Cooling Behavior of Three Microalloyed Forging Steels Reported

Microalloyed forging steels require cooling rates greater than still air to obtain the best form of precipitates and increase strength.  This study, supported by the Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation, determined the critical cooling rates to produce interphase precipitation that results in peak hardness value for three different steel forgings alloys – 15V30M, 38MnVS6 and 15V41.

The Colorado School of Mines report on “Cooling Behavior of Three Microalloyed Forging Steels” is now available in the Technical Report Digital Library on the FIA Website.  Graduate student Sami Syammach, undergraduates Matt Glazier and Jason Duran worked alongside Professors Kip Findley and Chet Van Tyne complete this study. 

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Microalloyed forging steels require cooling rates greater than still air to obtain the best form of precipitates and increase strength.  This study, supported by the Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation, determined the critical cooling rates to produce interphase precipitation that results in peak hardness value for three different steel forgings alloys – 15V30M, 38MnVS6 and 15V41.

The Colorado School of Mines report on “Cooling Behavior of Three Microalloyed Forging Steels” is now available in the Technical Report Digital Library on the FIA Website.  Graduate student Sami Syammach, undergraduates Matt Glazier and Jason Duran worked alongside Professors Kip Findley and Chet Van Tyne complete this study. 

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Microalloyed forging steels require cooling rates greater than still air to obtain the best form of precipitates and increase strength.  This study, supported by the Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation, determined the critical cooling rates to produce interphase precipitation that results in peak hardness value for three different steel forgings alloys – 15V30M, 38MnVS6 and 15V41.

The Colorado School of Mines report on “Cooling Behavior of Three Microalloyed Forging Steels” is now available in the Technical Report Digital Library on the FIA Website.  Graduate student Sami Syammach, undergraduates Matt Glazier and Jason Duran worked alongside Professors Kip Findley and Chet Van Tyne complete this study. 

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