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Sheet martensitic steels for automotive application are presented including as-annealed martensitic grades, as-hot-rolled grades, and grades where martensitic structure is obtained after quenching in cooled dies (press-hardened martensitic steels). New developments of ultrahigh strength as-annealed and press-hardened steels with tensile strength up to 2000 MPa are included. Factors affecting susceptibility of martensitic steels to delayed fracture are discussed, and ways of significant improvement of resistance to hydrogen embrittlement are presented.
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