Effect of stress on recrystallization of low carbon steel.
Munly, Richard E.
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This thesis reports a study to determine the effect of elastic stress on the recrystallization of an open hearth loir carbon steel cold worked 50$ from the as received hot rolled condition. A standard lever arm creep unit was used to apply a tensile load to tapered tensile specimens which were heated in a salt bath. Rockwell B hardness measurements were used to follow the course of recrystallization. No evidence was found that stress influenced the recrystallization rate. There was evidence that plastic strain had an accelerating effect on the recrystallization but no quantitative data were obtained.
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