Introduction Objective : investigate the effect of surface conditions on bendability of Advanced High Strength Sheet (AHSS) steels. Load vs. Displacement Data. Limited reproducibility for tests
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Load vs. Displacement Data
Effect of Surface Condition on Bendability of Zinc-coated Advanced High Strength SteelsEric Lynd1, E. De Moor2, D.K. Matlock21University of Rochester, 2Colorado School of Mines
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Samples’ tests interrupted shortly after load drop
TRIP 780 GA
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research under Grant No. DMR-1062797.
The input of the sponsors of the Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center, an NSF industry/university cooperative research center at the Colorado School of Mines is gratefully acknowledged.
Cross section of surface cracking in DP980 GA, As Received Sample