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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Formability and Fracture of Metal Sheets
Presentation Title Behavior of Quenched-and-Partitioned Steels Deformed at Elevated Temperatures
Author(s) Ana Luiza Araujo, Jun Hu, Erik Pavlina, Amrinder Gill
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Ana Luiza Araujo
Abstract Scope The quenching and partitioning (QP) treatment is used to stabilize and retain austenite in steels at room temperature via carbon enrichment during heat treatment. In this study, the effects of deformation temperature on the austenite stability of two quenched-and-partitioned steels were investigated based on isothermal uniaxial tensile tests at 25–225 ˚C. Isothermal tensile curves showed loss of strength and ductility up to 150 ˚C. However, both strength and elongation increased when samples were tested above 175 ˚C. This behavior is in contrast to fully austenitic steel grades, which do not exhibit any recovery in strength or elongation over a similar temperature range. X-ray diffraction, dilatometry, and electron backscatter diffraction were used to analyze carbon partitioning, austenite decomposition, and microstructural evolution as it relates to isothermal deformation behavior.
Proceedings Inclusion? Definite: At-meeting proceedings


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