Performance of Mechanical Properties of Ultrahigh-Strength Ferrous Steels Related to Strain-Induced Transformation
Sugimoto, Koh-ichi (editor)
A variety of topics concerning ultrahigh-strength ferrous steels were collected in this book. At present, most of the ferrous steels are applied to cold sheet parts. However, they may be used as the materials of hot-forged parts in the future, because of the excellent performance of the mechanical properties. It is hoped that many researchers will have an interest in the applications of the ferrous steels to the hot-forging parts.
KeywordsTRIP-aided martensitic steel; case-hardening; vacuum carburization; fine-particle peening; fatigue strength; quenching and partitioning steel; springback behavior; strain heterogeneity; metastable austenite; deformation temperature; deformation mechanisms; tensile properties; TRIP/TWIP steel; strain-induced transformation; microstructure; mechanical property; high carbon steel; medium-Mn steel; retained austenite; Portevin–Le Chatelier phenomenon; strain-induced martensitic transformation; ultra-high strength steel; Q& P; TRIP; lean medium Mn steel; transformation kinetics; hot-forging; microalloying; TRIP-aided bainitic ferrite steel; tensile property; impact toughness; lean medium Mn Q& P steel; stress-strain behavior; mechanical properties; retained austenite stability; high-strength steel; TRIP effect; multiphase microstructure; TRIP-aided steels; hydrogen embrittlement; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology