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Advanced high strength steels for automotive industry

(2012) REVISTA DE METALURGIA. 48(2). p.118-131
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The car industry is facing pressure because of the growing demand for more fuel-efficient passenger cars. In order to limit energy consumption and air pollution the weight of the carbody has to be reduced. At the same time, high levels of safety have to be guaranteed. In this situation, the choice of material becomes a key decision in car design. As a response to the requirements of the automotive sector, high strength steels and advanced high strength steels have been developed by the steel industry. These modern steel grades offer an excellent balance of low cost, light weight and mechanical properties.
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Advanced high strength steel, TRIP, High strength steel, Steel, MICROSTRUCTURE, DUCTILITY, ENHANCEMENT, BEHAVIOR, MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES, RETAINED AUSTENITE, PHASE SHEET STEELS, ALLOYED TRIP STEELS, Low alloy steel, INDUCED MARTENSITIC NUCLEATION, TRANSFORMATION-INDUCED PLASTICITY

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Galan Lopez, Jesus, Ludovic Samek, Patricia Verleysen, et al. “Advanced High Strength Steels for Automotive Industry.” REVISTA DE METALURGIA 48.2 (2012): 118–131. Print.
APA
Galan Lopez, J., Samek, L., Verleysen, P., Verbeken, K., & Houbaert, Y. (2012). Advanced high strength steels for automotive industry. REVISTA DE METALURGIA, 48(2), 118–131.
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Galan Lopez, Jesus, Ludovic Samek, Patricia Verleysen, Kim Verbeken, and Yvan Houbaert. 2012. “Advanced High Strength Steels for Automotive Industry.” Revista De Metalurgia 48 (2): 118–131.
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Galan Lopez, Jesus, Ludovic Samek, Patricia Verleysen, Kim Verbeken, and Yvan Houbaert. 2012. “Advanced High Strength Steels for Automotive Industry.” Revista De Metalurgia 48 (2): 118–131.
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Galan Lopez J, Samek L, Verleysen P, Verbeken K, Houbaert Y. Advanced high strength steels for automotive industry. REVISTA DE METALURGIA. 2012;48(2):118–31.
IEEE
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J. Galan Lopez, L. Samek, P. Verleysen, K. Verbeken, and Y. Houbaert, “Advanced high strength steels for automotive industry,” REVISTA DE METALURGIA, vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 118–131, 2012.
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  abstract     = {The car industry is facing pressure because of the growing demand for more fuel-efficient passenger cars. In order to limit energy consumption and air pollution the weight of the carbody has to be reduced. At the same time, high levels of safety have to be guaranteed. In this situation, the choice of material becomes a key decision in car design. As a response to the requirements of the automotive sector, high strength steels and advanced high strength steels have been developed by the steel industry. These modern steel grades offer an excellent balance of low cost, light weight and mechanical properties.},
  author       = {Galan Lopez, Jesus and Samek, Ludovic and Verleysen, Patricia and Verbeken, Kim and Houbaert, Yvan},
  issn         = {0034-8570},
  journal      = {REVISTA DE METALURGIA},
  keywords     = {Advanced high strength steel,TRIP,High strength steel,Steel,MICROSTRUCTURE,DUCTILITY,ENHANCEMENT,BEHAVIOR,MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES,RETAINED AUSTENITE,PHASE SHEET STEELS,ALLOYED TRIP STEELS,Low alloy steel,INDUCED MARTENSITIC NUCLEATION,TRANSFORMATION-INDUCED PLASTICITY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {118--131},
  title        = {Advanced high strength steels for automotive industry},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.1158},
  volume       = {48},
  year         = {2012},
}

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