TRIP Steel

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Steels of current interest involve novel alloying and processing combinations to produce unique microstructural combinations and have been referred to by a variety of identifiers including, among others, DP (Dual Phase), TRIP (Transformation Induced Plasticity), TWIP (Twinning Induced Plasticity). In this report, it is mainly focused on the mechanical properties of TRIP and transformation behavior of retained austenite.

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TRIP SteelContents1. Abstract 22. Introduction 23. Historical Background 34. Alloying Concepts 35. Manufacturing Process 56. TRIP and Others 77. Applications 98. Conclusion139. References141. AbstractSteels of current interest involve novel alloying and processing combinations to produce unique microstructural combinations and have been referred to by a variety of identifiers including, among others, DP (Dual Phase), TRIP (Transformation Induced Plasticity), TWIP (Twinning Induced Plasticity). In this report, it is mainly focused on the mechanical properties of TRIP and transformation behavior of retained austenite. The properties of these steels are derived from appropriate combinations of strengthening mechanisms. It is also given the development of several types TRIP steels designed for specific applications, which require careful microstructure control to optimize the specific strengthening mechanisms that are responsible for the desired final properties.2. IntroductionIt is of greatest importance for the industry, specifically for the automotive industry, to develop steels with a better combination of strength and formability. Such steels will allow weight reduction, improved fuel-efficiency and environmental friendliness as well as higher passenger safety. The importance of steels with better combination of mechanical properties has been reflected as an increase in the Tensile Strength (TS) of each body component and also as an increasing ratio of h

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