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IN THIS PAPER THE EFFECTS OF DEFORMATION MODES ON MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION FOR TRIP STEELS WHICH ARE COMPOSED OF FERRITE, BAINITE AND RETAINED AUSTENITE IS INVESTIGATED IN THE VIEW OF THE MICROSTRUCTURAL LEVEL. FOR THIS PORPOISE THE SIMULATIONS ARE RUN FOR A SYNTHETICALLY GENERATED MICROSTRUCTURE WHICH HAVE 55 % FERRIT, 35 % BAINITE AND 10 % RETAINED AUSTENITE. IN THE SIMULATIONS TENSILE, BIAXIAL AND SHEAR TYPE DEFORMATION MODES ARE CONSIDERED. THE RESULTS REVEAL THAT BIAXIALLY LOADED MICROSTRUCTURE HAS THE MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF MARTENSITE PHASES AT THE END OF THE GIVEN DEFORMATION AND THE LESS MARTENSITE IS OCCURRED IN THE SHEAR TYPE LOADING CONDITION.
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