Laminated TRIP/TWIP Steel Composites Produced by Roll Bonding
AbstractIn order to investigate the roll bonding of high-alloy transformation induced plasticity (TRIP) and twinning induced plasticity (TWIP) steel, roll-bonded sheets of the TRIP and TWIP steel were manufactured starting from hot rolling, followed by brushing and cold rolling. Both, the microstructure and mechanical properties of the roll-bonded sheets were characterized by metallographic investigations, and tensile and T-peel tests. Preliminary results, such as an occurrence of an adhesive bonding between two TWIP steel sheets and between TRIP and TWIP steel sheet after a thickness reduction of approximately 50% were obtained. Moreover, the formation of deformation-induced martensite leads to outstanding mechanical properties of the roll-bonded composite sheet. An ultra-fine grained microstructure was observed in the bonding zone after only one roll-bonding process. The obtained promising results demonstrate the possibility of the development of an accumulative roll-bonding process for TRIP/TWIP steel composites. View Full-Text
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Qiu, Y.; Kaden, N.; Schmidtchen, M.; Prahl, U.; Biermann, H.; Weidner, A. Laminated TRIP/TWIP Steel Composites Produced by Roll Bonding. Metals 2019, 9, 195.
Qiu Y, Kaden N, Schmidtchen M, Prahl U, Biermann H, Weidner A. Laminated TRIP/TWIP Steel Composites Produced by Roll Bonding. Metals. 2019; 9(2):195.Chicago/Turabian Style
Qiu, Yangxi; Kaden, Nico; Schmidtchen, Matthias; Prahl, Ulrich; Biermann, Horst; Weidner, Anja. 2019. "Laminated TRIP/TWIP Steel Composites Produced by Roll Bonding." Metals 9, no. 2: 195.
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