Why does cabon steel need plastic deformation?
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Why does carbon steel need plastic deformation?
- qrkLv 71 month ago
I doesn't need plastic deformation. Plastic deformation is a property of the material.
- oeman50Lv 71 month ago
It does not need plastic deformation, We need it as a material characteristic of steel. It means the material can respond to a stress by permanently deforming. That will weaken the material, thinning or warping it from its design and if often a prelude to failure. If the deformation processes do not re-occur, then you have potentially saved yourself from a failure. It also can give you an indication of impending failure it you notice it on inspection. And if the failure does happen, it tends to minimize the area of the failure, staring with a small break. In a pipe, this is called "leak-before-break" and the leak itself is an indicator of failure before a catastrophic failure with two completely open ends.
- 1 month ago
Carbon steel doesn't need plastic deformation to function. It can be very happy at loads below plastic deformation.
- 秦君子Lv 71 month ago
TO AVOID IT BECOMES VERY BRITTLE.
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- JohnLv 71 month ago
That would be news to me.