Flow stress prediction for B210P steel at hot working conditions

Jiang, Guangwei; Di, Hongshuang; Cao, Yu; Zhang, Zhongwei; Wang, Yafei; Sui, Pengfei
May 2013
AIP Conference Proceedings;May2013, Vol. 1532 Issue 1, p630
Academic Journal
Prediction of the flow stress is a significant step to optimize the hot working processes. In order to establish a proper deformation constitutive equation, the compressive deformation behavior of B210P steel was investigated at temperature from 950° to 1150° and strain rates from 0.1s-1 to 10s-1 on a Gleeble-2000 thermo-simulation machine. Based on the true stress-strain data from flow stress curves, a revised model describing the relationships of the flow stress, strain rate and temperature of B210P steel at elevated temperatures is proposed considering the effect of strain on flow stress. The activation energies have been in the range of 277.740-420.241kJ/mol for different amounts of strain. Finally, the accuracy of the developed constitutive equation has been verified using standard statistical parameters. The results confirm that the developed strain-dependent constitutive equation gives an accurate and precise estimate of the flow stress in the relevant deformation conditions.


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