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Effect of Die Strength and Work Piece Strength on the Wear of Hot Forging Dies

B.S. Levy and C.J. Van Tyne, “Effect of Die Strength and Work Piece Strength on the Wear of Hot Forging Dies”, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, Vol. 24, (2015), pp. 416-425.

Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Effects of Chemical Composition, Heat Treatment, and Microstructure in Splittable Forged Steel Connecting Rods

R. Cryderman,Danielle Rickert, Kelly Puzak, John Speer, and David Matlock, “Effects of Chemical Composition, Heat Treatment, and Microstructure in Splittable Forged Steel Connecting Rods,” SAE J. Mater. Manuf., Vol. 8(3), 2015.

Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Microstructural Evolution in 4340 Steel after Quenching and Tempering

A.J. Clarke, D.R. Coughlin, M.K. Miller, R.D. Field, K.D. Clarke, K.A. Powers, P.J. Gibbs, P.A. Papin, V.K. Judge, D.T. Pierce, D.J. Alexander, E. De Moor, J.G. Speer, and G. Krauss, "Microstructural Evolution in 4340 Steel after Quenching and Tempering," Proc. of the Intl. Conf. on Solid-Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials 2015, eds. M. Militzer, G. Botton, L.-Q. Chen, J. Howe, C. Sinclair, and H. Zurob, pp. 1107-14.
Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Effects of Starting Microstructure and Vanadium Content on the Nitriding Response of Medium Carbon Bar Steels

J. Klemm-Toole, K.O. Findley, R. Cryderman, M. Burnett, “Effects of Starting Microstructure and Vanadium Content on the Nitriding Response of Medium Carbon Bar Steels,” in Advances in Metallurgy of Long and Forged Products, Vail, CO, 2015, pp. 261-273.
Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Austenite Grain Growth and Precipitate Evolution in a Carburizing Steel with Combined Niobium and Molybdenum Additions

CHARLES M. ENLOE, Materials Engineer, General Motors LLC, GM Product Development Materials Engineering, Warren, MI 48090. KIP O. FINDLEY, Associate Professor, and JOHN G. SPEER, John Henry Moore Distinguished Professor, Director, are with the George S. Ansell Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO 80401.  Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center. 2016

Comparison of Two Physical Simulation Tests to Determine the No-Recrystallization Temperature in Hot Rolled Steel Plates

C. N. Homsher and C. J. Van Tyne, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO 80401.  Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center. 2016

Correlation Between Crystal Structure Change and Transformation Strain for Multiphase Transformations Torsional Fatigue Performance of Induction Hardened 1045 and 10V45 Steels

Lee Rothleutner, Robert Cryderman, and Chester J. Van Tyne, George S. Ansell Dept. of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO 80401 USA.  Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center. 2016

Effect of Heating Rate and Microstructural Scale on Austenization

1Kester D. Clarke, 1Amy J. Clarke, 1Robert E. Hackenberg, 1Chastity J. Vigil, 2Chester J. Van Tyne, 1Los Alamos National Laboratory, P.O. Box 1663, Los Alamos, NM 87544 USA 2Colorado School of Mines, 1500 Illinois St., Golden, CO 80401 USA.  Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center. 2016

A Comparison Study on Depth of Decarburization and the Role of Stable Carbide Forming Elements in 1075 Plain Carbon Steel and 440A Stainless Steel Warm and Hot Working Applications
C.J. Van Tyne and J. Walters
Austenitizing in Steels
John G. Speer, Advanced Steel processing and Products Research Center, Colorado School of Mines
Robert J. Gaster, deere & Company, Moline Technology Innovation Center
 
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Ultra-Fine Grain Processing of Steel Billet – Phase I – Effect of Initial Microstructure on the Microstructural Evolution and Tensile Properties of 4140 Steel

Thomas Kozmel, Ryan Cassel and Sammy Tin, Illinois Institute of Technology This investigation showed that the starting microstructure of 4140 steel plays a major role in the development of thermal – mechanical processes capable of producing sub-micron grain sizes.

