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Title: 捩り変形材における表面内部応力の加熱による変化についてのX線的研究
Other Titles: ネジリ ヘンケイザイ ニオケル ヒョウメン ナイブ オウリョク ノ カネツ ニヨル ヘンカ ニツイテ ノ Xセンテキ ケンキュウ
X-ray Investigation on the Change of Surface internal stress depend on the Heating in Twisting work material.
Authors: 上田, 太郎
岩永, 弘之
UEDA, Taro
IWANAGA, Hiroyuki
Issue Date: 30-Mar-1970
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: The change of microscopic surface internal stress depend on the passage of time and high vacuum annealing in Twisting work materials were studied by the X-ray. The following results were obtained from the experiment. (1) Immediately load off, the round bar specimen which was subjected a twisting deformation have a compressive internal stress together with a Longitudinal direction or a Tangential direction in the surface of specimen. (2) The recovery of surface internal stress finished about 48 times, get to a stable condition together with a 0.2% carbon steel (S20C), or a high tensile aluminum alloy (17S) and a electrolytic copper (CuB-1). (3) In the neighbourhood of the recrystallization temperature of each materials, the surface internal stress and the value of half breadth were exibited the heaty decrease. The surface internal stress point out a remarkable decrease, according to the twisting deformation become larger. (4) In a 0.2% carbon steel (S20C), (211) diffraction line tend to separetes K_<α1> and K_<α2> at between 350℃ and 450℃. In a high tensile aluminum alloy (17S), (333) diffraction line separetes K_<α1> and K_<α1>, at 250℃, it seems that the recrystallization occuring at these temperature.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/220
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