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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advanced High Strength Steels V
Presentation Title Stacking Fault Energy Dependent Deformation Mechanisms in Medium-Mn Steels
Author(s) Krista R. Limmer, Daniel Field, Daniel Magagnosc, Timothy Walter, Christopher Meredith, Levi Johnson, Jeffrey Lloyd
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Krista R. Limmer
Abstract Scope Medium-Mn steels with a range of stacking fault energy (SFE) values were mechanically tested at a range of temperatures and strain rates and characterized to determine the dominant deformation mechanisms: twinning, phase transformation, or dislocation glide. The temperature and rate dependence of twinning and phase transformation is a function of the alloy dependent stacking fault energy, unstable stacking fault energy (USFE), and unstable twinning fault energy (UTFE). Empirical models exist to predict the composition dependent stacking fault energy, which can also be validated using TEM to measure stacking fault width. As barrier energies the unstable energies are only accessible through atomic scale modeling. A series of representative medium-Mn alloys were modeled with first-principles calculations to determine their SFE, USFE and UTFE and compared to the experimentally observed deformation mechanisms.
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Keywords Iron and Steel, Modeling and Simulation, Mechanical Properties


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