DEVELOPING DATA BASES FOR THE MODELING OF DECARBURIZATION IN STEEL

By Rebecca D. Cioffi and Roger N. Wright, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Stephen Mayott, General Dynamics Electric Boat

Decarburization in High Alloy Steels
By Magdalene Joy Jackson - Graduate Student of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2012
The purpose of this FIERF sponsored study is to expand the current database of known decarburization depths at given temperatures and to indicate the relationship chromium (Cr) has as an alloying element in high, medium, and low quantities. The steels considered for this study were D2, A2, and O1 tool steels with high, medium, and low chromium content.
VANADIUM AND ALUMINUM COMPETITION FOR NITROGEN IN MICROALLOYED FORGING STEELS Hot Working and Recrystallization of As-Cast 317L An Exploration of Cost-Effective Solutions for Gear Production

Kenneth Craymer, John Dalton and Michael Lyrenmann, Case Western Reserve University Department of Materials Science and Engineering. 2009 FIERF Forging Achievement Award Student Paper Winner.

An Analysis of Tensile Deformation Behavior and Microstructural Evolution in an Artificially Banded SAE 5140

T.F. Majka, D.K. Matlock, G. Krauss, and M.T. Lusk, Proceedings of the ISS 42nd Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, vol. XXXVIII, 2000, pp. 75-87. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

The Ancestry, Artistry and Metallurgy of Wootz Damascus Steel

Emily Yocom, FIERF Professor Chet Van Tyne, Colorado School of Mines. 2005 Forging Achievement Award Student Paper.

Deformation and Fracture of Direct-Cooled Bainitic Forging Steels

G. Krauss and D.K. Matlock, Proceeding of the International Symposium on Hot Workability of Light Alloy-Composites, ed. by H.J. McQueen, E.V. Konopleva and N.D. Ryan, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal, Canada in 1996. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Development of Microalloyed Steels for High Temperature Carburizing

D.K. Matlock, J.G. Speer, S.G. Jansto, and M. Stuart, Proceedings of the Fourth Baosteel Biennial Academic Conference, ed. by XU Leijiang, Baosteel, Shanghai, China, 2010, pp. E-1 to E-5. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

A Digital Image Processing Technique for Quantification of Surface Hot-Shortness Cracks

L. Garza and C.J. Van Tyne, Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Vol. 34, 2006, pp. 1-4. (pdf) Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Effect of Bismuth, Selenium, and Tellurium on Hot Workability of SAE-8620 Steel

C.H. Ericksen, D.J. Medlin, C.J. Van Tyne, and G. Krauss, Proceedings of 38th Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, vol. XXXIV, ISS, Warrendale, PA, 1997, pp. 601-610. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

The Effects of Direct Quenching After Forging on the Toughness of Medium Carbon Steel

J.A. Johnson and D.K. Matlock, Proceedings of 38th Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, vol. XXXIV, ISS, Warrendale, PA, 1997, pp. 635-640. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Effect of Forging Strain Rate and Deformation Temperature on the Mechanical Properties of Warm-Worked 304L Stainless Steel

N.T. Switzner, C.J. Van Tyne, and M.C. Mataya, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol. 210 (2010), pp. 998-1007. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

The Effect of Nickel Content on the Thermal Processing of 4330 Alloys

Elizabeth Ann Bilitz, Department of Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, Finkl Challenge Grant supported Masters' Thesis research hot tensile tested three modifications of forged 4330 steel using a Gleeble 3500. Comparisons of nickel content ranging from 1.75 to 2.85 wt.% nickel tested over a temperature range of 950-1300C at a strain rate of 0.004s-1 are reported. The highest nickel sample set showed losses in ductility at lower temperature than the other two 4330 modifications.

