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(f) The quantity of deformation required to give equivalent - deformational hardening increases with rising temperature of working as well as, by implication, for a given degree of deformation a higher working temperature entails a coarser recrystallized grain size and a higher recrystallization temperature.
From a structural and performance viewpoint, Hf is similar to Zr and it can increase the recrystallization temperature and heat resistance of copper.
When steel is above the recrystallization temperature, it can be shaped and formed.
This grouping correlates well with the glue recrystallization temperature between 120[degrees]C and 100[degrees]C.
In addition to mechanical strength being approximately 80% higher than the existing product, whereas the existing product has reduced shear strength due to early recrystallization in high-temperature shelf tests, TALF does not have reduced shear strength because it does not recrystallize due to the recrystallization temperature by 50 degrees Celsius and higher.
The outer ceramic layer with high recrystallization temperature has good anti-oxidation properties and low-resolution ability under high operating temperatures.
The Recrystallization and Partial Melting (RAP) method is similar to (SIMA), with the essential difference that initial deformation occurs below the recrystallization temperature, that is, during cold working.
During deformation at 250[degrees]C in the middle of the work piece the temperature of the material increased to 270[degrees]C, which is over the recrystallization temperature and recrystallization can bee passed.
During deformation at 250[degrees]C in the middle of the workpiece the temperature of the material increased to 270[degrees]C, which exceeds the recrystallization temperature and recrystallization may pass.
It is thus very important to delay recrystallization and increase the recrystallization temperature at which the process is initiated.
Rare earth is regarded as an important kind of microalloying elements, which can affect recrystallization behavior of alloy steel, for example, increasing the recrystallization temperature and refining crystal grains after hot deformation [6].
Due to the large size of the molecules, the melting point and the recrystallization temperature are not the same in a polymer the way they are in a metal or in a material like ice.