1980-02-01

Stress-Relief Annealed High-Strength Sheet Steel - Properties and Applications 800373

The high-strength properties of stress-relief annealed (SRA) steel are developed by processing rather than by alloying. The mechanical properties and their reproducibility as well as the properties commonly used to predict formability are described. Examples of parts made from different strength levels of SRA are illustrated.

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