High Manganese Steels Conference 2011

15.-18. Mai 2011

Seoul, Korea

Der SFB 761 war mit folgenden Beiträgen vertreten:

SFB 761: Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Bleck: Characterisation of High Mn Steels by Numerical and Experimental Tools LINK

Teilprojekt A2: A. Dick, F. Körmann, A. Abbasi, T. Hickel, J. Neugebauer (MPIE): Towards an ab initio based understanding of deformation mechanisms in high-manganese steels LINK

Teilprojekt A3: D. Djurovic, B. Hallstedt: Thermodynamics of γ→ε martensitic transformations in the Fe-Mn-C system.

Teilprojekt A5: A. Saeed-Akbari, W. Bleck: Mechanical Properties and Deformation Mechanisms in Fe-Mn-C Steels Designed by a Thermodynamics-Based Methodology.

Teilprojekt A7: D.R. Steinmetz, F. Roters, P. Eisenlohr, D. Raabe: A dislocation density-based constitutive model for TWIP steels.

Teilprojekt B2: Prof. Dr.-Ing. G. Hirt, Dipl.-Ing. B. Wietbrock, M. Bambach (IBF): Hot forming and characterization of forming behavior of three ternary Fe-Mn-C (Fe23Mn0.3C, Fe23Mn0.6C, Fe28Mn0.3C) high-manganese steels LINK

Teilprojekt C2:Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Bleck, S. Hoffmann, B. Berme: In situ characterisation of deformation behavior of austenitic high manganese steels LINK

Teilprojekt C6: Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Math. U. Prahl, R. Twardowski (IEHK): Flow curve and failure modelling for high-Mn steels on a microstructural scale LINK

Teilprojekt C3: Prof. J.M. Schneider, Dipl.-Ing. S. Reeh, Denis Music, Ph.D. (MCH): Elastic properties of Fe-Mn-X alloys (X=C, Co, Ni) studied by nanoindentation and ab initio calculations LINK