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High manganese austenitic twinning induced plasticity steels: A review of the microstructure properties relationships

Abstract : A significant increase in the research activity dedicated to high manganese TWIP steels has occurred during the past five years, motivated by the breakthrough combination of strength and ductility possessed by these alloys. Here a review of the relations between microstructure and mechanical properties is presented focusing on plasticity mechanisms, strain-hardening, yield stress, texture, fracture and fatigue. This summarized knowledge explains why TWIP steel metallurgy is currently a topic of great practical interest and fundamental importance. Finally, this publication indicates some of the main avenues for future investigations required in order to sustain the quality and the dynamism in this field.
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Olivier Bouaziz, S. Allain, C.P. Scott, P. Cugy, Damien Barbier. High manganese austenitic twinning induced plasticity steels: A review of the microstructure properties relationships. Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, Elsevier, 2011, 15, pp.141-168. ⟨10.1016/j.cossms.2011.04.002⟩. ⟨hal-00607330⟩

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