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How are microstructrures interpreted in a phase diagram?How are microstructrures interpreted in a phase diagram?Phase Diagram We shall interpret microstructrures in the context of the iron-carbon equilibrium phase diagram, even though steels inevitably contain other solutes, whether by design or as impurities.Metallography of Steels - Harry Bhadeshia(pipe) How is controlled rolling of steel pipe used?How is controlled rolling of steel pipe used?Nowadays, the controlled rolling of steel pipe material has been widely used in the production of large diameter pipes for the oil and gas industry in order to improve the pipe performance by maximizing the grain refinement and achieve both higher strength and toughness in the steels [1,2].On the Role of Nb on the Texture and Microstructure of a Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

A short historical overview of microalloyed steel grades shows that they were first introduced in the late 1930s and initially the alloying elements V, Ti, and Nb were added separately. Summary of the influence of the individual alloying elements on the microstructure and properties of contemporary pipeline steels is provided.

What is the appearance of pearlitic microstructure?What is the appearance of pearlitic microstructure?Figure 11 The appearance of a pearlitic microstructure. Indeed, a colony in three dimensions does not consist of alternating, isolated layers of cementite and ferrite. All of the cementite is a single-crystal, as is all of the ferrite. The colony is therefore an interpenetrating bi-crystal of ferrite and cementite.Metallography of Steels - Harry Bhadeshia(pipe) (PDF) On the role of crystallographic texture in Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

Recently, the authors have shown that, at a grain scale, crystal- lographic texture and grainboundary distribution can play a sig- It is a well-known fact that in low-carbon steels the strength of nicant role in determining the behaviour of HIC in pipeline specic texture bres can be modied through controlled rolling steels [1315].(pipe) Author Haytham M. Al-JabrPublish Year 2016Effect of post-processing annealing treatments on Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Mar 01, 2020The microstructure and texture properties developed after post-processing annealing treatments influenced the hydrogen embrittlement behavior of pipeline steel. It was found that the two-step treated steel showed delayed onset of embrittlement compared to the one-step treated sample.

Author J. I. Omale, E. G. Ohaeri, K. M. Mostafijur, J. A. Szpunar, F. Fateh, M. ArafinPublish Year 2020Microstructure - Texture Related Toughness Anisotropy of Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

The variations of in plane Charpy toughness anisotropy as a function of the microstructure and texture of an industrial grade of API X80 pipeline steel was studied. Standard size Charpy samples with a long axis orientated at 0, 22.5, 45, 67.5 and 90° with respect to the rolling direction of the plate were tested at different temperatures varying from -196°C to 20°C.(pipe) Brand Springer-Verlag LondonFormat Book With CDMicrostructure and Properties of Low Manganese API X70 Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Abstract. The microstructure and properties of a low manganese (0.91.0%Mn) X70 pipeline steel for sour service application was investigated. The microstructure of thermomechanically processed X70 pipeline steel primarily consisted of acicular ferrite (AF) together with small fraction of polygonal ferrite(PF), degenerated pearlite (DP) and martensite/austenite (M/A) constituent.(pipe) Cited by 10Publish Year 2006Author Orlando León García, Roumen H. Petrov, Jin Ho Bae, Leo A.I. Kestens, Ki Bong KangEffect of Annealing Treatments on the Microstructure and Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Apr 19, 2017Effect of annealing treatments at 600, 800, 1000 and 1200 °C on the microstructure, texture, grain boundary characteristic and recrystallization fraction of Nb-microalloyed X60 steel is evaluated by using x-ray diffraction and EBSD techniques. The results indicate that bimodal as-received microstructure is changed to a homogeneous equiaxed grain structure above annealing at 1000 °C.

Cited by 10Publish Year 2006Author Takuya Hara, Yasuhiro Shinohara, Hitoshi Asahi, Yoshio TeradaOn the Role of Nb on the Texture and Microstructure of

