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Transformation Induced Plasticity: Mechanisms and Modeling

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M. Cherkaoui

Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique des Matériaux, ISGMP-CNRS, Ile du Sauley - 57045 Metz, Francee-mail: cherk@lpmm.univ-metz.fr

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 124(1), 55-61 (Jun 28, 2001) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1421051 History: Received March 23, 2001; Revised June 28, 2001
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Evolution of the TRIP strain as a function of the martensite content during a “creep” test. Experimental results of Gautier et al.
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Evolution of the martensite content during a “creep” test. Experimental results of Gautier et al.
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Comparison between the experimental and theoretical results for a tensile test performed on a stable austenite
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Comparison between the experimental and theoretical results for a tensile test performed on a TRIP steel at T=−15°C: strain-stress curve
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Comparison between the experimental and theoretical results for a tensile test performed on a TRIP steel at T=−15°C: evolution of the martensite content
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Average stress state in each grain recorded at three different macroscopic strains
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Martensitic volume fraction in each grain recorded at three different macroscopic strains
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Evolution of the TRIP strain as a function of the martensite content during a “creep” test: theoretical results
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Evolution of the martensite content during a “creep” test: theoretical results

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