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New Advanced High Strength Steels

Optimizing Properties

Goune, Mohamed / Iung, Thierry / Schmitt, Jean-Hubert (Editor)


1. Edition December 2023
416 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-78945-122-1
John Wiley & Sons

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In recent years, significant developments have been made to increase the mechanical strength of steels in order to reduce the overall weight of structures, particularly in motor vehicles. Depending on the application, the increase in strength should not be at the expense of forming and in-use properties.

The development of ultra-high strength steels requires a search for new trade-offs between these properties in order to optimize the final microstructure. New Advanced High Strength Steels analyzes the interactions between tensile mechanical properties and properties such as work hardening, anisotropy, resistance to rupture, fatigue life, corrosion resistance, crashworthiness, edge retention, hydrogen resistance and weldability. It also examines the links between the microstructural parameters of high-strength steels and the properties mentioned above. It highlights the metallurgical developments that have been necessary for the emergence of these new generations of steels.

The book concludes with a look ahead to future developments in ultra-high strength steels.

Mohamed Gouné is a university professor at the University of Bordeaux, France, a researcher at the ICMCB and a specialist in the genesis of nano/microstructures in metal alloys.

Thierry Iung is a metallurgy expert and head of metallurgy research for products and processes at ArcelorMittal, Maizières-lès-Metz.

Jean-Hubert Schmitt is professor emeritus at Centrale Supélec, France. He is a specialist in the mechanical behavior of metallic alloys in relation to their microstructure.

M. Goune, University of Bordeaux, France; T. Iung, Arcelormittal Maizières Research, France; J.-H. Schmitt, Centrale Supélec, France