Effects of retained austenite stability and volume fraction on deformation behaviors of TRIP steels

K. S. Choi, A. Soulami, W. N. Liu, X. Sun, M. A. Khaleel

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Abstract

In this paper, the separate effects of austenite stability and its volume fraction on the deformation behaviors of transformation-induced plasticity (TRIP) steels are investigated based on the microstructure-based finite element modeling method. The effects of austenite stability on the strength, ductility and formability of TRIP steels are first examined based on the microstructure of a commercial TRIP 800 steel. Then, the separate effects of the austenite volume fraction on the overall deformation behaviors of TRIP steels are examined based on the various representative volume elements (RVEs). The computational results suggest that the higher austenite stability is helpful to increase the ductility and formability, but not the UTS. However, the increase of austenite volume fraction alone is not helpful in improving the performance of TRIP steels. This may indicate that various other material factors should also be concurrently adjusted during thermomechanical manufacturing process in a way to increase the performance of TRIP steels, which needs further investigation.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10
Pages1852-1860
Number of pages9
Volume3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2010
Externally publishedYes
EventMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10 - Houston, TX, United States
Duration: 17 Oct 201021 Oct 2010

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OtherMaterials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10
CountryUnited States
CityHouston, TX
Period17/10/1021/10/10

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Steel
Austenite
Plasticity
Volume fraction
Formability
Ductility
Microstructure

Keywords

  • Austenite stability, microstructure, finite element analysis (FEA)
  • TRIP steels

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science (miscellaneous)

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Choi, K. S., Soulami, A., Liu, W. N., Sun, X., & Khaleel, M. A. (2010). Effects of retained austenite stability and volume fraction on deformation behaviors of TRIP steels. In Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10 (Vol. 3, pp. 1852-1860)

Effects of retained austenite stability and volume fraction on deformation behaviors of TRIP steels. / Choi, K. S.; Soulami, A.; Liu, W. N.; Sun, X.; Khaleel, M. A.

Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10. Vol. 3 2010. p. 1852-1860.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Choi, KS, Soulami, A, Liu, WN, Sun, X & Khaleel, MA 2010, Effects of retained austenite stability and volume fraction on deformation behaviors of TRIP steels. in Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10. vol. 3, pp. 1852-1860, Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10, Houston, TX, United States, 17/10/10.
Choi KS, Soulami A, Liu WN, Sun X, Khaleel MA. Effects of retained austenite stability and volume fraction on deformation behaviors of TRIP steels. In Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10. Vol. 3. 2010. p. 1852-1860
Choi, K. S. ; Soulami, A. ; Liu, W. N. ; Sun, X. ; Khaleel, M. A. / Effects of retained austenite stability and volume fraction on deformation behaviors of TRIP steels. Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition 2010, MS and T'10. Vol. 3 2010. pp. 1852-1860
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