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Production of TWIP steel by metal injection molding using bimodal powder mixtures

Author
Garcia, K.; Felguera, J.; Herranz, G.; Calvo, J.; Benito, J.; Cabrera, J.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
European Congress and Exhibition on Powder Metallurgy 2017
Date of publication
2018
Presentation's date
2017-10-01
Book of congress proceedings
EURO PM 2017: European Congress and Exhibition on Powder Metallurgy: Milan, Italy: October 1-5, 2017: proceedings book
URL
https://www.epma.com/publications/euro-pm-proceedings/product/ep17-3686396 Open in new window
Abstract
TWIP steels (TWinning Induced Plasticity) are a high manganese austenitic steels that possess both, very high tensile strength and large elongation together with an outstanding high work hardening rate. This makes possible to reduce cross section of components providing as well enhanced impact energy absorption ability, which in turns make them attractive, but not limited, to automotive applications. Nevertheless, their processing by continuous casting is relatively complicated due to the strong...
Keywords
Automotive applications, Continuous casting, Conventional casting, High manganese austenitic steel, High-tensile strength, Impact energy absorption, Injection molding, Manganese, Manganese segregation, Mechanical properties, Metal injection molding, Metal molding, Mixtures, Plasticity, Powder metallurgy, Powder metals, Segregation (metallography), Steel, Strain hardening, Tensile strength, Twinning-induced plasticities
Group of research
PROCOMAME - Conformation Processes of Metallic Materials

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