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Microstructure and fracture properties of an ultrahigh carbon steel–mild steel laminated composite

AuthorsCarreño, Fernando; Chao, Jesús; Pozuelo, M.; Ruano, Oscar Antonio
KeywordsFerrous laminated composites
Roll bonding
Charpy impact testing
Issue Date2003
CitationScripta Materialia 48(8) : 1135-1140 (2003)
AbstractA seven layer steel based (mild steel and ultrahigh carbon steel, UHCS) laminated composite was processed by roll bonding. Impact properties were improved in comparison with the UHCS. Delamination plays an important role by deflecting cracks, absorbing energy and imposing the nucleation of new cracks in the next material layer.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1359-6462(02)00602-4
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