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Thermomechanical Control Process (TMCP) for Steel Plate Making
Last Post 18 Nov 2012 02:18 AM by pfeinstein. 2 Replies.
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bagel
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16 Oct 2012 05:50 PM
    Hi
    I would be grateful if anyone can advise the microstructure of the steel plate made by thermomechanical control process (or TMCP) ?

    Typically, these kinds of steel plate making will go through online accelerated coolinig and reheating to achieve both strength and toughness.

    Thanks alot.
    Nathaniel
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    20 Oct 2012 12:10 PM
    Bagel:

    Again, have you done a basic search on the topic of heat treating steel. There is lots of information out there, both on the internet and in classical reference books found in the library.

    Niel Leon
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    pfeinstein
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    18 Nov 2012 02:18 AM
    Bagel: if you're dealing with steel plates with a low molybdenum content, then the following article (www.gorni.eng.br/e/Gorni_JAI_Set2008.pdf) might be of help. You can also check out the mechanical engineering forum over at eng-tips.com; there are some seriously knowledgeable mechnical engineers offering input on these

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