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A lecture about the iron-carbon equilibrium phase diagram. This is a part of a course of lectures by Professor Bruno de Cooman, of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH, Republic of Korea. This comprehensive course leads the audience through a large variety of metallurgical aspects that influence steel products.
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of the euro familiar I get I assume would the phase diagrams Oliver useful will love will use the number of diagrams quite often suggest phase diagrams and so would we use or is the result we we use them as tools right in our costs we were not going in to calculate how you calculate and what what it means in terms of thermodynamics I soon you know these things and will will use them as a tool in this course and so what would be the does it tell us His at any point on this diagram yes but who has a the the temperature and the composition for instance carbon content here and I think there's also information about the the face is involved in the MicroStrategy at that time in this particular case will have gamma phase and Symantec's if I have to .period say 2 per cent of them so I will not only have the information about the number of faces the type of phase also the composition of each until tell me that at this temperature the Austinite contains this March 1 . 2 that 1 would like to be Percent of carbon and that indeed some entirely contains 6 . 7 per cent of carbon bank so I will also the US and a number of points of the of interest here uh this structure it did my crystal tree I get here is a very well known Lamela Mike restriction that we call the new toyed yes and we Will so if we add the information here on the ground I uh want to tell you that when we look at steals we typically defined them as Our and carbon alloys With less than 2 per cent of but carbon and you can see where this .period where this information comes from its it's Due to the maximum solubility of carbon in Austin area in and around the temperature close to 1200 deg C and many steals that's what we're dealing with is cause I do not have this level of carbon was a matter of fact the most seals will have a look up to 1 per cent carbon atoms then you have all your close to 99 per cent of the steals that by you will encounter on so will go up to 9 edition read about a Percent of carbon unit I'm and all wild of steels are produced with even alas what about . 5 per cent of course so of all this huge make complex phase diagram the most important part of it is this little piece here Is this piece went from 0 to a half a per cent of carbon and so no wonder that's a lot of research is being done on you know what would going would goes on here it is pretty simple in terms of the you know the defaced diagram itself but let's move on OK that this is a binary phase diagram so any time we talk about steals a few remember last the lecture were wasn't there but today I hope you listened to the video of the year we talk about silicone manganese and chrome etc. so I we have to have a multi component system steals a multi component Allen and so these this displays and doesn't look like this anymore because it's not a pure binary carbon and uh In particular you will have this this Austin 98 this region here we call the Austinite stability range yes this range here will be influence will be it will become larger or smaller depending on the ILO yet is 1 of the things it by which you can described the effect of a lawyer elements is by looking at this you take Tory temperature and what happens when you add elements to the the uh the Austinite here yes this will 1st of all you tuck toyed composition yes you take to it composition that is this composition here goes from . 8 yes to a lower value so that means you take to it composition moves to lower carbon ,comma and this is independent of whether or not but the Alliene element you add is also might stabilize or a thorough stabilizes you could see your nickel and Austinite stabilizer has this effect and you also these however the EU text toyed temperature yes you take your temperature it is moves in a very specific direction if the element so you can see here I have if this is the Utrecht or temperature yes this is the temperature here it's around 7 20 degrees seeing as if I add the verite stabilizing element of right stabilize them at this point will move up the mean temperature if I Austinite stabilizing elements of nickel and manganese it will move and that is in line with the increases in the stability range of the Austin good so far In this
diagram that number of things but because still research you should know and does so In the pillar you should know that the reserve in the system there is a new tactic here and not again is not really important when you're dealing with steel yes but that's 1100 and 48 degrees this important here at this point here at all .period 77 Percent of carbon that's the Utech toyed the composition and you tech toys temperature is 7 27 degrees C in in the system as the other thing you should know is that carbon content of the semen Titus about 6 . 7 percent of carbon unit and that we call all this steals would carbon contents less then you take toyed composition we called them Hi Paul as you tech toys and the ones that are above this week all the hype Utrecht on what's and we'll see what the big difference as you can so if we are In steel compositions very close to at this point very Byron rich the composition then we see fairer than many
