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Nonisothermal Austenite Grain Growth Kinetics in a Microalloyed X80 Linepipe Steel KUMKUM BANERJEE, MATTHIAS MILITZER, MICHEL PEREZ, and XIANG WANG Nonisothermal austenite grain growth kinetics under the inuence of several combinations of Nb, Ti, and Mo containing complex precipitates has been studied in a microalloyed linepipe steel.(pipe) /-Constituent in Bainitic Low Carbon High Strength Steel Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) J. M. Reichert, T. Garcin, M. Militzer, et al., Formation of martensite/austenite (M/A) in X80 linepipe steel, 9th Int. Pipeline Conf. (2012), IPC201290465. 8. J. Shimamura, N. Ishikawa, S. Endo, et al., Development of heavy wall X70 high strain linepipe steel, Proc. of the 23 Int. Offshore and Polar Engineering (ISOPE) (June 30July 5, 2013, Anchorage, Alaska, USA) (2013).

An Overview of New Developments on Linepipe Steels

API-X80/100 Grade Plate - Properties of Base Plate API-X80 steel was designed to have an acicular ferrite microstructure of carbide-free cells of bainite grouped in domains with islands of dispersed martensite/austenite (MA) consisting of. The addition of manganese nickel, and molybdenum is effective for stimulating the formation of(pipe) Austenite decomposition in an X80 linepipe steel - UBC Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Austenite decomposition in an X80 linepipe steel Creator Tafteh, Reza Publisher University of British Columbia Date Issued 2011 Description The final microstructure and resulting mechanical properties in the heat-affected zone (HAZ) of welded linepipes are predominantly determined by austenite decomposition during cooling after welding processes.(pipe) Author Nazmul HudaPublish Year 2019Microstructure model for the heat-affected zone of X80 Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) zone of X80 linepipe steel T. Garcin1, M. Militzer Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel austenite formation and grain growth during rapid heat-ing for the same X80 steel considered in this work and Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel ated martensite/austenite (M/A) constituents, which may have detrimental effects on weld toughness, hydrogen

Author Nazmul HudaPublish Year 2019Nonisothermal Austenite Grain Growth Kinetics in a Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Nonisothermal Austenite Grain Growth Kinetics in a Microalloyed X80 Linepipe Steel KUMKUM BANERJEE, MATTHIAS MILITZER, MICHEL PEREZ, and XIANG WANG Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel the formation of martensitic or bainitic Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Characterization of Carbon-Rich Phases in a Complex Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) May 13, 2016S.-C. Wang and J.-R. Yang, Effects of chemical composition, rolling and cooling conditions on the amount of martensite/austenite (M/A) constituent formation in low carbon bainitic steels, Mater. Sci. Eng. A., 1992, 154, p 4349 CrossRef Google Scholar(pipe) Cited by 1Publish Year 2011Author Farah Hanna, Guilhem Michel Roux, Olivier Asserin, Jean Christophe Brachet, René BillardonAustenite grain growth in alumina-forming austenitic steel Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Microstructures and austenite grain growth behavior of the alumina-forming austenitic (AFA) steel subjected to normalizing and annealing at various temperatures were investigated. A modified kinetic model of austenite grain growth was constructed based on consideration of the heating history.

Cited by 1Publish Year 2015Author Morteza TolouiDevelopment of High Performance UOE Pipe for Linepipe

and the bainite-MA type (MA Martensite-austenite con-stituent), which is applied to high strength grades of X70 and higher. Typical microstructures of JFE Steels high strain linepipe are shown in Photo 1. X65 grade high strain linepipe has a ferrite-bainite structure, while high strain linepipe of (pipe) Cited by 1Publish Year 2018Author Alexander Kabanov, Grzegorz Korpala, Rudolf Kawalla, Sergey IonovFormation of Microphases and Constituents from (steel) microstructure occurs when the steel is submitted a thermal cycle with peak temperature of 1000 °C, typical of several situations during service such as hot bending. In the dual phase domain the steels present the formation of proeutectoid ferrite and part of austenite remains untransformed (remaining austenite). Depending on the carbon Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Cited by 2Publish Year 2011Author Kumkum Banerjee, Michel Perez, Matthias MilitzerThermo-Mechanical Treatment of Steels Metallurgy(steel) In the high temperature thermo-mechanical treatment (HTMT), the steel is plastically deformed when austenite is present in its stable state just above Ae 3 and then quenched to martensite state as schematically illustrated in Fig. 9.1 (a), followed by tempering at a suitable temperature. The increase in strength occurs due to refinement of austenite grains to 3-10µm.

