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The major contribution to the composition and temperature dependency of the SFE comes from ΔGγ→ε. The Gibbs free energy of the fcc and hcp phases for pure elements can be taken from Calphad evaluations of the appropriate systems; ΔGγ→ε is then calculated by taking the difference. However, it should be noted that the hcp phase is not a stable phase in the Fe–Mn–C (or other steel systems) and its properties cannot be directly measured. Instead, the hcp phase can be transformed as ε-martensite from the fcc phase in the range 15 to 30 wt-% Mn.
The research centre “Steel – ab initio” currently concentrates on the TWIP steels and the transition between the TWIP and the TRIP effect. Some of the investigated alloys are indicated in Table 1 with respect to chemical composition and in Figure 1 with respect to Mn content and ECO-Index. Table 1: Alloying content of exemplary HMnS, mass contents in %. 714 Tensile strength x uniform elongation, GPa x % I II III IV VII II 60 IV High Mn TRIP 40 III I Medium Mn TRIP 20 TWIP AHSS 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Mn-content, mass-% Figure 1: Characteristics of new steel concepts: schematic representation of Mn-content and the tensile properties .