Effect of Carbon and Manganese on the Quenching and Partitioning Response of CMnSi Steels

@inproceedings{Moor2011EffectOC,
  title={Effect of Carbon and Manganese on the Quenching and Partitioning Response of CMnSi Steels},
  author={Emmanuel De Moor and John G. Speer and David K. Matlock and Jai-Hyun Kwak and Seung-bok Lee},
  year={2011}
}
CMnSi steel grades with carbon contents ranging from 0.2 to 0.3 wt% and manganese contents of 3 and 5 wt% were Quenched and Partitioned (Q&P). Tensile properties were assessed and retained austenite fractions measured. Intercritically annealed and fully austenitized conditions were studied. The best combinations of tensile strength and total elongation obtained in the 0.2C–3Mn–1.6Si grade after intercritical annealing were associated with strength levels in the 1000–1200 MPa range and total… CONTINUE READING

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