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Vanadium Microalloyed Steels
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Organized and presented as part of Materials Science & Technology 2014, this symposium was dedicated to Michael Korchynsky, considered a pioneer among metallurgists in the process of strengthening steel with the chemical vanadium. Vanadium Microalloyed Steels is available as a downloadable PDF. The potential for applications of microalloyed steels is constantly increasing, yet processing, alloy design, and manufacturing challenges remain. The attractive balance of properties offered by vanadium microalloyed steels is derived from an advanced understanding of the optimization of microstructure through the controlled interaction between alloying and processing. The scope of this international symposium covers microalloyed sheet, plate, tubular and long products. Topics include microalloying; microstructural issues such as precipitation behavior and phase transformations; modeling behavior during cooling and rolling deformation; weldability and fabrication issues; and various end-use applications.
Korchynsky had strong ties to the field of microalloyed steels, especially in Pittsburgh, where he lived and worked. He was a strong supporter of Research at the University of Pittsburgh and funded BAMPRI's research on microalloying in steel.

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