2009
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.410-411.611
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Anu Väisänen, Kari Mäntyjärvi, Jussi A. Karjalainen

Abstract: Utilisation of ultra-high-strength (UHS) steels is rapidly spreading from the automotive industry into many other application areas. It is necessary to know how these materials behave in common production processes such as air bending. The bendability of UHS steels is much lower compared to normal and high-strength construction steels. In this work, experimental tests were carried out using complex phase (CP) bainitic-martensitic UHS steels (YS/TS 960/1000 and 1100/1250) and S650MC HS steel in order to inspect…

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