act many steals actually looked like testimony carbon steels apartments it looks like there's nothing much to see small grains acquiesced grains and its Varitek and there may be lots going on but the microscope to the pretty there are so good now once we add carbon yes will start seeing things happen in particular there will be some reactions us and again we will focus on this part of the diagram in this lecture so let's see what happens at high temperature we have the Austinite and at low temperature we have verite we know if it's pure irony that in the case of a the uncovered we have verite and summoned tied at would that be so what happens well if we have the composition is you take to it composition we know that the Austinite transforms into variety and Simone tied in alarming fashion but and and this happens this 720 but for many steals were actually dealing with part of the dying and that you can't actually see here and so I blow this up and this part up and this is what I see I see of course the far-right stability range as of 2 900 and 10 degrees C above this pure irony is stable and then as I add carbon the Austinite stability range increases as of this temperature here decreases so this is this temperature here is called the aid Read temperature it is the the 8th that many of these lines here because they're used so often that they had we don't which is called them by name we will enable them to do so so this is the year the DAB temperature East E stands for equilibrium and so this is this line here it's like this is sweet like this line here the you check torrid air temperature this horizontal line here is the 8 you want temperature and while we're at it the name of this line it sea see online for the precipitation of cement and when it has a little heat it means the equilibrium temperature the Soviet he means its equilibrium temperature why do we specified s because when down when we heat steals weeks cool steals the temperature at which these transformations transformation reaction have or not exactly 83 when you heat up the transformation tends to the at a higher temperature and when you cool down the temperature this transformation tends to be at a lower temperature so I'll be give them all the names when we he we called them a c 3 lines and when we call and we cool down we call them the arts we and the the CND art come from the EU also comes around you because Akiba equilibrium they see Customs show flashes meaning heating this year so far as Arkansas mover the smell which means cooling in French 10 and the same for 81 you have there are a lot of you haven't they it should be in a C 1 and B R 1 temperature get and those thanks to you generally measure and are of importance to you if you running 8 of the deindustrialise that involves he treatments because that's the temperature at which the transformations will happen but let's have a look
at some of the structures here so if if you have the EU tech toy composition the Midas touch of this and just might rastructure you know is called perlite and its alternating layers of far-right and cement entice if you've never seen perlite the number of people that did do research on paralytic steals it publishes when it publishes it makes a very nice and silvery shy and people call it looks like Pearl services and so that's where the name comes from it's not somebody's name or was it just looks like and this nice gray Nice gray surface all right to say no that just a few words about what happened
what these compositions above this 2 per cent or do we use these alloys yes we do we use impact actually quite a lot of from and we call them cast Ourense years and again very different metal Agee's yes and and a and uh Mike rastructure controls will not talk about cast tyrants in the course of a lecture this is an example here where you can see 1 of the big differences that you can have in cast Arabs this is a would call a great cast Arab and instead of having seaman tight a we see in the MicroStrategy we have graphite yes and in the end in this particular cast iron this the graphite is modular forms little nodules now let's go back to
our steals in steals instance steals we knew we don't see graphite which summoned tights and carbide and the end and so so what happens now if you
have you go back here if you have compositions which are Hypo you technology and hyper you tacked on how do they compare In my
Christopher will you can see it here yes so had the composition is very close to point of 7 but a little bit less then so the year the carbon is a lesson and all .period the 77 pursuant and he had the carbon is larger than 0 . 77 per cent as so what you get is you see you still see the perlite and mother structure and yet here you see the perlite also but in this case you have fair rights he's very grains that surround these perlite islands and here you see this whites to wreak here the White Street is actually seem entirely and this is called primary Simone tight and in this case we have primary far-right admits only transformed the Austinite 2 Simone tied 1st you form Hypo you take toyed compositions steals and you for primary Stephen tight in the hyper .period this situation so this is just illustrate again let's let's say you have a point to Percent of carbon so it when you cool this material to room temperature like this the 1st phase to form from the Austinite will be far-right when you come in this region here fair plus Austinite and so the 1st phase 2 4 Is this body's primary yes primary far-right grains as you know that at this temperature you will have 2 phases 1 will be the very low-carbon far-right that would be this grain here right then you will have this high-carbon Austin this is the user to 2 phases and as you cool down the composition of the Austinite will move to this and the composition of the far-right will move to this eventually you reach 727 degrees and the remaining Austinite transforms too Price and this is what you see here is this used to be this year's this also denied that transform yes 10 2 course if I very little it less carbon I will have more fair right into my prescription and as increased to carbon as I get more and more perlite and when I have a composition that's friends and 1 . 2 per cent of carbon what happens here when when I'm cool let's say in this region here but at this point here I will start forming seem tight at these grain boundaries yes the composition of the Austinite will move along this still it hits this point and there the remaining Austinite transfer of super so let me just go
