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Hall-Petch Relationship of a TWIP Steel
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The grain size dependence of the tensile properties of a TWIP steel has been determined for a wide range of grain sizes obtained by grain growth after complete recrystallization of cold rolled material. The near-linear stress-strain behaviour typical of either TWIP steels or other materials that deform by twinning has been observed, the work hardening rate being larger for the smaller grain sizes. The Hall-Petch slope increases as a function of strain, from 350 MPa μm1/2 for the yield stress to 630 MPa μm1/2 for the maximum uniform strain in the tensile tests, ε  0.40. Profuse twinning is observed in deformed specimens by means of FIB-ISE.

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Nicolás de la Rosa Fox
Pages
147-152
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.423.147
Citation
F. de las Cuevas, M. Reis, A. Ferraiuolo, G. Pratolongo, L. P. Karjalainen, J. Alkorta, J. Gil Sevillano, "Hall-Petch Relationship of a TWIP Steel", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 423, pp. 147-152, 2010
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December 2009
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