Cited by 3Publish Year 2018Author A. A. Kichkina, M. Yu. Matrosov, L. I. Éfron, D. A. Ringinen, I. V. Lyasotskii, E. V. Shulga, A. A Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel.EFFECT OF SIMULATED THERMOMECHANICAL

grains with undulating boundaries containing dislocation substructure and occasional martensite-austenite (M/A) micro-constituent; (iv) granular ferrite (GF), which consists of sheaves of elongated Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel of a modern API X80 linepipe steel, the aim of the present work was to characterise the Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel of the austenite deformation, the formation of BF Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Cited by 5Publish Year 2014Author J.L.M. Andia, Luís Felipe Guimarães de Souza, Ivani de Souza BottThomas Garcin - Director Software Architecture - Tecnar Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Formation of martensite/austenite (M/A) in X80 linepipe steel 2012 9th International Pipeline Conference Linepipe steels are usually microalloyed with Nb to promote the formation of complex microstructures that lead to the required mechanical properties.(pipe) Cited by 67Publish Year 2016Author Nazmul Huda, Abdelbaset R.H. Midawi, James Gianetto, Robert Lazor, Adrian P. GerlichMatthias MILITZER University of British Columbia Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Formation of Martensite/Austenite (M/A) in X80 Linepipe Steel. Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel austenite formation from hot-rolled (HR) and cold-rolled (CR) ferrite-pearlite structures in a plain low-carbon steel was Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Cited by 6Publish Year 2012Author Jennifer M. Reichert, Thomas Garcin, Matthias Militzer, Warren J. PooleEffect of martensite-austenite (MA) distribution on Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Sep 23, 2019Effect of martensite-austenite (MA) distribution on mechanical properties of inter-critical Reheated Coarse Grain heat affected zone in X80 linepipe steel Author links open overlay panel Nazmul Huda a Yiyu Wang b Leijun Li b Adrian P. Gerlich a(pipe) Cited by 7Publish Year 2019Author Nazmul Huda, Yiyu Wang, Leijun Li, Adrian P. GerlichMicrostructure Evolution Model for the HAZ of Girth (steel) Keywords X80 Linepipe, Girth Welding, Microstructure Model, HAZ Abstract A phenomenological model has been developed to describe austenite grain growth, precipitate dissolution and austenite decomposition into ferrite, bainite and martensite/austenite (MA) constituents for an X80 linepipe steel.(pipe) Cited by 93Publish Year 2010Author Kumkum Banerjee, Matthias Militzer, Michel Perez, Xiang WangEffects of Oxides on Tensile and Charpy Impact Properties Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Apr 12, 2014Table II Volume Fractions of Acicular Ferrite (AF), Quasi-Polygonal Ferrite (QPF), and Martensite-Austenite (MA) Constituent Present in the API X80 Linepipe Steels Full size table A TEM micrograph, together with EDS spectrum, of an oxide present in the M4 steel

Cited by 9Publish Year 2011Author Reza TaftehAbout Calculating the Characteristics of the Martensite Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

1. The proportions of martensite and austenite in the constituent. 2. The chemical compositions of the martensite and austenite. This is necessary in order to estimate the hardness (see, for example, [9]). MA is formed from the residue of austenite that is left untransformed following the growth of phases such as ferrite, Widmanstätten(pipe) Cited by 9Publish Year 2015Author Rafael de Araujo Silva, Luís Felipe Guimarães de Souza, Eduardo Valencia Morales, Paulo Rangel Rios, Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe SteelThe tensile properties and toughness of microstructures Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) For this research, measurements of the temperature time profile in the HAZ of single and dual torch welds were made. This was then used to guide heat treatments of X80 steel in a Gleeble simulator to create samples of 8 different bulk microstructures with differing amounts and morphologies of bainite, ferrite and martensite-retained austenite (MA).(pipe) Development of Grade X80 High Charpy Energy Linepipe by (steel) Development of Grade X80 High Charpy Energy Linepipe by MA Formation Control Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel Kakihara, S, & Kondo, J. "Development of Grade X80 High Charpy Energy Linepipe by MA Formation Control." Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel It has been reported that bainite single-phase steel tends to show higher Charpy energy than ferrite-bainite or bainite-MA (martensite-austenite constituent Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Effect of Cooling and Isothermal Holding on the Amount of Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Bainitic steels with retained austenite (RA) or martensite/austenite (M/A) constituents meet these requirements. The purpose of this investigation is to determine thermo-mechanical treatment parameters with further accelerated cooling and additional isothermal holding for M/A-phase and mechanical properties formation.(pipe) Effect of Martensite-Austenite (MA) on Mechanical Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Abstract. The aim of the present work is to dispel some of the controversy involving Martensite-Austenite (MA) in pipeline steel welds. The fraction, size, morphology and distribution of Martensite-Austenite can have considerable impact on the properties of the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) of pipeline welds, where variations in welding parameters can lead to different peak temperatures and cooling rates, which determine the characteristic features of MA.(pipe) Effect of Martensite-Austenite (MA) on Mechanical Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) dc.contributor.author Huda, Nazmul dc.date.accessioned 2019-01-08 15:50:07 (GMT) dc.date.available 2019-08-31 04:50:11 (GMT) dc.date.issued 2019-01-08

