High Strength Nanocrystallized Multilayered Structure Obtained by SMAT and Co-Rolling

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. In the present study, a method is presented combining surface nanocrystalline treatment (SMAT) and the co-rolling process. The aim of this duplex treatment is the development of a 316L stainless steel semi-massive multilayered bulk structure with improved yield and ultimate tensile strengths, while conserving an acceptable elongation to failure by optimizing the volume fraction and distribution of the nano-grains in the laminate. To characterize this composite structure, tensile tests as well as sharp nanoindentation tests were carried out to follow the local hardness evolution through the cross-section of the laminate. Furthermore, transmission electron microscope (TEM) observations were carried out to determine the correlation between the microstructure, the local hardness and the mechanical response of the structure.

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Jian Lu

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249-254

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.614.249

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L. Waltz et al., "High Strength Nanocrystallized Multilayered Structure Obtained by SMAT and Co-Rolling", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 614, pp. 249-254, 2009

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March 2009

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