The properties of bimetallic multi-layer (C45 and S235JR) and the multi-layer steel made by forging
Ioana Monica SAS-BOCA , Dan Ioan FRUNZA, Dana Adriana ILUȚIU-VARVARA, Istvan TOMAdownload PDF
Abstract. In this paper are presented the results of the research on properties and behavior of hot-forged bimetallic multi-layer material (C45-S235JR) compared to the properties and behavior of hot-forged multi-layer materials C45 and S235JR. The material was layered by successive manual hot forging to form 36-layers of the billets. Thus, it has been attempted to obtain superior materials in terms of properties, to withstand the demands they are subjected to. It has also been tried by stratification, obtaining results particularly relevant for resilience testing, where the different layer breakage occurs at higher strengths and has a high malleability. The microstructure of multi-layered materials was investigated in this paper and the mechanical properties were studied by tensile testing and Charpy impact testing. The Brinell micro-hardness has also been studied.
Multi-layer, Bimetallic material, Forging
Published online 11/5/2018, 7 pages
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Citation: Ioana Monica SAS-BOCA , Dan Ioan FRUNZA, Dana Adriana ILUȚIU-VARVARA, Istvan TOMA, ‘The properties of bimetallic multi-layer (C45 and S235JR) and the multi-layer steel made by forging’, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 8, pp 11-17, 2018
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