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Table 4 Summary of Test Data for HSS and VHSS after heated and cooled down

From: Mechanical properties of High and Very High Steel at elevated temperatures and after cooling down

Source Number of specimens Number of curves Manufacture process Steel type Average f y (MPa) T (°C) Cooling method
Outinen and Mäkeläinen (2004) 14 - Cold worked S355J2H 566 464–538 CIFa
Qiang et al. (2012b) 11 11 Hot rolled S460 490 300–1000 CIAb
13 13 Heat treated S690 789 100–1000 CIA
Qiang et al. (2013) 11 11 Heat treated S960 1045 100–1000 CIA
Chiew et al. (2014) 6 6 quenched and tempered RQT-S690 773 100–1000 CIA
Gunalan and Mahendran (2014) 30 30 Cold-formed G500, G550 664 300–800 CIA
Wang et al. (2014) 20 20 Stainless Grade 1.4301 623 200–1000 CIF
Wang et al. (2015) 48 48 quenched and tempered Q460 513 300–900 CIA, CIWc
Azhari et al. (2015) 12 12 quenched and tempered VHS 1200 150–600 CIA
  1. acooling in furnace; bcooling in air; ccooling in water