Quenching and Partitioning of Multiphase Aluminum-Added Steels
AbstractThe quenching and partitioning response following intercritical annealing was investigated for three lean TRIP-type high-Al steel compositions. Depending on the intercritical austenite fraction following annealing, the steels assumed either a ferrite/martensite/retained austenite microstructure or a multiphase structure with ferritic, bainitic and martensitic constituents along with retained austenite. The amount of retained austenite was found to correlate with the initial quench temperature and, depending on the intercritical annealing condition prior to initial quenching, with the uniform and ultimate elongations measured in tensile testing. View Full-Text
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Nyyssönen, T.; Oja, O.; Jussila, P.; Saastamoinen, A.; Somani, M.; Peura, P. Quenching and Partitioning of Multiphase Aluminum-Added Steels. Metals 2019, 9, 373.
Nyyssönen T, Oja O, Jussila P, Saastamoinen A, Somani M, Peura P. Quenching and Partitioning of Multiphase Aluminum-Added Steels. Metals. 2019; 9(3):373.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nyyssönen, Tuomo; Oja, Olli; Jussila, Petri; Saastamoinen, Ari; Somani, Mahesh; Peura, Pasi. 2019. "Quenching and Partitioning of Multiphase Aluminum-Added Steels." Metals 9, no. 3: 373.
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