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Response to hydrogen charging in high strength automotive sheet steel products

conference contribution
posted on 2003-01-01, 00:00 authored by Tim HilditchTim Hilditch, S B Lee, J G Speer, D K Matlock
The influences of laboratory-induced hydrogen on the tensile deformation and fracture behavior of selected sheet steels including conventional DQSK and HSLA steels as well as newer DP and TRIP grades were evaluated. The effects of cold work, simulated paint baking, and natural aging were considered. Hydrogen effects were observable by increased flow stress, decreased ductility, altered neck geometry, and altered fracture mechanisms. Differences among the steels and conditions were observed and interpreted on the basis of microstructure, fracture behavior, and theories of hydrogen embrittlement. Copyright © 2003 SAE International.

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0148-7191

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2688-3627

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EN.1 Other conference paper

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SAE Technical Papers

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