STRESS-STRAIN BEHAVIOUR AND SOFTENING IN MANGANESE TWIP STEEL TESTED IN THERMAL-MECHANICAL SIMULATOR PLASTOMETRICKÉ VÝSLEDKY NAPĚŤOVO-DEFORMAČNÍHO

@inproceedings{STUPN2009STRESSSTRAINBA,
  title={STRESS-STRAIN BEHAVIOUR AND SOFTENING IN MANGANESE TWIP STEEL TESTED IN THERMAL-MECHANICAL SIMULATOR PLASTOMETRICKÉ VÝSLEDKY NAPĚŤOVO-DEFORMAČNÍHO},
  author={CHOV{\'A}N{\'I} A STUPNĚ and ZMĚK{\vC}EN{\'I} FEROMANGANOV{\'E} and TWIP OCELI and J. Csc. Kliber and Kamil Drozd and Ilja Mamuzi{\'c} and TWIP STEELS},
  year={2009}
}
  • CHOVÁNÍ A STUPNĚ, ZMĚKČENÍ FEROMANGANOVÉ, +4 authors TWIP STEELS
  • Published 2009
The ferromanganese TWIP steels with content of 17 to 20 % of manganese are fully austenitic and non-magnetic, without any phase transformation. Owing to the claiming of the twinning mechanism the TWIP-steels are able to satisfy a great number of technical requirements for production of cars of the new generation. The primary experimental results of the TWIP-steels show the high end tensile strength of 600 to 1100 MPa und extreme values of ductility at intervals from 60 % to 90 %. Through the… CONTINUE READING

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