MSE 2012

25.-27. September 2012; Darmstadt, Deutschland

Der SFB war mit folgenden Beiträgen vertreten:

Teilprojekt A3: B. Hallstedt: Thermodynamics based calculations of stacking fault energies in high Mn steels.

Teilprojekt A5, C2: T. Ingendahl, A. Saeed-Akbari, J. Nellesen, W. Bleck: Dynamic Tensile Behavior of Twinning Induced Plasticity Steels.

Teilprojekt A5: X. Guo, A. Saeed-Akbari, W. Bleck: Crack propagation in TWIP steel with high delayed fracture susceptibility.

Teilprojekt A7: F. Roters, I. Gutierrez-Urrutia, D. Raabe: Modelling the orientation dependency of twin substructure evolution in high Manganese TWIP steel.

Teilprojekt A7/B2: M. Bambach, S. Heppner, D.R. Steinmetz, F. Roters: Methods for judging parameter determinability of a physically-based flow stress model for TWIP steels. (Poster / Oral Presentation)

Teilprojekt B2: Daamen, M.; Wietbrock, B.; Hirt, G.: Production of High-Manganese Steel Strips by Laboratory Scale Strip Casting and an Adapted Hot Forming Route.

Teilprojekt B4: Haase, C.; Chowdhury, S.G.; Barrales-Mora, L.A.; Molodov, D.A.; Gottstein, G.: Correlation between microstructure and texture evolution in an austenitic Fe-28Mn-0.3C TWIP steel during cold-rolling.

Teilprojekt B6: M. Daamen, B. Wietbrock, G. Hirt: Production of high-manganese steel strips by laboratory scale strip casting and an adapted hot forming route.

Teilprojekt C6: N. Zan, X. Guo, U. Prahl, W. Bleck: Hydrogen induced delayed fracture in hot rolled high manganese austenitic steel - the effect of Mn segregation and grain size.

Teilprojekt C6: X. Guo, A. Saeed-Akbari, W. Bleck: Crack propagation in TWIP steel with high delayed fracture susceptibility.

Das, T.; Bera, S.; Dahmen, K.; Hoffmann, S.; Bleck, W.; Munda, P.; Ghosh Chowdhury, S.: Deformation mode and its implication on the evolution of microstructure and texture during high strain rate deformation of twinning-induced plasticity steel.