Effects of Heating Rate and Prior Microstructure on SAE 1541 Forging Steel

Adam Shutts, Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center, Colorado School of Mines

Effects of Heating Rate on Austenite Grain Growth in a Ti-Modified SAE 8620 Steel with Controlle Niobium Additions

K.A. AlOgab, D.K. Matlock, J.G. Speer, and H.J. Kleebe, ISIJ International, Vol. 47, No. 7, 2007, pp.1034-1041. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Effect of Hot Working Reduction Ratios on the Torsional Fatigue of Strand Cast AISI 4140 Steel

B. Rittgers, R.H. Frost, G. Krauss, D.K. Matlock, and J. Wei in Proceedings of 31st ISS Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, ISS, Warrendale, PA vol. XXVII, 1990, pp. 99113. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

The Effect of Nitrogen on the Cold Forgeability of 1020 Steel

Tricia J. Douthit, FIERF Professor C. J. Van Tyne, Colorado School of Mines. 2000 Forging Achievement Award Student Paper.

The Effects of Nitrogen on the Cold Forging Properties of 1020 Steel

T.J. Douthit and C.J. Van Tyne, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, vol. 160, 2005, pp. 335-347. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Effect of Prior Microstructure on Austenite Decomposition and Associated Distortion

R. Ramanathan and R.P. Foley, MMAE Department, Illinois Institute of Technology

The Effects of Prior Microstructure on Spheroidizing Kinetics and Cold Workability in Bar Steels

A. Allen Schaneman Jr., Colorado School of Mines, FIERF Graduate Fellowship

Effect of Prior Microstructure and Heating Rate on Austenite Formation Kinetics in Three Steels for Induction Hardened Components

Kester D. Clarke, FIERF Fellow and C.J. Van Tyne, FIERF Professor, Colorado School of Mines

Feasibility of Electro-Slag Cast Steel for Hot-Working Tools

Y.H. Moon, J.W. Kim and C. J. Van Tyne, Metals and Materials International, vol. 11, 2005, pp. 169-176. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Fatigue Performance of High Temperature Vacuum Carburized Nb M

R.E. Thompson, D.K. Matlock, and J.G. Speer, SAE Technical Paper #2007-01-1007, SAE, Warrendale, PA, 2007; also published in Steel Innovations, Fatigue Research, Sheet/hydro/Gas Forming Technology & Advanced High Strength Steel Development, SP-2103, SAE, Warrendale, PA, 2007 pp. 263-278. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Flow Behavior and Microstructural Evolution of INCOLOY 945 during High Temperature Deformation

Master's Thesis of Stephen Coryell, Faculty Advisor Dr. Kip Finley, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 2009-10 FIERF Graduate Fellowship

Flow Stress and Microstructural Evolution during Hot Working of Alloy 22Cr-13Ni-5Mn-0.3N Austenitic Stainless Steel

M.C. Mataya, C.A. Perkins, S.W. Thompson, and D.K. Matlock, Metallurgical Transactions A, vol. 27A, 1996, pp. 1251-1266. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

The Forging of a Japanese Katana

Michael Morimoto, FIERF Professor Chet Van Tyne, Colorado School of Mines 2004 Forging Achievement Award Student Paper.

Grain Size and Forgeability of a Titanium Microalloyed Forging Steel

P.A. Oberly, C.J. Van Tyne, and G. Krauss, SAE Technical Paper Series No. 910146, SAE, Warrendale, PA, 1991. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Hydraulic Press, Mechanical Press, Screw Press, or HERF: A Comparison of 304L Forging Processes

N.T. Switzner, C.J. Van Tyne and M.C. Mataya, in CD Proceedings of 27th Forging Industry Technical Conference and Energy Summit, Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA, 2007. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Investigation of the Proper Hot Forging Temperatures for Various Steel Grades

Jeremiah MacSleyne, FIERF Professor Chester J. Van Tyne, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines. 2001 Forging Achievement Award Student Paper.