On the Role of Nb on the Texture and Microstructure of a Novel As-rolled Medium Carbon Wear Resistant Slurry Pipeline Steel Vahid Javaheri1, Tun Tun Nyo2, David Porter3 1 Corresponding author, Ph.D. student, Department of Material Engineering and Production Technology, University of(pipe) Cited by 12Publish Year 2019Author J.I. Omale, E.G. Ohaeri, J.A. Szpunar, M. Arafin, F. FatehMicrostructure, texture evolution and mechanical Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Aug 04, 2017Reports show that the development of crystallographic texture and microstructure in steels can be influenced by thermo-mechanical control rolling parameters , , . These parameters include and not limited to finish rolling temperature, soaking temperature, amount of deformation, and rate of cooling rolled plate.(pipe) Cited by 16Publish Year 2017Author J.I. Omale, E.G. Ohaeri, A.A. Tiamiyu, M. Eskandari, K.M. Mostafijur, J.A. SzpunarMicrostructure, texture, property relationship in thermo Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Dec 10, 2013According to the earlier studies, microstructure and texture in steel depends on the processing parameters involved in TMCR such as soaking temperature, amount of deformation, finish rolling temperature (FRT), and the cooling-rate of the rolled plate , , , . However, systematic studies relating those parameters, especially the FRT, with the microstructure and texture of ultra-low carbon pipeline steel

Cited by 1Publish Year 2008Author Navid Pourkia, Morteza AbediniMicrostructure and Texture Developm

microstructure of carbon steelsteel microstructure typessteel microstructure chartsteel microstructure phasesteel microstructure photosdifferent microstructures of steelhigh carbon steel microstructurelow carbon steel microstructure(pipe) Cited by 1Publish Year 2011Author Hai Yan Wang, Hui Ping Ren, Le Han, Zi Li Jin, Hao SunThrough-Thickness Inhomogeneity of Texture, (steel) Nov 16, 2020The development of inhomogeneity in the microstructure, texture, and mechanical property in hot-rolled (API) 5L X70 pipeline steel after rough and finish thermomechanical control processing has been investigated by experimental measurements.(pipe) Cited by 1Publish Year 2011Author Mai Wen Zhou, Hao YuSplitting susceptibility in modern X80 pipeline steels Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Jan 20, 2020The microstructure and crystallographic texture of modern industrially produced API X80 grade pipeline steels were studied to identify the factors associated with the phenomenon known as splitting, which can occur on the fracture surfaces of Charpy, drop-weight tear test and full-scale fracture propagation tests.

Cited by 1Publish Year 2019Author Gang Wang, Limeng Yin, Limeng Yin, Zongxiang Yao, Jinzhao Wang, Jinzhao Wang, Shan Jiang, Zhongwen Z Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Microstructure - Texture Related Toughness Anisotropy of Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

Abstract The dependence of Charpy toughness on the microstructure and texture of two industrial grades of API X80 pipeline steel with a thickness of 15 and 17 mm, respectively, were studied in this work.(pipe) Cited by 1Publish Year 2020Author Alexey Gervasyev, Igor Pyshmintsev, Roumen Petrov, Roumen Petrov, Chunyong Huo, Frank J BarbaroMicrostructure and Texture Comparison of an Acicular Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Microstructure of X80 pipeline steel with different hot rolling process was compared using Optical microscopy (OM), Bulk X-ray texture and micro orientation analysis was carried out by Orientation distribution function (ODF) and Electron back-scattered diffraction (EBSD), to analyze the various texture components of the pipeline steels under two different rolling processes.(pipe) Cited by 20Publish Year 2007Author Roumen H. Petrov, Orlando León García, Nuria Sánchez Mouriño, Leo A.I. Kestens, Jin Ho Bae, Ki Bong Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Influence of crystallographic texture in X70 pipeline Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) The effects of microstructure and crystallographic texture in four commercially-produced API X70 pipeline steels and their relation to planar anisotropy of toughness and delamination were evaluated. The experimental steels were processed through either a hot strip mill, a

Cited by 24Publish Year 2016Author M. A. Mohtadi-Bonab, R. Karimdadashi, M. Eskandari, M. Eskandari, J. A. SzpunarEBSD investigation of the microstructure and texture Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

The microstructure and crystallographic texture characteristics were studied in a 22Cr6Ni3Mo duplex stainless steel subjected to plastic deformation in torsion at a temperature of 1000 °C using a strain rate of 1 s 1.Highresolution EBSD was successfully used for precise phase and substructural characterization of this steel.(pipe) Cited by 26Publish Year 2006Author P. Cizek, B. P. Wynne, W. M. RainforthRecent Developments of Oil and Gas Transmission Pipeline Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) In modern oil and gas transmission pipeline steels technology, a suitable microstructure is an important factor for improvement of strength, toughness and sour gas resistance. Therefore, thermo-mechanically controlled rolling processes have been developed and their microstructures have been changed from ferrite-pearlite to acicular ferrite.(pipe) Cited by 2Publish Year 2010Author Daniel Hejazi, Ayesha J Haq, Nima Yazdipour, Druce P Dunne, F Barbaro, E PerelomaTexture analysis of welded 304L pipeline steel Semantic Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) This paper deals with the effect of arc welding process on the crystallographic texture of pipeline 304L steel. The electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) technique was used to illustrate the effect of welding on the grain orientation in the fusion zone, in the heat affected zone, and in the base metal. Moreover, the effect of isothermal heat treatment at 400°C on welded joint has been studied.

