jian-xiong Liang ◽  
Zhi-yong Yang ◽  
Yue Qi

Abstract The metadynamic recrystallization behavior of Cr-Co-Ni-Mo ultrahigh-strength martensitic stainless steel was studied in a double-pass isothermal compression test, and a metadynamic recrystallization kinetics model for softening was established. The results showed that the metadynamic recrystallization softening rate of the steel not only depended on the deformation temperature and strain rate but was also related to the dynamic precipitation and the local shear bands in the steel. When the deformation temperature was below 1050 °C, the dynamically precipitated M6C carbides pinned the grain boundaries and hindered metadynamic recrystallization. When the steel was deformed at a deformation temperature of 1000~1050 °C and a strain rate of 1.0~5.0 s-1, a large number of local shear bands were generated. The local shear bands increased the number of nucleation sites for dynamic recrystallization and enhanced the softening rate of metadynamic recrystallization.

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