Some aspects of thermo-mechanical properties of high Mn TWIP steels investigated by in-situ infrared thermography

L. Chen*, S. Birosca, Han S. Kim, S. K. Kim, B. C. De Cooman

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Abstract

Recent trends in automotive industry towards improved passenger safety and reduced weight have led to a great interest in AHSS (Advanced High Strength Steel). High Mn TWIP (TWinning Induced Plasticity) steel is one of AHSS grades which is very promising because of its superior toughness and ductility. The deformation behavior and mechanical properties of the high Mn TWIP steel were analyzed in detail by incorporating in-situ IR (Infra Red) thermography and in-situ strain analysis during deformation. The high sensitivity IR system revealed the pronounced deformation localization during tensile testing.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition, MS and T'07 - "Exploring Structure, Processing, and Applications Across Multiple Materials Systems"
Pages178-188
Number of pages11
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2007
EventMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition, MS and T'07 - "Exploring Structure, Processing, and Applications Across Multiple Materials Systems" - Detroit, MI, United States
Duration: 16 Sep 200720 Sep 2007

Publication series

NameMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition, MS and T'07 - "Exploring Structure, Processing, and Applications Across Multiple Materials Systems"
Volume1

Conference

ConferenceMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition, MS and T'07 - "Exploring Structure, Processing, and Applications Across Multiple Materials Systems"
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityDetroit, MI
Period16/09/0720/09/07

Keywords

  • Deformation band
  • Deformation twinning
  • Dynamic strain aging
  • TWIP

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