Strength and toughness of clean nanostructured bainite

Mathew Peet, LCD Fielding, AA Hamedany, M Rawson, P Hill & Harshad Bhadeshia
A nanostructured steel has been produced using a clean steel-making technique. The mechanical properties have been comprehensively characterised. The maximum strength of the material recorded was 2.2 GPa at yield, with an ultimate tensile strength of 2.5 GPa, accompanied by a Charpy impact energy of 5 J, achieved by heat treatment to refine the prior austenite grain size from 145 to 20 µm. This increased the strength by 40% and the Charpy V-notch energy more than doubled. In terms...
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