Microalloyed Forging Steels for Automotive Applications

C.J. Van Tyne, D.K. Matlock, and J.G. Speer, Proceedings of International Conference on Automotive Material & Manufacturing 2010, ARAI Forging Industry Division, Pune, India, (2010), pp. 51-56. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Microstructural Control and Properties in Nb-Modified Carburized Steels

K.A. AlOgab, D.K. Matlock, and J.G. Speer, Proceedings, New Developments on Metallurgy and Applications of High Strength Steels, edited by Teresa Perez, published by Tenaris, Ternium, and Argentina Association of Materials, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Paper #75, 2008, 14 pages. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

A Modern Look at Decarburization

Steven W. Mayott, Dr. Roger N. Wright, Thesis Adviser, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, This work established a strong base for prediction of decarburization response in Forgings, 2009-10 FIERF Graduate Fellowship

New Options for Steel Selection for Automotive Applications

K. Grassl, S.W. Thompson, and G. Krauss, SAE Technical Paper Series No. 890508, SAE, Warrendale, PA, 1989. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Optimized Carburized Steel Fatigue Performance as Assessed with Gear and Modified Brugger Fatigue Tests

Jason Spice, FIERF Fellow and Professor David Matlock, Colorado School of Mines.

Predicting Fatigue Lives of Carburized Steels Based on Residual Stress Profiles and Microstructural Influences

K.O. Findley, G. Krauss, and D.K. Matlock, in Proceedings of International Conference on Fracture, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada 2009. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Property and Microstructure Variation in Forging Bar Steels

Lee Rothleutner, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 2010 FIERF Fellowship, Presented at 2011 Forging Industry Technical Conference.

Solidification Structure and the Effects of Hot Reduction in Continuously Cast Steels for Bar and Forgings (pdf)
C.V. White, G. Krauss, and D.K. Matlock, I&SM, vol. 25, no. 9, 1998, pp. 73-79. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
Study of Premium H13 for Improved Toughness and Temperature Resistance

Roger N. Wright, Professor of Materials Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Surface Hot-Shortness of 1045 Forging Steel with Residual Copper

L.G. Garza and C.J. Van Tyne, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, vol. 159, 2005, pp. 169-180. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Thermal Shock Resistance of Electroslag Cast Steel for Hot-working Tools

Y.H. Moon, J.W. Kim and C.J. Van Tyne, in Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies (AMPT2003), edited by A.G. Olabi and S.J. Hashmi, 2003, pp. 1128-1131; also published in J. Mat. Proc. Tech., vols. 155-156, 2004, pp 2122-2126. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Thermal and Mechanical Properties for Electro-Slag Cast Steel for Hot Working Tools

Y.H. Moon, B.H. Kang and C.J. Van Tyne, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, vol. 19, 2005, pp. 496-504. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Toughness of MediumCarbon Forging Steels with Direct Cooled Bainitic Microstructures

K.J. Grassl, S.W. Thompson, D.K. Matlock, and G. Krauss in Proceedings of 31st ISS Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, ISS, Warrendale, PA, vol. XXVII, 1990, pp. 137143. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

The Effect of Silicon and Retained Austenite on Direct-Cooled Microalloyed Forging Steels with Bainitic Microstructures

A.J. Bailey, G. Krauss, S.W. Thompson, and W.A. Szilva, Proceedings of 37th Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Conference, ISS, Warrendale, PA, vol. XXXIII, 1996, pp. 455-462. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Workability of Medium Carbon 1045 Forging Steel with Residual Copper

L.G. Garza and C.J. Van Tyne, Proceedings of 24th Forging Technical Conference, 2002, FIA, Journal of Materials Processing and Technology, 2004, pp. 279-290. Provided to FIA Members by Colorado School of Mines Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.

Workability of Medium Carbon 1045 Forging Steel with Residual Copper

Luis Garza, FIERF Fellow and FIERF Professor Chet Van Tyne, Colorado School of Mines.