Acoustic Emission Investigation of the Anelastic Recovery Behavior of Basal Plane Textured AZ31B as a Function of Loading Direction
In order to study the texture effects on the anelastic recovery behavior of magnesium alloy, basal plane textured AZ31B alloy was compressed parallel and vertical to the extrusion direction. AE measurement was applied to characterize the deformation and the anelastic recovery behaviors. A model for the correlation between applied strain and the cumulative AE counts in detwinning was proposed. The effects of loading direction to the deformation and twinning behavior were discussed.
Yu Zhou, Shan-Tung Tu and Xishan Xie
Y. P. Li and M. Enoki, "Acoustic Emission Investigation of the Anelastic Recovery Behavior of Basal Plane Textured AZ31B as a Function of Loading Direction", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 353-358, pp. 659-662, 2007