CARMEN PENELOPI PAPADATU, IOAN GABRIEL SANDU, MARIAN BORDEI, ANDREI VICTOR SANDU EVOLUTION OF THE PLASTICITY OF SOME LOW CARBON STEELS, SUBJECTED TO DIRECTED COOLING FROM HIGH-TEMPERATURE An important influence factor for the plasticity of the low carbon steels is the cooling speed value after heating treatment. It is important to be chooses the optimal cooling regime for these materials because the steels have been laminated at high temperature or, the steels have been heated at high temperature after lamination process. There were considered two groups of samples of two low carbon steels, each group had eight samples. Three different mediums for directing of the cooling process were considered and the properties of the steels have been modified. After an experimental program, the values obtained were used to determine the variation between these variables corresponding to two kinds of steels (coded: Steel 1 and Steel 2).
Keywords: steel; plasticity; monitoring; directed cooling; correlation; statistical model