Cited by 2Publish Year 2018Author Vahid Javaheri, Tun Tun Nyo, David PorterMagnetic and Microstructural Investigations of Pipeline Steels

Pipelines exhibit a magnetic anisotropy with the easy axis in the axial direction of the pipe. Three different types of steel API 5L (X52, X56, X60) obtained from out-of-service pipeline sections were investigated with respect to their microstructure, magnetic properties, and magnetostriction. In order to measure the magnetic properties samples were cut parallel as well as perpendicular to the Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Cited by 2Publish Year 2019Author S Hamza, Z Boumerzoug, A-L Helbert, F Bresset, T BaudinCharacterization of Microstructures and Fatigue Properties Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Characterization of Microstructures and Fatigue Properties for Dual-Phase Pipeline Steels by Gleeble Simulation of Heat-Affected Zone Materials (Basel) . 2019 Jun 20;12(12):1989. doi 10.3390/ma12121989.(pipe) Cited by 2Publish Year 2020Author Enyinnaya Ohaeri, Joseph Omale, K.M. Mostafijur Rahman, Jerzy SzpunarMicrostructure of X52 and X65 pipeline steels SpringerLink(steel) Apr 01, 1999The microstructure of X52 and X65 pipeline steels shows banding of pearlite rich and ferrite rich areas. The ferrite grains were about 10 m in size with curved grain boundaries. There was carbide at the ferrite grain boundaries for X52 steel, and there was circumstantial evidence to suggest carbon segregation at the boundaries.

Cited by 36Publish Year 2013Author R. Shukla, S.K. Ghosh, D. Chakrabarti, S. ChatterjeeMicrostructure, texture, property relationship in thermo Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

The evolution of microstructure, texture and mechanical properties of API ×70 pipeline steel after different thermomechanical treatments has been studied using a combination of X-ray diffraction Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Cited by 3Publish Year 2015Author Roumen H. Petrov, Roumen H. Petrov, John J. Jonas, Leo A.I. Kestens, Leo A.I. Kestens, J. Malcolm Gr Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) The microstructural anisotropy together with the crystallographic texture of an industrial grade of X70 pipeline steel is studied by means of the 3D-EBSD technique known also as EBS3 which was Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Cited by 5Publish Year 2012Author V. Carretero Olalla, Roumen H. Petrov, Philippe Thibaux, Martin Liebeherr, P. Gurla, Leo A.I. Kesten Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Effects of Microstructure and Texture on DWTT Properties Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Oct 02, 2008Moreover, the effects of microstructure and texture on pc-DWTT energy were investigated. The pc-DWTT energy was remarkably affected by tensile strength. The pc-DWTT energy of ferrite and bainite/martensite dual phase steels was much higher than that of bainite single phase steels in comparison with the same tensile strength.

Cited by 63Publish Year 1999Author J. Q. Wang, A. Atrens, D. R. Cousens, N. KinaevTexture analysis of welded 304L pipeline steel

Texture analysis of welded 304L pipeline steel J. Met. Mater. Miner. 29(3). 2019 35 3.1.2 The texture of the heat affected zone The HAZ is a narrow zone and it represents a transition zone between FZ and the base metal. HAZ is generally composed of an austenite matrix and interspersed ferrite precipitates, because, during the(pipe) Cited by 8Publish Year 2017Author R. Joodaki, S. R. Alavi Zaree, Kh. Gheisari, M. EskandariInfluences of Microstructure and Texture on Toughness of Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Two X70 pipeline steel plates with different finishing cooling temperature showed different DWTT indexes. In order to investigate the influences of microstructure and texture on toughness EBSD and X-ray were employed. Plates with lower toughness had higher low angle boundary proportion than the other, which is different from the previous research.(pipe) Cited by 9Publish Year 2008Author R. Grossinger, F. Keplinger, N. Mehmood, J.H. Espina-Hernandez, J. Araujo, C. Eisenmenger, K. Poppen Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels Effect of Micro-Texture on Fracture Separation in X80 Line Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) During tests on pipe and steel for the 2 nd west-east gas pipeline project (WEPP) in china, fracture separation was found in X80 line pipe steel plates in tensile tests, charpy impact tests and DWTT tests. In this paper, fracture separation is investigated by using EBSD technique to analyze microstructure and compare it with microstructure transformation of the material after annealing.

