Mechanism of work hardening in Hadfield manganese steel

@article{Dastur1981MechanismOW,
  title={Mechanism of work hardening in Hadfield manganese steel},
  author={Y. N. Dastur and W. C. Leslie},
  journal={Metallurgical Transactions A},
  year={1981},
  volume={12},
  pages={749-759}
}
When Hadfield manganese steel in the single-phase austenitic condition was strained in tension, in the temperature range - 25 to 300 °C, it exhibited jerky (serrated) flow, a negative (inverse) strain-rate dependence of flow stress and high work hardening, characteristic of dynamic strain aging. The strain rate-temperature regime of jerky flow was determined and the apparent activation energies for the appearance and disappearance of serrations were found to be 104 kJ/mol and 146 kJ/mol… 
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