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do we know How much of each phase we have well we used the what's called the lateral so France's if at this temperature and carbon content . 2 per cent of carbon I want to know how much I know I How far with this composition this gamma With this composition yes I want to know what's the phase fraction well I measured this piece of land and a college and major this please and I call this season and so then the phase fractions of Alpha is equal a divided by C-plus yes In the face fraction of them divided by its seedless so I can always also from the phase diagram determined the phase fractions to expect so
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and if what is the amount of as of far-right and Simonton well this and this select here from here To here I call then the there from here To here insert called so the fraction of verite for instance is equal to divided by the simplest thing and I can just can measure does because see plays a is 6 . 6 years and 8 is 6 . 6 9 9 miners 0 . 7 7 yen if you calculate this you will find their face version of 10 good thank Joe now 1 of the
things very interested in in no when we make steals when we processed it is we want to know what happens when we process steals in conditions which are not equilibrium yes because when you heat up uh you steal you cool it down you deformity at high temperature you use a certain heating rate certain cooling rate and the information you have from the equilibrium phase diagram is of limited use so we need to have information about the transformations yes and their dependence on the under cooling most of the time so we'll see what happens will 1st read it Gold through this analysis of the effective date cooling rate of the under cooling 1st and we look at the ISA thermal you tech toy transformations so what we do here is we go From Austinite with . 7 7 per cent carbon and we cool down 2 the low 727 we do this ad different temperatures and so I go without this we say I go suddenly To this temperature wanted this Pritchard and I keep the temperature Comstock so I do the transformation I thermally active the temperature constant and I do it at a certain amount of under cooling fans the 1st year that the under calling being the temperature below the 8 E 1 temperature OK so let's see what what we have content perhaps it would we years instead the the speed of the kind that text of the transfer of very sensitive to the under cooler heads so since if you measured the the amount of pride formed as a front Jack it doesn't go like this right there is no instantaneous transformation yes this does not occur yes but the transformation is not instantaneous the way why is it not instant Asia's because the perlite needs to grow From the Austinite him so and this requires that the carbon the it distributed yes In addition to the face transformation so you need to form variety they also need to redistribute the far-right between the semen tied and the variety reflects what what so what what happens actually has so if we I have a smile on cooling for instance which closed to Close to the 81 temperature that's what we see instead if we plot the transformation in the log diagram in a log With log timescale we see it S-shaped curve if we increase the under cooling yes we make we go lower and lower we see that the transformation actually goes faster they want to .period about that the undergraduate years very often people say all this dish this curve especially the shape of diff curve depends very much on the what you use sp expects its if if I were to what this on a on the regular linear time what you wouldn't see much of this special this is a log diagram so so at 600 deg C you can you say the transformation is faster actually really much faster that's because here it takes maybe 5 seconds to be fully done here it takes 20 at 100 seconds this is probably 500 sector yet so this is not a faster it's it's much much faster it's very sensitive but when you plot a lot of time scale it's kind of you expand you know the 1 who did the short timescale so big the right so now what White House does this curve halved this shape what and and so why isn't is this the transformation of formation of perlite instantaneous well it's because of this particular transformation many transformations and we're dealing with in high temperatures transformations are the result of nuclear nation grow so I have to do in this S-curve here in the region where nothing seems nothing much seems to happen here's what you actually if Opel urine the nuclear nations state so we make small nuclei yeah that becomes larger and larger ones this nuclear nation rate this is important we uh we see that the nuclear nation is high when Delta T it is larger so you get more nuclear nation has when the Monday under cooling is larger and the reason this but because you have a hydro higher driving force for the transformations I and if you want to have it in terms of thermodynamics the free energy change is larger so not lots of nuclei right now in the grows stage yes In the Is he Dead of the particle or whatever the polite silence His in order to grow you have to have diffusion yes and long-range diffusion and so the growth rate as the rate of
