Effect of second-phase particles on the mechanical properties of steel: proceedings of a conference organised by the Corporate Laboratories of the British Steel Corporation and the Iron and Steel Institute, held at the Royal Hotel, Scarborough, on 24-25 March 1971
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Elastic modulus hardening
Age hardening of austenitic steels by
Effects of secondphase particles on formability at room temperature
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aging alloy annealing austenite austenite grain bainitic behaviour boundaries carbide cracking carbide particles cementite Charpy cleavage fracture cooling crack propagation decrease deformation diameter dimples dislocation dispersion dispersion strengthening ductility effects of second-phase elongated equation experimental failure fatigue ferrite fibrous flow stress formability fracture surface Gladman grain size growth hardening heat treatment inclusions increase initiation interphase isothermal transformation JISI lamellar structure lamellar tearing maraging steel martensite material matrix mechanical properties melts microcracks microstructure mild steel morphology notch nucleation observed obtained occurs pearlite phase pile-up plate produced quenched and tempered range ratio reduction relationship rolling second-phase particles shear shown in Fig shows solution specimens steels containing strength levels strengthening structure sulphide sulphur tensile stress tensile test testpieces thickness tion titanium titanium carbide tons/in2 toughness Trans transformation temperature transverse values vanadium vanadium carbide void volume fraction weld work-hardening yield strength yield stress