HOT WORKABILITY OF ADVANCED HIGH STRENGTH STEELS WITH INCREASED MANGANESE CONTENT

@inproceedings{Grajcar2011HOTWO,
  title={HOT WORKABILITY OF ADVANCED HIGH STRENGTH STEELS WITH INCREASED MANGANESE CONTENT},
  author={Adam Grajcar and Roman Kuziak and Władysław Zalecki},
  year={2011}
}
Several C-(3-5)Mn-Al-Mo steels with and without Nb microaddition, that can be classified as AHSS, were developed in the present study. To design a thermomechanical treatment for AHSS steels with required multiphase structures a knowledge of their hot deformation resistance is of primary importance. The paper presents the results of the compression tests carried out at various temperatures and strain rates using the Gleeble simulator. A great potential of the investigated steels for the… CONTINUE READING

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