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Ji, C. and Zhu, S. (2006) Study of a New Type Ductile Iron for Rolling: Deformation tests (2). Materials Science and Engineering: A, 419, 326-330.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msea.2006.01.018

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  • TITLE: Thermomechanical Testing of GGG 40 Spheroidal Graphite Cast Iron Alloy

    AUTHORS: Marwan Faisal, Eman El-Shenawy, Mohamed A. Taha

    KEYWORDS: Thermo-Mechanical Behavior, Spheroidal Graphite Cast Iron, Gleeble-3500

    JOURNAL NAME: Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol.8 No.3, March 31, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Spheroidal graphite cast iron GGG 40 was thermo-mechanically tested using thermo-mechanical simulator Gleeble-3500. Three deformation steps were successively applied on test-specimen at temperatures namely; 900°C, 850°C and 750°C within the austenitic zone, at the same strain rate of 0.1 s-1. No cracks were observed, up to 50% deformation, after successive deformation steps. Stress-strain relationship obtained is correlated with previous work on SGCI with a different carbon equivalent. It was found that by decreasing the deformation temperature; for the same CE, young’s modulus, yield strength and strain hardening exponent increase. Microstructure of the deformed zone, for a specimen quenched after the final deformation step, reveals fine elongated ferrite and pearlite, as well as elongated graphite. While microstructure of the non-deformed zone subjected to the same treatment, includes coarser ferrite and pearlite with graphite spheres embedded in the matrix.