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Podany P.,Comtes Fht | Balcar M.,ZDAS
Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2011, MS and T'11 | Year: 2011

The article deals with production of the micro alloyed steel forged products for oil industry. Customer requires high toughness in lowered temperatures, guaranteed weldability and also relatively high yield strength. Applied heat of steel has 0,1 of carbon content and 1,5 percent of manganese. Conventional alloying with conventional heat treatment not always lead to consistency in mechanical properties. Application of usual heat treatment (quenching and subsequent tempering) ensures only close compliance of requirements in yield strength. It is also complicated to meet adequate toughness at -46°C by applying conventional heat treatment. New heats with combination of several microalloying elements (Ti, V, Nb, Zr) were prepared. Physical simulation of forging on real specimens was done on unique device with possibilities of temperature and deformation controlling. The main goal of this experiment was to assess mechanical and microstructural properties of steel after addition of various amounts of various microalloying elements. Copyright © 2011 MS&T'11®. Source


Podany P.,Comtes Fht | Balcar M.,ZDAS
AIST Steel Properties and Applications Conference Proceedings - Combined with MS and T'11, Materials Science and Technology 2011 | Year: 2011

The article deals with production of the micro alloyed steel forged products for oil industry. Customer requires high toughness in lowered temperatures, guaranteed weldability and also relatively high yield strength. Applied heat of steel has 0.1 of carbon content and 1.5 percent of manganese. Conventional alloying with conventional heat treatment not always lead to consistency in mechanical properties. Application of usual heat treatment (quenching and subsequent tempering) ensures only close compliance of requirements in yield strength. It is also complicated to meet adequate toughness at -46°C by applying conventional heat treatment. New heats with combination of several microalloying elements (Ti, V, Nb, Zr) were prepared. Physical simulation of forging on real specimens was done on unique device with possibilities of temperature and deformation controlling. The main goal of this experiment was to assess mechanical and microstructural properties of steel after addition of various amounts of various microalloying elements. Source


Skobir D.A.,Slovenian Institute of Metals And Technology | Godec M.,Slovenian Institute of Metals And Technology | Balcar M.,ZDAS | Jenko M.,Slovenian Institute of Metals And Technology
Materiali in Tehnologije | Year: 2010

In this work, hot-forged, high-strength, low-alloy (HSLA) steels based on the chemical composition 34CrNiMo6 were investigated in order to determine the type of precipitates forming and their effect on the mechanical properties. The individual steels were microalloyed with one of the following elements or a combination of elements: niobium, titanium or zirconium and vanadium. The compositional changes in the microstructure and the various kinds of precipitates observed in the microalloyed steels were examined using energy-dispersive spectroscopy (EDS). Optical and scanning electron microscopy studies revealed that the addition of microalloying elements did not change very much the main microstructural features due to the fact that all the microstructures consisted of tempered martensite and finely dispersed carbide precipitates along martensite laths. In all the microstructures relatively large precipitates of the microalloyed elements were observed. This could be a possible reason for observing no significant improvement in the mechanical properties. Source


Martinek P.,Comtes Fht | Polakova I.,Comtes Fht | Balcar M.,ZDAS | Sochor L.,ZDAS
Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2011, MS and T'11 | Year: 2011

This paper describes the production of heat-resistant 1.4922 steel and the challenges in open-die forging of this material. It presents a numerical simulation of forging an 8K-type ingot into a stepped bar. The numerical simulation should lead to finding optimum forming conditions, using tracking of points selected in the initial ingot to their final positions in the forging. The final product contains defects. By tracking paths of points associated with them throughout the forming process, it should be possible to identify their initial locations within the ingot. At the beginning of the simulation, the points were set along the axis of the top and bottom of the ingot and on the surface of the anticipated cone of sedimentation within the ingot. The simulation should lead to optimization of the forming process and to adapting the initial stock in such a way, as to either completely eliminate the defects or to ensure that they are torced outside the final product shape by the forging process. Copyright © 2011 MS&T'11®. Source


Martinek P.,Comtes Fht | Polakova I.,Comtes Fht | Balcar M.,ZDAS | Sochor L.,ZDAS
AIST Steel Properties and Applications Conference Proceedings - Combined with MS and T'11, Materials Science and Technology 2011 | Year: 2011

This paper describes the production of heat-resistant 1.4922 steel and the challenges in open-die forging of this material. It presents a numerical simulation of forging an 8K-type ingot into a stepped bar. The numerical simulation should lead to finding optimum forming conditions, using tracking of points selected in the initial ingot to their final positions in the forging. The final product contains defects. By tracking paths of points associated with them throughout the forming process, it should be possible to identify their initial locations within the ingot. At the beginning of the simulation, the points were set along the axis of the top and bottom of the ingot and on the surface of the anticipated cone of sedimentation within the ingot. The simulation should lead to optimization of the forming process and to adapting the initial stock in such a way, as to either completely eliminate the defects or to ensure that they are forced outside the final product shape by the forging process. Source

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