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Multiscale effect of thermomechanical loads on the NbC-Steel microstructure obtained by SPS

Seriacopi, Vanessa; Tertuliano, Ana Julia de Oliveira; Boidi, Guido; Fornaris, Ivan García; Machado, Izabel Fernanda;

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The ABAQUS commercial software was used to simulate by Finite Element Method (FEM) the stress and the strain fields due to the thermal and mechanical loads applied in the tool microstructure throughout hot forging operations. Therefore, the macroscale (loads applied in the tool) was adapted to the microscale (stress and strain developed in the microstructural features). Material analyzed in this study which are prospective to be used as tools, consisted of NbC and tool steel powders, which were mixed, and consolidated by SPS technique (Spark Plasma Sintering) NbC-Steel microstructure was firstly characterized by SEM and, thus it was meshed by OOF2 software (NIST). Subsequently, the microstructure was firstly allowed to undergo evaluation of different aspects and critical stress and strain, which can favored microstructural damage in the tool material.

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Palavras-chave: Multiscale effects, thermomechanical loads, SPS, FEM, NbC-Steel,

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DOI: 10.5151/matsci-mmfgm-140-f

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Seriacopi, Vanessa; Tertuliano, Ana Julia de Oliveira; Boidi, Guido; Fornaris, Ivan García; Machado, Izabel Fernanda; "Multiscale effect of thermomechanical loads on the NbC-Steel microstructure obtained by SPS", p. 70-73 . In: Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Multiscale, Multifunctional and Functionally Graded Materials [=Blucher Material Science Proceedings, v.1, n.1]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN 2358-9337, DOI 10.5151/matsci-mmfgm-140-f

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