Primary Recrystallization Texture in Rolled (Fe81Ga19)99B1 Sheet


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The recrystallization texture in a rolled polycrystalline (Fe81Ga19)99B1 alloy sheet was investigated using X-ray and EBSD (Electron backscattering diffraction) methods. The η fiber (//RD) with dominant Goss ({110}) component was successfully obtained through sheet thickness after primary recrystallization. Goss remains the dominant texture component during further grain growth. The development of Goss can be attributed to the specific rolling induced favorable shear band morphology and deformation texture. The results provide a prospective route for the efficient recrystallization texture optimization and economical production of Fe-Ga sheets.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 535-537)

Edited by:

Chunxiang Cui, Yali Li and Zhihao Yuan




Z. H. He et al., "Primary Recrystallization Texture in Rolled (Fe81Ga19)99B1 Sheet", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 535-537, pp. 772-775, 2012

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June 2012




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