Carbon Steel: Microstructure, Mechanical Properties and Applications

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Clyde Phelps (Editor)

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

This compilation opens with a section discussing the key interactions required to successfully friction stir weld carbon steels. Friction stir welding is a relatively recent development, predominantly technologically established using aluminum, where the lower melting point of the material greatly aided the process.

Next, corrosion models of carbon steel in aqueous solution are reviewed under atmospheric and oxygen depleted environments by focusing on the cathodic reaction and the corrosion film formed on carbon steel as a function of pH and anions.

In conclusion, the temperature relation of interlamellar spacing of pearlite with supercooling in carbon steels, based on a previously theoretically foundation, has been determined by the pearlite and bainite phase volumes in alloy steels from the degree of supercooling.
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Preface

Chapter 1. Friction Stir Welding of Carbon Steels
(Norman A. McPherson, Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Strathclyde, UK)

Chapter 2. Modelling and Simulation of Carbon Steel Corrosion
(Toshio Shibata, PhD, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan)

Chapter 3. Models of Structural Phase Transformations and Mechanical Properties of Alloy Steels Rolls
(Sergij V. Bobyr, Pavlo V. Krot, PhD, and Dmitro V. Loschkarev, Department of Steel Heat Treatment, Iron and Steel Institute of Z.I. Nekrasov, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Dnipro, Ukraine, and others)
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Chapter 4. Bibliography

Chapter 5. Related Nova Publications

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