Influence of Temperature and Strain Rate during Thermomechanical Treatment of a Metastable Austenitic TRIP Steel Compacted by SPS/FAST

Published on May 1, 2019in Advanced Engineering Materials3.217
· DOI :10.1002/ADEM.201800617
Markus Radajewski8
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Ralf Eckner7
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+ 2 AuthorsLutz Krüger22
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