Effects of austenite conditioning on microstructural development and interphase precipitation in titanium-molybdenum microalloyed steels, The
A challenge exists in the automotive industry to develop new, hot-rolled, microalloyed steels offering a balance of high tensile strength and superior stretch-flange formability. The steel industry has responded by developing ferritic steels strengthened with extensive nanometer-scale precipitation. The single-phase ferritic matrix eliminates hard constituents and imparts superior stretch-flange formability, while high strengths are derived from nanometer-scale precipitates. In this context, interphase precipitation has regained substantial academic and industrial interest. Interphase precipitates ...
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