Effects of several factors on damping capacity of Fe-17%Mn martensitic alloy

Young Kook Lee, Seung Han Baik, Chong Sool Choi

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Damping capacity of an Fe-17%Mn alloy has been studied with respect to several variables, volume fraction of ε martensite, carbon content and deformation. In case of subzero cooling, the damping capacity of an Fe-17%Mn alloy increases with increasing ε martensite content, while in case of thermal cycling, the damping capacity decreases with increasing ε martensite content. The decrease in damping capacity is ascribed to the dislocations introduced during thermal cycling, which act as barriers to operation of the damping sources, such as stacking faults in ε martensite, boundaries between ε plates with different variants and γ/ε interfaces. The carbon content above 0.06 wt.% deteriorates the damping capacity of the Fe-17%Mn alloy, being due to interaction between damping sources and carbon atoms in addition to decrease in volume fraction of ε martensite with increasing carbon content. The damping capacity shows a maximum value around 10% reduction in thickness, and decreases with further deformation. The increase in damping capacity up to 10% is probably due to an increase in number of the damping sources per unit volume due to an increase in ε martensite volume fraction, and a decrease in damping capacity over 10% is attributed to formation of α′ martensite and dislocations.

Original languageEnglish
Pages365-373
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1998 Jan 1
EventProceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Displacive Phase Transformations and their Applications in Materials Engineering - Urban, IL, USA
Duration: 1996 May 81996 May 9

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OtherProceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Displacive Phase Transformations and their Applications in Materials Engineering
CityUrban, IL, USA
Period96/5/896/5/9

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Damping
Martensite
Volume fraction
Carbon
Thermal cycling
Stacking faults
Cooling
Atoms

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Lee, Y. K., Baik, S. H., & Choi, C. S. (1998). Effects of several factors on damping capacity of Fe-17%Mn martensitic alloy. 365-373. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Displacive Phase Transformations and their Applications in Materials Engineering, Urban, IL, USA, .
Lee, Young Kook ; Baik, Seung Han ; Choi, Chong Sool. / Effects of several factors on damping capacity of Fe-17%Mn martensitic alloy. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Displacive Phase Transformations and their Applications in Materials Engineering, Urban, IL, USA, .9 p.
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1998. 365-373 Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Displacive Phase Transformations and their Applications in Materials Engineering, Urban, IL, USA, .

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Lee YK, Baik SH, Choi CS. Effects of several factors on damping capacity of Fe-17%Mn martensitic alloy. 1998. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1996 International Conference on Displacive Phase Transformations and their Applications in Materials Engineering, Urban, IL, USA, .