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“…S1 ). The stacking fault energy at room temperature (RT) is in the range of 5–15 mJ/m 2 in the austenitic structure 19 . The RT deformation is characterized by the sequential presence of stacking faults, ε-martensites and α-martensites.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
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“…S1 ). The stacking fault energy at room temperature (RT) is in the range of 5–15 mJ/m 2 in the austenitic structure 19 . The RT deformation is characterized by the sequential presence of stacking faults, ε-martensites and α-martensites.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…6,7,[12][13][14]21,[33][34][35]55). This austenite phase is very tough and break the continuity of brittle martensite phase.…”
Section: B Summary Of the Correlation Of Mechanical Properties With mentioning
“…Being thermodynamically metastable, austenite retained at room temperature could decompose via either thermally-or mechanically-induced phase transformations. Such metastability has played a key role in controlling the strength and toughness in hypoeutectoid steels with carbon content less than 0.6 wt.%, for instance ausformed steels [1,2,3,4] and TRIP-assisted steels [4,5,6], whilst less has been explored on hypereutectoid steels.…”
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