Skip to main content

The role of vanadium in microalloyed steel - Updated!

Pressmeddelande   •   Sep 22, 2014 15:03 CEST

The review was originally published in 1999 and received wide dispersal, including translations into Russian and Chinese. After 15 years it was time to renew the content. Most of the original paper has been modified; in several sections it is virtually re-written.

New topics include the role of VN as a nucleant for ferrite formation on cooling and its application in serval product areas such as seamless pipes and heavy sections. Microalloying with vanadium to stabilise microstructures and strength in low carbon bainitic strip steel is another example. The same authors are behind the new edition, ie Lagneborg, Hutchinson, Siwecki and Zajac. 
 
Production of the new monograph is funded by the organization Vanitec.

The monograph is is free of charge and can be ordered from Vanitec (Suite 5, 90 Calverley Road, Tunbridge Wells | Kent, TN1 2UN, UK) or from Swerea KIMAB (louise.parnefjord@swerea.se

Contact: Bevis Hutchinson, +46 70 461 64 17.  



Swerea-koncernen skapar, förädlar och förmedlar forskningsresultat inom områdena material-, process-, produktionsteknik samt produktframtagning. Målet är att skapa affärsmässig nytta för medlemmar och övriga kunder och att stärka konkurrens- och innovationsförmågan hos näringslivet i Sverige. Koncernen har ca 550 medarbetare och omsätter 666 Mkr/år. Verksamheten bedrivs i fem forskningsinstitut (Swerea IVF, Swerea KIMAB, Swerea MEFOS, Swerea SICOMP och Swerea SWECAST) Verksamhet finns i Jönköping, Luleå, Linköping, Mölndal, Piteå, Stockholm och Oslo samt i Brest och St Etienne i Frankrike.

 

Kommentarer (0)

Lägg till kommentar

Kommentera