Correlation Between Microstructure and Texture

TWIP steels. The evolution of microstructure with strain, however, was not comprehensively described and analyzed with respect to the related texture in those studies. In the current work we systematically studied the texture and microstructure evolution in an FeMnC alloy during cold rolling. In particular, the relation between deformed(pipe) Effect of thermomechanical processing schedule on the Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Effect of thermomechanical processing schedule on the texture and microstructure of pipeline grade API X80 microalloyed steel V. Rajinikanth1,*, P.Munda1, Tipu Kumar 1, Sandip Ghosh Chowdhury Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Effect of thermomechanical processing schedule on the Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Tnr on the development of texture and microstructure of the steel under investigation. 0.0 -0.2 -0.4 -0.6 -0.8 -1.0 0-50-100-150-200-250-300-350 a True Strain 860 950 1050 Fig.6 Flow curves at different deformation temperatures. The samples after deformation

Effects of microstructure on the sulfide stress corrosion Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

@article{osti_99526, title = {Effects of microstructure on the sulfide stress corrosion cracking in a microalloyed pipeline steel}, author = {Albarran, J L and Martinez, L and U.A.C., Campeche and Lopez, H F}, abstractNote = {The susceptibility of microalloyed pipeline steels to stress corrosion cracking is strongly affected by the microstructure.(pipe) Evolution of the microstructure and texture of X70 Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) The evolution of microstructure, texture and mechanical properties of API ×70 pipeline steel after different thermomechanical treatments has been studied using a combination of X-ray diffraction Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Hydrogen-Induced Cracking Assessment in Pipeline Steels Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Mar 24, 2016Abstract. Electrochemical hydrogen charging and permeation techniques were used to characterize hydrogen distribution, trapping, and diffusion in X60 and X60 sour service (X60SS) pipeline steels. The results obtained contribute to better understanding of hydrogen-induced cracking (HIC). SEM observations illustrated that all HIC cracks were formed at the center of cross section in the X60 steel

Influence of Rolling Temperature and Cooling Rate on Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

Thermo-mechanical control processing (TMCP) is a powerful tool for development of high strength low alloy (HSLA) steels. The understanding of the effect of process parameters on the microstructure of these steels is a key aspect for the optimization of their mechanical properties. The influence of the rolling temperatures and the cooling conditions on the texture, strength and toughness of Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (pipe) Interpretation of the Microstructure of Steels(steel) When the austenite in such steels is cooled, ferrite first forms in the Mn-depleted regions. Ferrite has a very low solubility for carbon which partitions into the Mn-enriched regions which on further cooling, transform into bands of pearlite. The banded microstructure is illustrated in Fig. 20 .(pipe) Mechanical, microstructure and texture characterization of Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) While many works have discussed the effects of TMCP on microstructural and textural evolution in high-strength, low-carbon, low-alloy steels like the linepipe steels API X80 and X100, e.g. [2, 8,, Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

Microstructure And Texture In Steels And Other Materials

and Gray, J. M. (2015) Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels, in Oil and Gas Pipelines Microstructure and Texture in Steels and Other Materials comprises a collection of articles pertaining to experimental and theoretical aspects of the evolution of Microstructure and Texture in Steels and Other Materials(pipe) Microstructure and Texture Evolutions in AISI 1050 Steel Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Abstract Hot rolled and annealed AISI 1050 steel cylindrical coupons were flow formed at different levels of deformation (66% and 90% wall thickness reduction). TEM studies revealed development of ultra-fine (sub)grain cell structure due to severe plastic deformation. The transverse subgrain size changed from 10 m (beginning) to 300 nm (66% reduction) to 40 nm (90% reduction).(pipe) Microstructure and Texture in Steels - and Other Materials Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Microstructure and Texture in Steels and Other Materials comprises a collection of articles pertaining to experimental and theoretical aspects of the evolution of crystallographic texture and microstructure during processing of steels and some other materials.. Among the topics covered is the processing-microstructure-texture-property relationship in various kinds of steels, including the Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

