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A crystallite is a small or even microscopic crystal which forms, for example, during the cooling of many materials. The orientation of crystallites can be random with no preferred direction, called random texture, or directed, possibly due to growth and processing conditions. Fiber texture is an example of the latter. Crystallites are also referred to as grains. The areas where crystallites meet are known as grain boundaries. Polycrystalline or multicrystalline materials, or polycrystals are solids that are composed of many crystallites of varying size and orientation.

High-strength hot-rolled steel sheet having excellent stretch flangeability, and method of producing the same

The invention provides a thin high-strength hot-rolled steel sheet with a thickness of not more than 3.5 mm which has excellent stretch flangeability and high uniformity in both shape and mechanical properties of the steel sheet, as well as a method of producing the hot-rolled steel sheet. A slab containing C: 0.05-0.30 wt %, Si: 0.03-1.0 wt %, Mn: 1.5-3.5 wt %, P: not more than 0.02 wt %, S: not more than 0.005 wt %, Al: not more than 0.150 wt %, N: not more than 0.0200 wt %, and one or two of Nb: 0.003-0.20 wt % and Ti: 0.005-0.20 wt % is heated at a temperature of not higher than 1200° C. The slab is hot-rolled at a finish rolling end temperature of not lower than 800° C., preferably at a finish rolling start temperature of 950-1050° C. A hot-rolled sheet is started to be cooled within two seconds after the end of the rolling, and then continuously cooled down to a coiling temperature at a cooling rate of 20-150° C./sec. The hot-rolled sheet is coiled at a temperature of 300-550° C., preferably in excess of 400° C. A fine bainite structure is obtained in which the mean grain size is not greater than 3.0 mum, the aspect ratio is not more than 1.5, and preferably the maximum size of the major axis is not greater than 10 mum.

Method for improving performance of 700MPa grade V-N micro-alloying high-strength weathering steel

The invention discloses a method for improving the performance of 700 MPa grade V-N microalloyed high strength weathering steel. The method is specific to the characteristics of the sheet billet continuous casting and tandem rolling technology and metallurgy component, and adopts an electric furnace or a revolving furnace to smelt, refine, continuously cast sheet billet which directly enters into a roller hearth to heat after a casting blank concretes, or soaking furnace, hot rolling, laminar flow cooling and wind-up process flow. The chemical composition of molten steel is :C occupies less than or equal to 0.08Wt. percent, Si occupies from 0.25 to 0.75Wt. percent, Mn occupies from 0.2 to 2.0Wt.percent, P occupies less than or equal to 0.025Wt. percent, S occupies less than or equal to 0.040Wt. percent, Cu occupies from 0.25 to 0.60Wt. percent, Cr occupies from 0.30 to 1.25 Wt.percent, Ni occupies less than or equal to 0.65Wt. percent, V occupies from 0.02 to 0.20Wt. percent and N occupies from 0.015 to 0.030 Wt. percent. The invention takes full advantages of the characteristics of the sheet billet continuous casting and tandem rolling short flow process and adopts the V-N microalloyed technique to produce 700 MPa grade high strength weathering steel under the thinning function of VN and V (C, N) nanometer scale precipitate on crystal grain in casting blank of the sheet billet continuous casting and tandem rolling flow and the theory of precipitation strength. By the optimization design of the metallurgy component of V-N microalloyed 700MPa grade high strength weathering steel, the invention increases the low temperature impact ductility of coil of strip and improves the shaping property.

Process for the production of ultrafine particles

A new, cost effective process for the production of ultrafine particles which is based on mechanically activated chemical reaction of a metal compound with a suitable reagent. The process involves subjecting a mixture of a metal compound and a suitable reagent to mechanical activation to increase the chemical reactivity of the reactants and/or reaction kinetics such that a chemical reaction can occur which produces a solid nano-phase substance. Concomitantly, a by-product phase is also formed. This by-product phase is removed so that the solid nano-phase substance is left behind in the form of ultrafine particles. During mechanical activation a composite structure is formed which consists of an intimate mixture of nano-sized grains of the nano-phase substance and the reaction by-product phase. The step of removing the by-product phase, following mechanical activation, may involve subjecting the composite structure to a suitable solvent which dissolves the by-product phase, while not reacting with the solid nano-phase substance. The process according to the invention may be used to form ultrafine metal powders as well as ultrafine ceramic powders. Advantages of the process include a significant degree of control over the size and size distribution of the ultrafine particles, and over the nature of interfaces created between the solid nano-phase substance and the reaction by-product phase.
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