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Computer simulation of working stress of heat treated steel specimen


Smoljan, Božo; Iljkić, Dario; Smokvina Hanza, Sunčana
Computer simulation of working stress of heat treated steel specimen // Journal of achievements in materials and manufacturing engineering, 34 (2009), 2; 152-156 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Computer simulation of working stress of heat treated steel specimen

Autori
Smoljan, Božo ; Iljkić, Dario ; Smokvina Hanza, Sunčana

Izvornik
Journal of achievements in materials and manufacturing engineering (1734-8412) 34 (2009), 2; 152-156

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Heat treatment; computer simulation; microstructure; yield strength; fracture toughness

Sažetak
Purpose: In this paper, the prediction of working stress of quenched and tempered steel has been done. The working stress was characterized by yield strength and fracture toughness. The method of computer simulation of working stress was applied in workpiece of complex form. Design/methodology/approach: Hardness distribution of quenched and tempered workpiece of complex form was predicted by computer simulation of steel quenching using a finite volume method. The algorithm of estimation of yield strength and fracture toughness was based on steel hardness, HV. Yield strength and fracture toughness distributions have been predicted using the Hahn-Rosenfield approach. Findings: It can be concluded that working stress of quenched and tempered steel can be successfully predicted by proposed method. The further experimental investigations are needed for final verification of established model. Research limitations/implications: For efficient estimation of fracture toughness from hardness, additional data about microstructure are needed. Practical implications: Estimation of hardness distribution can be based on time, relevant for structure transformation, i.e., time of cooling from 800 to 500  C (t8/5). The prediction of distribution of microstructure composition, yield strength, and fracture toughness, can be based on steel hardness. Originality/value: Hardness distribution is predicted by involving the results of simple experimental test, i.e., Jominy-test in numerical modelling of steel quenching.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Strojarstvo, Temeljne tehničke znanosti



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Projekt / tema
069-1201780-2986 - Optimiranje parametara i predviđanje rezultata toplinske obrade metala (Božo Smoljan, )

Ustanove
Tehnički fakultet, Rijeka