Microstructure and Texture in Steels SpringerLink

Microstructure and Texture in Steels and Other Materials comprises a collection of articles pertaining to experimental and theoretical aspects of the evolution of crystallographic texture and microstructure during processing of steels and some other materials.(pipe) Microstructure and texture evolution in warm rolled API 5L Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Jan 01, 2019The principal conclusion that can be drawn from the results of these studies is that texture and grainboundary engineering can be used to improve the HIC resistance of pipeline steels. As a result, efforts should be made towards the development of optimum microstructure to improve the resistance to hydrogen induced cracking in sour environment.(pipe) Microstructure-texture related toughness anisotropy of API Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Jan 02, 2017The dependence of Charpy toughness on the microstructure and texture of two industrial grades of API -X80 pipeline steel with a thickness of 15 and 17 mm, respectively, were studied in this work. Standard size Charpy samples with a long axis orientated at 0, 22.5, 45, 67.5 and 90 degrees with respect to the rolling direction of the plate were tested at different temperatures varying

Modified microstructures in proton irradiated dual phase Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

The evolution of microstructure and texture across an as-welded dissimilar UNS S32750 super duplex/UNS S30403 austenitic stainless steel joint welded by UNS S30986 (AWS A5.9 ER309LMo) austenitic stainless steel filler metal using gas tungsten arc welding process was evaluated by optical micrography and EBSD techniques.(pipe) Role of microstructure in susceptibility of X70 pipeline Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) parameters on HIC for the same microstructures in steels, whereas different microstructures were studied for different steel grades. n the present studyI , the kinetics of crack initiation at cavities and blisters formation are studied as a function of the microstructure in microalloyed X70 steel.(pipe) TEXTURE CONTROL IN PIPELINE STEELS BY THERMO (steel) The texture evolution in pipeline steel is studied as a function of the thermo-mechanical processing parameters rolling te m-perature and cooling rate after the finish rolling stage carried out with equal rolling reduction per pass.. The austenite recrystallization and

Texture analysis of welded 304L pipeline steel

1 Texture analysis of welded 304L pipeline steel Soumia HAMZA1, Zakaria BOUMERZOUG1*, Anne-Laure HELBERT2, François BRISSET2, and Thierry BAUDIN2 1Mechanical Engineering Department, LMSM, Biskra University, B.P. 145, Biskra, 0700, Algeria 2ICMMO, SP2M, Univ Paris -Sud, Université Paris Saclay, UMR CNRS 8182,91405 Orsay Cedex, France. *Corresponding author e -mail (pipe) The Evolution and Distribution of Microstructures in High Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) The final microstructure will directly determine the toughness and service reliability of the laser-welded joints in high-grade pipeline steel [ 12, 13, 14 ], and study of the grain, grain boundary, strain, and their distribution patterns in each microstructural zone of a laser-welded joint in high-grade pipeline steel has become an important method to improve its toughness.(pipe) metals-09-00590.pdf - metals Review Effects of Different Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels (steel) Several factors such as microstructure, chemical composition, residual stress, texture of steel, water chemistry in the field, applied stress, pH of environment and AC current density may a ff ect the SCC crack nucleation and propagation in pipeline steels, see Figure 2 [15 20]. Two types of corrosion happen in pipeline steels [21].

The microstructure and texture properties developed after post-processing annealing treatmentsinfluenced the hydrogen embrittlement behavior of pipeline steel. It was found that the two-step treated steel showed delayed onset of embrittlement compared to the one-step treated sample.Author: Enyinnaya Ohaeri, Joseph Omale, K.M. Mostafijur Rahman, Jerzy SzpunarCited by: 2Publish Year: 2020Effect of post-processing annealing treatments on Microstructure and Texture Development in Pipeline Steels

Was this helpful?People also askWhat is the purpose of microstructure in steel?What is the purpose of microstructure in steel?The purpose here is to help identify the microstructures in steel using simple techniques based on the atomic mechanisms by which phases grow from austenite. Apart from their aesthetic beauty, microstructures become meaningful when examined in the context of their metallurgical theory. The symbols used to represent each phase are as follows Phase Metallography of Steels - Phase Transformations and Complex Properties

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