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, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp 26–29 | Cite as

Hot rolling behavior of austenite microalloyed with vanadium and nitrogen

  • A. J. DeArdo
  • E. L. Brown
Article

Abstract

Understanding the physical metallurgy of hot rolling vanadium-aluminum-nitrogen steels can lead to improved properties through judicious selection of proper rolling and processing schedules.

Keywords

Ferrite Austenite Isothermal Holding Grain Morphology Lower Temperature Limit 
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  • A. J. DeArdo
  • E. L. Brown

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