Ultrasonic Measurement of Formability in Thin Ferritic Steel Sheet

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1989
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Clark, A.
Thompson, R. Bruce
Blessing, G.
Matlock, D.
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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The formability of rolled sheet metal is strongly influenced by the texture of the polycrystalline metal. For steel sheet, it is desirable to have high drawability to make automobile body parts, etc. In addition, material homogeneity is desired; that is, material cut from different parts of a rolled sheet should have the same plastic deformation when subjected to deep drawing.

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