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Effect of the Deformation Temperature in the Bainitic Transformation During Ausforming Treatments

AuthorsGarcía Mateo, Carlos
KeywordsBainitic transformation
High-performance materials
Deformation temperature
Issue Date2-Jun-2019
PublisherWissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
AbstractThe important area of hot sheet metal forming of high-performance steel, and high-performance materials in general, is in a phase of accelerated development. The industrial and research community within this field is growing all over the world. Since the innovation in Sweden in the 1970s, press hardening of ultra-high strength steels has become a global technology. The driving forces for this fast development, with focus on the automotive sector, are concern for the environment and passenger safety. Press hardening and related thermo-mechanical processes represent technologies with outstanding potential to meet global environmental challenges as well as the safety challenges within the transportation sector. What did start as a niche technology has developed into a globally dominating automotive light-weight design strategy. However, inspired by the continuing success of the press hardening technology, researchers are looking for the next generation of materials for utilization in light-weight structures. Solutions with new materials for press hardening, new hot forming technologies of light-weight and high-performance materials as well as processes for hybrid materials such as steels and carbon fiber reinforced polymer composites are in the pipeline.
Description7Th International Conference on Hot Sheet Metal Forming of High-Performance Steel (Proceedings)
Publisher version (URL)https://www.verlag-wiss-scripten.de/Shop/Detail.html?&PR_ID=341
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