Investigating the effect of deformation and annealing texture on magnetic anisotropy in low-C steel sheets by magnetic Barkhausen noise method

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2013
Akçaoğlu, Fehmi Ümit
Deformation and annealing texture in the cold rolled low carbon steels is important for sheet metal forming operations and service performance. The aim of this study is to non-destructively investigate the effect of texture on magnetic anisotropy. Various samples having different textures and residual stress states, due to different % reduction in thickness, annealing and stress relieving treatment, were prepared. Texture maps were obtained by Magnetic Barkhausen noise measurements performed with 100 steps between the ranges of 00-3600 on the surface. Microstructure investigation by optical & scanning electron microscopy; hardness and tension tests were performed; and texture was determined by X-Ray diffraction method. The results were compared, evaluated and discussed to establish relationship between texture and magnetic Barkhausen Noise emission.

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F. Ü. Akçaoğlu, “Investigating the effect of deformation and annealing texture on magnetic anisotropy in low-C steel sheets by magnetic Barkhausen noise method,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2013.