Maps of chemical segregation, recovery, recrystallisation and phase transformation in a TRIP-assisted dual phase steel

Published: 7 June 2016| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/bmwtjn7v5d.1
Bernard Ennis


EDS maps of different elements in banded steel subjected to hot- and cold-rolling with subsequent heating at two different heating rates (5°C/s and 20°C/s) to 700, 735, 765, 830 and 950°C followed by water quenching to determine the effect of the element segregation on recovery, recrystallisation and ferrite to austenite transformation. GreyOrientation contrast (SEM) image Elements: Al, C, Cr, Fe, Mn, Si


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Data Type: Weight % Image Resolution: 1024 by 768 Image Pixel Size: 0.11 µm/ 0.10 µm Map Resolution: 512 by 384 Map Pixel Size: 0.22 µm/ 0.20 µm Acc. Voltage: 10.0 kV/ 15.0 kV Magnification: 1100/ 1200


The University of Manchester, Tata Steel Research Development and Technology


Steel, Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy, Mapping