Branagan Featured in AM&P for NanoSteel’s 3rd Generation AHSS Development
- July 28, 2016
Designing Third Generation Advanced High - Strength Steel for Demanding Automotive Applications, July/August 2016 by Staff
By effectively mitigating the historical paradox between strength and ductility, a new alloy enables an entire family of automotive sheet steel to meet today's lightweight automobile requirements.
The has long been a struggle among materials scientists over the paradoxical relationship between a metal's strength and ductility. The inability of traditional materials to meet the dual demands of both high-strength and easy formability has opened the door for alternative materials in applications such as automotive lightweighting. Existing advanced high strength steels (AHSS) require a tradeoff: High strength parts can either be designed using more limited geometries or produced using more expensive methods such as hot stamping. Both approaches are less than ideal.
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