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formation of sub-grain structure by alternating plastic strain.

J. Holden

formation of sub-grain structure by alternating plastic strain.

by J. Holden

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Published by National Engineering Laboratory,Mechanics and Materials Division in East Kilbride .
Written in English


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SeriesAB Div. No 23/60
ContributionsNational Engineering Laboratory. Mechanics and Materials Division.
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Open LibraryOL13805097M

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Formation of sub-grain structure by alternating plastic strain by J. Holden Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The effect of strain reversal on intensity of grain refinement under severe plastic deformation was studied. The strain reversal did not affect significantly grain refinement and final grain size, but significantly retarded the formation of high angle boundaries in comparison with monotonic by:   The formation of subgrains in the course of plastic deformation is explained as a result of a trend to make the deformation easier by locally reducing the number of active slip systems.

Local preference of one slip system changes the crystal orientation with respect to stress (Schmid factor), thus leading to geometrical softening or hardening. The trend to Cited by: To cite this article: J.

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The boundary moves into the grain which contains the high dislocation density in the local region in the second nucleation mechanism, new grain boundaries are formed in region of sharp lattice curvature through sub-grain growth (1).

The mechanism seems to predominate at high. The development of sub-grain microstructures ultimately controls the way in which both steels respond to strain-controlled cyclic plastic loading, but in very different ways. In the case of the 2CrMoNiWV steel at °C, continuous cyclic softening from the first load reversal is the consequence of progressive dynamic recovery and sub-grain growth.

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