The scientific approach of the project U03 is to enlarge the range of material properties for steel and aluminum alloys by technical and, beyond this, novel heat treatment processes and process combinations at multiple scales.
Hence, it is necessary to attain a deeper understanding of the metallurgical mechanisms considering the interaction of heat treatment and alloying.
The properties of metallic materials are essentially determined by the phases and their specific morphology being present in the microstructure. Moreover, the crystallographic defects of the respective phases play a decisive role for many metallurgical mechanisms. Both are significantly influenced by the heat treatment processes and the forming transformations, such as dissolution and separation of phases or the change in crystal structure.
In order to gain this understanding fast dilatometric and calorimetric characterization methods have to be developed to act as conclusive descriptors for the materials properties.
The development of those procedures is central aim of the sub-project focusing on a rapid and efficient characterizing of equilibrium states using micro-sample. Besides, the measurement of the electrical resistance on micro-scale considering constraints like sample shape and low measuring distance is a major challenge.
The derived functional correlations will be made available to the method of "Farbige Zustände".
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