growth is higher at high temperatures the small Delta Two and we use is simply because at higher temperature In diffusion yes so In the nuclear nation states we have the free energy that plays a big role in Greenwich and differences in the gross stage we have the diffusion is important and why does the curve not continue like this yes but goes like this and you see this as shape doesn't go like this that's because as that these islands of perlite starts to the grow and they will start impinging on each other hands and it will prevent each other's growth in certain directions where to touch each other said and that gives me this lowering Of the kind antics at the later stages of OK you can solicited bids let's you this process of but nuclear nations and growth and it's important for you to realize that nuclear nation and growth are not separate stages not that they're happening at the same time so if you have from the very beginning that you have and depletion rate at a certain temperature at and you have a growth doesn't appear so if I started D 0 there's nothing and delta T I have to particles so what is my the a nuclear rate this is a unit volume so my nuclear nation rate is 2 particles per unit time per unit volume right so that means that after 2 Delta T 3 delta T every time I will see To and new I will I can't be yes but of course there is also growth that means these nuclei will grow at a certain rate so the change in their radius per unit time yes but is a certain value Soviet therefore insist there 1 9 9 0 meter in size here there 2 nanometers inside that such incidents growth rate it is and and you see that you get at same time to good growth and depletion and sentences it did not separate stages is not like a stage where are you form nuclei and and then that stops and then you have a gross stage of the taps at the same time 10 so so let's go back now to would have to perlite so we have send a new creations stage we would we still talk about the nuclear nation states it is because the rate of the nuclear nation is higher we have Of course there is nothing so the main thing that happens says nuclear nation up and we have a lot of kids and do have already told that if you do the formation of perlite at lower tensions lots of driving force free energy difference so far we will have a higher depletion that in the growth process what is important there is diffuser the diffusion of atoms Towards the growing phase yes and that is higher at high tea or at small under cool so if we look now at 2 this Per lights situation To have Boston and I look at the perlite islands off recall the colony's the backs of parallel Lamela these the temperatures just below the you tactile attended in depletion rate will be lower than the growth rate will be high so I get few were large colonies if the temperature is very far below T E yes I did behind nuclear nation range but these new TI's don't roll very large that's because the few sedatives floor and in between as I have an intermediate nuclear fission rate and an intermediate growth so the track the change different ways to do this and that this transformation friends as we look at the transformation at 6 75 so witnesses we retract the sent sentence transformed as a function of the log of the time and we measure where the transformation starts where its 50 percent transforming where it reaches 100 per cent and we use this data we put it on a diagram of temperature versus the same time this and of course at 1 temperature I a 1 .period 4 the start of the transformation 50 % transformed at 100 % transport and I can do this at different times yes To me at different temperatures of different sizes and I will get these is typical the curves which are at a time characteristics various direct characteristic of depletion and growth transformations then in the following compared to what we see is that at very close to 727 I do like you know it takes a very long time for that the perlite reaction to start because I have very little depletion rate is very little driving force for the the formation of Pearl but then as they reduce the temperature it In around 550 the kind very high it takes you seconds for the transformation to be complete Nazir continue reducing the temperature that the tactics that are slower again "quotation mark and so if if we would look at it picture early parts of at this point here from from all this region here Austin migraines are stable and and then they just start transform perlite and then at the red the bike research transfer OK
this that's what happens is another thing that happens is that found as we increase the yeah the other cooling the area you can refine the perlite you can make it final the reason is that at Lord amp should diffusion is slower perlite is finer and the colony's are small so you can refine the Microsoft truck truck by choosing the temperatures you get the slain phases pretty much the same composition but the MicroStrategy is refined and this is a track that is very often used 2 I didn't do it transformations at lower temperatures to refine the and 1 of the reason why you would we find them restricted is to make it more homogeneous and if you concerned about mechanical properties you also the refined might restore and will see widened as has a higher strength it's an at higher temperature we have faster diffuser costs a perlite and larger colonies and again the reason is because nuclear fission rates Association good but sigh we're
doing this transformation we reform perlite and what happens if we continue dropping the temperature will know this we get finer and finer and progressively finer my Cristiano as you reduce the temperature yeah you get into situations where the diffusion becomes very almost impossible at what temperature is that what would be 550 5 50 to 500 degrees C that you can assume that the diffusion substitution all solutes so elements such as that manganese silicon Molly chrome it's a truck in steals substitution of is finished and not be any the movement of these species anymore you up what about interstitial such as carbon they could still move over long distances and that has an impact on the transfer may be due to the low the 552 600 temperature range as you stop making her life and you make another the company which call a decomposition products and that's Bay nights and in what's what specific about the day-night is that do the growth is a combination laughter diffusion processes diffusion control processes so how can something be at same time the fusion was an and diffusion control but there is no diffusion of substitution elements and there is the fusion of interstitials that's basically what the definition me at such low temperatures if you look at the MicroStrategy you don't get the slim Allison work which you get this Bay Knight this is a very fine much finer
