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dc.contributor.editorUranga, Pello
dc.date.accessioned2021-05-01T15:09:41Z
dc.date.available2021-05-01T15:09:41Z
dc.date.issued2021
dc.identifierONIX_20210501_9783036501321_184
dc.identifier.urihttps://directory.doabooks.org/handle/20.500.12854/68438
dc.description.abstractIn response to the demanding requirements of different sectors, such as construction, transportation, energy, manufacturing, and mining, new generations of microalloyed steels are being developed and brought to market. The addition of microalloying elements, such as niobium, vanadium, titanium, boron, and/or molybdenum, has become a key tool in the steel industry to reach economically-viable grades with increasingly higher mechanical strength, toughness, good formability, and weldable products. The challenges that microalloying steel production faces can be solved with a deeper understanding of the effects that these microalloying additions and combinations of them have during the different steps of the steelmaking process.
dc.languageEnglish
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::T Technology, engineering, agriculture::TB Technology: general issues::TBX History of engineering & technology
dc.subject.otherniobium microalloyed steel
dc.subject.otheras-cast condition
dc.subject.otherinclusion
dc.subject.otherrare earth elements
dc.subject.otherprecipitation.
dc.subject.othersteel
dc.subject.otherthermomechanical processing
dc.subject.othermicrostructure characterisation
dc.subject.othermechanical properties
dc.subject.othermolybdenum
dc.subject.othermartensitic steel
dc.subject.otherdirect quenching
dc.subject.othermicroalloying
dc.subject.otherhardenability
dc.subject.othertoughness
dc.subject.othergrain refinement
dc.subject.otherHall–Petch coefficient
dc.subject.othermicroalloy precipitates
dc.subject.otherhydrogen embrittlement
dc.subject.otherTi-Mo steel
dc.subject.otherhot deformation
dc.subject.otherconstitutive model
dc.subject.othermicrostructural evolution
dc.subject.othermicroalloyed steels
dc.subject.otherprocessing
dc.subject.othermicrostructural and chemical composition
dc.subject.othermicro-alloyed steels
dc.subject.otherprecipitations
dc.subject.otherZener pinning
dc.subject.otheratomic force microscopy (AFM)
dc.subject.otherprecipitation-microstructure correlation
dc.subject.otherEBSD
dc.subject.otherreconstruction methods
dc.subject.othercontinuous casting
dc.subject.otherenergy absorption
dc.subject.othermechanical metallurgy
dc.subject.otherniobium
dc.subject.otherreheat process
dc.subject.otherthermo-mechanical controlled processing
dc.subject.otherplate rolling
dc.subject.otherstrengthening
dc.subject.otherprecipitation
dc.subject.otherinduction
dc.subject.othertitanium
dc.subject.otheradvanced high strength steels
dc.subject.otherHSLA steels
dc.subject.otherprecipitation strengthening
dc.subject.othertempering
dc.subject.otherbainitic ferrite
dc.subject.otheraustenite-to-ferrite transformation
dc.subject.otherhot-torsion test
dc.subject.othercoiling simulation
dc.subject.othermedium-carbon steel
dc.subject.otherstrength and toughness
dc.subject.otheraustenite
dc.subject.otherabnormal grain growth
dc.subject.othercold-deformation
dc.subject.otherprecipitate
dc.subject.othern/a
dc.titleAdvances in Microalloyed Steels
dc.typebook
oapen.identifier.doi10.3390/books978-3-0365-0133-8
oapen.relation.isPublishedBy46cabcaa-dd94-4bfe-87b4-55023c1b36d0
oapen.relation.isbn9783036501321
oapen.relation.isbn9783036501338
oapen.pages236
oapen.place.publicationBasel, Switzerland


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