Effect of Partial Martensite Transformation on Bainite Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Isothermal bainitizing of high carbon steel is used to obtain exceptionally high mechanical characteristics together with near zero distortion during heat-treating. Such heat-treatments are often carried out at temperatures close to but above the martensite start temperature, where transformation kinetics are unfortunately very sluggish. The formation of a small amount of martensite prior to Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Effects of Finish Cooling Temperature on Tensile Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) linepipe steels and to reduce the number of carbon atoms in ferrite because carbon atoms are the main factors for the strain aging phenomena. [712] The nish cooling temperatures strongly aect the formation of secondary phases, such as cementite and martensite-austenite con-stituents (MA).[13] The microstructures of linepipe steels are Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Effects of Oxides on Tensile and Charpy Impact (steel) Sep 03, 2012The M1 steel, a conven-tional API X80 linepipe steel, contains a considerable amount of Al and Ti for removing oxygen and nitrogen during the steel-making process and for controlling the austenite grain size during the reheating prior to the rolling, together with a small amount of O 2. In the

Effects of coiling temperature and pipe-forming strain on Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Jan 13, 2017In the X80 steels whose Mo content was higher than that of the X70 steels, the higher Mo content promoted the formation of low-temperature transformed microstructures such as acicular ferrite (AF), granular bainite (GB), bainitic ferrite (BF), and martensite-austenite (MA) constituent, which played a role in decreasing Bauschinger effect.(pipe) Formation of Martensite/Austenite (M/A) in X80 Linepipe Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Jul 25, 2013A systematic study has been carried out to quantify the influence of Nb on the austenite decomposition kinetics in X80 linepipe steel. Continuous cooling transformation tests were conducted with a Gleeble 3500. The transformation products include ferrite, granular and upper bainite and M/A (martensite/ retained austenite) constituents.(pipe) Formation of Martensite/Austenite (M/A) in X80 Linepipe (steel) formation of martensite/austenite (m/a) in x80 linepipe steel Jennifer M. Reichert, Thomas Garcin, Matthias Militzer, Warren J. Poole The Centre for Metallurgical Process Engineering

Influence of martensite-austenite (MA) on impact toughness Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Apr 26, 2016This indicates that increasing the sample cooling rate promotes MA formation along with a transition in MA morphology from slender to blocky. Moeinifar et al. observed the formation of blocky and slender type MA in an X80 steel; however, it has been suggested that only blocky type MA forms along the prior austenite grain boundaries . In contrast, the current work indicates that formation of MA (pipe) Intercritical austenite formation in the coarse grain heat Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) The intercritically reheated coarse grain heat affected zone (ICCGHAZ) is a region of low impact toughness in multi-pass welded steel structures such as pipelines. Its microstructure consists of a bainite matrix (the coarse grain heat affected zone, CGHAZ) and martensite-austenite (M/A) constituents. The former is a result of full austenitization in the first weld pass, and the latter of Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Linepipe Steel - an overview ScienceDirect Topics(steel) For higher strength linepipe steels, increasingly bainitic microstructures are required. The above discussed 550 MPa linepipe grade for Arctic applications is a typical example of API-X80 steel with a ferrite-bainite microstructure. In detail, the microstructure is even more complex, as it also contains martensite/austenite (MA) constituents.

M. Militzer, M. Maalekian, T. Garcin and W.J. Poole Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

martensite/austenite (MA) constituents for an X80 linepipe steel. The predictive capabilities of the integrated model for the heat affected zone (HAZ) have been validated(pipe) MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF API 5L X65 STEEL (steel) formation of high carbon martensite-austenite (M-A) islands(8). This may in turn cause extensive transformation strains in the surrounding ferrite, with subsequent initiation of cleavage fracture in the ferrite(11). An increase in welding productivity is one way of achieving overall cost savings in the construction of large engineering structures.(pipe) Matthias Militzer - UBC Materials Engineering(steel) Formation of martensite/austenite (MA) in X80 linepipe steel, J. Reichert, T. Garcin, M. Militzer and W.J. Poole, Proceedings of International Pipeline

Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of the Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Reheating into the dual phase field temperature and subsequent cooling can lead to the formation of microphases commonly referred to Martensite-Austenite (MA) constituent. Due to the C enrichment of the austenite, this region is regarded as local brittle zones (LBZ) and degradation of HAZ toughness can be attributed to the formation of local brittle zones (LBZ) at the ICCGHAZ.(pipe) Microstructural evolution in the HAZ of X80 linepipe steel Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) During welding, the heat affected zone (HAZ) of X80 linepipe steel is subjected to very steep spatial variations in temperature and concentration of Nb bearing particles which results in a strongly graded microstructure. Therefore, models on the length scale of the microstructure, i.e. the so-called mesoscale, are useful to simulate microstructure evolution in the HAZ. Among mesoscale models Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Microstructure and impact toughness of reheated coarse Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Jun 01, 2018Additionally, the formation of martensite-austenite (M/A) constituents was also observed in case of API X80 steel (Fig. 4(d, f, h)). Download Download high-res image (3MB) Download Download full-size image; Fig. 4. SEM images of CGHAZ (a) X65 & (b) X80; UA CGHAZ (c) X65 & (d) X80; SCR CGHAZ (e) X65 & (f) X80; and IC CGHAZ (g) X65 & (h) X80.

Microstructure and mechanical properties of simulated weld Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Low carbon micro-alloyed steels are used for linepipe applications as they provide a good combination of strength, toughness and weldability. An important part of the construction for long distance pipelines is the in-field joining of pipes. Owing to the complex thermal cycles during welding, the microstructures and mechanical properties of the base material are altered adjacent to the weld in Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Microstructure model for the heat-affected zone of X80 Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Therefore, it is critical to evaluate the HAZ microstructure for different welding scenarios. Here, an integrated microstructure evolution model is proposed and applied to the HAZ of an X80 linepipe steel. The model considers dissolution of Nb-rich precipitates, austenite grain growth and austenite decomposition into ferrite and bainite.(pipe) Microstructures of Linepipe Steels Canadian Metallurgical Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Jul 18, 2013Linepipe steels may exhibit many different microstructures both in the as-rolled condition and in the weld heat-affected zone (HAZ). Because the properties of the steel are strongly dependent upon the microstructural features, an attempt is made to characterize the polygonal ferrite, acicular ferrite, bainite and martensite-retained austenite (M/A) constituents, and to describe the conditions Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Microstructures of Linepipe Steels Semantic Scholar

AbstractLinepipe steels may exhibit many different microstructures both in the as-rolled condition and in the weld heat-affected zone (HAZ). Because the properties of the steel are strongly dependent upon the microstructural features, an attempt is made to characterize the polygonal ferrite, acicular ferrite, bainite and martensite-retained austenite (M/A) constituents, and to describe the Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) Modelling of the Non-Isothermal Austenite Formation Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Non-Isothermal Austenite Grain Growth Kinetics in the HAZ of a Microalloyed X-80 Linepipe Steel p.809 Modelling of the Non-Isothermal Austenite Formation Kinetics of a X10CrMoVNb9-1 Martensitic Steel(pipe) Non-Isothermal Austenite Grain Growth Kinetics in the HAZ Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) Non-isothermal austenite grain growth kinetics under the influence of several combinations of Nb, Ti and Mo containing complex precipitates has been studied in a microalloyed linepipe steel. The goal of these studies is the development of a grain growth model to predict the austenite grain size in the weld heat affected zone (HAZ). A detailed electron microscopic investigations of the as Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Nonisothermal Austenite Grain Growth Kinetics in a Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel

Aug 10, 2010Nonisothermal austenite grain growth kinetics under the influence of several combinations of Nb, Ti, and Mo containing complex precipitates has been studied in a microalloyed linepipe steel. The goal of this study is the development of a grain growth model to predict the austenite grain size in the weld heat affected zone (HAZ). Electron microscopy investigations of the as-received steel Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) TRANSFORMATION BEHAVIOUR AND (steel) boundaries containing dislocation substructure and occasional martensite-austenite (M/A) microconstituent; (iv) granular ferrite (GF), which consists of sheaves of elongated ferrite Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel processing of a modern API X80 linepipe steel, the aim of the present work was to Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel austenite deformation, the formation of BF was noticeably suppressed and Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(pipe) The Complex Phase Transformation of Austenite in High Formation of Martensite Austenite M A in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) During processing of low carbon high strength linepipe steels, complex microstructures are usually obtained. Toughness of the steels is found to be strongly dependent on the complex microstructures. Since the microstructural and chemical condition of austenite is very important for the subsequent microstructures, austenite grain coarsening and recrystallization temperatures were determined.

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hard martensite-austenite constituent (M-A) forms and low-tempera-ture toughness deteriorates. In the case where the steel chemistry of an X60 to X100 class linepipe and welding heat input are involved, the microstructure of a HAZ falls within the zone where BU forms, and HAZ toughness is likely to deteriorate as a consequence. Meth-(pipe)Formation of Martensite/Austenite (M/A) in X80 Linepipe Steel(steel) forma tion of martensite/austenite (m/a) in x80 linepipe steel Jennifer M. Reichert, Thomas Garcin, Matt hias Militzer, W arren J. Poole The Centre for Metallurgical Process Engineering

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