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have that made either perlite or of a nite but you have a structure yes and it's a lump Lamela and that is that the the equilibrium structure that the material world will have what we if you if you would say I'll I'll just continue holding on at this temperature was just 600 I'll wait for a long time for hours and hours the same thing would be I see that the structure Will continually evolve and you'll end up having which calls Ferro .period screwed up died there b instead of a lamellar Mike rastructure you get these Simone tied nodules so why why does this happen his white waited for the dentist is that there's simply because in perlite you have Le malice alternating far-right and Symantec and so you have lots of interfaces yes lots of interfaces and they contribute energy into facial energy and it's very high in the perlite so In comparison this the situation where you have this spherical the same entitled not this as a much lower surface energy and so OK term 7 tide will tend to become spherical and forms stereotype and this is not a packet of academic interest only those pharaoh died sterilizations is very common on it in certain products steel products very many in particular why here products and go through this stage of sterilization in order to make them very soft OK considers an
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you've all heard about Martin side and in the case of Martin side there the the transformations fully infusion list so there's no substitution of the few no interstitial diffusion and of depending on the carbon content in Europe your lattice UBC lets can be distorted as you can have different types of Martin side this From last March side too plate marked inside yes
what is this interested about the Martin transformation is in its 8th in low-carbon steels is its 8 thermal a thermal means it's not time dependence so if you so you as you know there is a mess start temperature and so if you go to certain under cooling you will get a certain amount of Martin and if you keep it there nothing will happen nothing nothing that's the definition of thermal so if you want to make more market you have to decrease the temperature if MS is below room temperature it's not going to transform to Martin's unless you cool it below room temperature that important about a thermal transformations and not time-dependent their by under Kulik the 1 more might decide you have to go below what have 100 percent mark you have to go below the amassed temperature and that averages of the temperature at which the
transformation is stopped and this is actually a very common a form of site which call Latham Arkansas sorry complex MicroStrategy calls a really much about them unless you look into this microscope weight SAA at at Seattle media Mike rastructure it it's very difficult to have unless you working with they unite and Martin inside for your research very difficult to tell them apart yes but this this is the the very common form of Martin cited you get in low-carbon steels so the many and so would all engineering steels steals we and builds machines with having this Microsoft rupture but if you
have high carbon market site because this is the MicroStrategy the very different than we do and so actually there 2 phases here all these feathers are Martin side and you can see this still white is white background that's Austinite that has not transformed this is also the merits of some these feathers here right Our hope Martin side usually of which we sell for prime it's here is is called is is also its is also hasn't transfer so why would then why would that happen to have captain you have these 2 phases whatever there was very simple this is a temperature and this is the time and say this is room temperature room temperature and you transformation so this is the MS temperature and the CMF temperature and you cool down to room then the amount of translation will be such that it's not fully transform is not fully transferred because a mass is below room temperature the transformation is only partial and it stays like this so that's an interesting thing to do 2 yes to control the range of a math and amassed yes because that allows you to keep Austinite yes stable at room temperature you have to realize friends in this still the the temperature the thing to equilibrium diagram yes the temperature at which the Austinite should transform is about 700 deg C this is at room temperature yes you got Austinite yes it's stable at room temperature not for 5 minutes but forever you because a transformation that thermal so very interesting properties and so you could you could you can actually by doing some clever things in steels which is you know you can have been of high-temperature phases at room temperature for stable at room temperature and of course the presence of this game offers its you cannot I it's not going to give them and find this on a phase diagram right because the phase diagram tells me at this temperature the stable phases Our variety instrument today spread and did so
this this the democracy transferees had it's as I said it's not diffusion transformation it's it's it's called the sheer transformation which basically means that the Austinite is transformed to by very specific ship as so all the atoms before and after the transformation have a specific position this that's not the case when you have a diffusion and the history of the policeman growth process the the position of the Adams after the transformation are due to render diffusional jumps yes so for instance here I believe you can see that the this specific Shearer here this is the Austinite piece of the Austinite Microsoft you can see here shown a 1 1 1 plane yes and you can see here is nice hexagonal shape of the 1 1 1 planes when we Shearer in this specific direction what exactly this amount is this the state phase this turned into a 1 1 0 face of 8 of PCC or or Martin site To get very
different shapes of modern science so here again this was this what we call lenticular this this smokin side here is called lenticular and because its
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