Hot ductility of TWIP steels

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TWIP (Twining Induced Plasticity) steel is very promising AHSS (Advanced High Strength Steel) grade owing to its superior toughness and ductility. Recently it has attracted the interest of the automotive and steelmaking industries, as the need for reducing weight to pro... View more
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    Table 4.1 Compositions of TWIP steels..............................................................................120 Table 5.1 Composition of Nb/V containing TWIP steels………........................................132 Table 6.1 Compositions of TWIP steels..............................................................................147

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