1996-02-01

Dynamic Deformation Behavior of Steel Sheet for Automobile 960019

The effects of strain rate on the deformation behavior of several steels were investigated to find the most appropriate material for anti-crash parts of automobiles, such as front-side-members. Dual phase steel, TRIP steel, and work hardened steel showed higher dynamic to static yield strength ratios than solid-solution hardened steel. The dual phase steel absorbed a higher amount of energy during dynamic deformation than other steels with the same static yield strength due to its high strain rate sensitivity and high work hardening coefficient during dynamic deformation.

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