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The role of stress induced martensite in ductile metastable Beta Ti-alloys showing combined TRIP/TWIP effects

Abstract : A new family of metastable beta type titanium alloys has recently been designed for ductility improvement with large strain-hardening effect. Superior plastic properties were obtained due to collective effects of both phase transformation induced plasticity and twinning induced plasticity. A series of stress induced phase transformations, including stress/strain-induced beta to omega transformation and stress-induced martensitic beta to α” transformations, play particular roles at each deformation stage. The SIM transformations were found to be closely related to the strain-hardening behavior of the material. In this work, the relationship between SIM transformations and strain-hardening effect were studied by microstructural investigations.
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F. Sun, J. Y. Zhang, C. Brozek, M. Marteleur, M. Véron, et al.. The role of stress induced martensite in ductile metastable Beta Ti-alloys showing combined TRIP/TWIP effects. Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier, 2015, International Conference on Martensitic Transformations, ICOMAT-2014, 2, Supplement 3, pp.S505--S510. ⟨10.1016/j.matpr.2015.07.336⟩. ⟨hal-01231156⟩

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