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Aging Behaviour in Copper Bearing High Strength Low Alloy Steels
Strengthening due to precipitation of copper and microalloying elements is a phenomenon utilized in the design of some HSLA steels for naval structural applications. In the present work, precipitation of copper and associated property changes during aging of three Cu-containing HSLA steels were investigated. Electrical resistivity change during isothermal aging of one low carbon steel was compared with that for HSLA steels with a view to evaluating the kinetics of copper precipitation in thedoi:10.2355/isijinternational.44.115 fatcat:h4dw4vjpgbbfnpt4i7gahdu5ie