Textures of Materials - ICOTOM 14

Volumes 495-497

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.495-497

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Authors: S. M'Guil, Saïd Ahzi

Abstract: The aim of this work is to discuss a new non linear intermediate model for large viscoplastic deformations that could predict the texture...

Authors: Wei Min Mao, W. Mao, Yong Ning Yu

Abstract: A reaction stress model is introduced in this paper and its applications for the crystallographic texture simulation are also discussed...

Authors: Carlos Tomé, George C. Kaschner

Abstract: Hexagonal materials deform plastically by activating diverse slip and twinning modes. The activation of such modes depends on their...

Authors: A. Ma, Franz Roters, Dierk Raabe

Abstract: Crystallographic slip, i.e. movement of dislocations on distinct slip planes, is the main source of plastic deformation of most metals....

Authors: Grethe Winther

Abstract: This paper combines experimental evidence at the mesoscopic and microscopic levels of the physical slip underlying plastic deformation in an...

Authors: Steven Van Boxel, Marc Seefeldt, Bert Verlinden, Paul van Houtte

Abstract: The substructure of a single grain in an electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) data map is studied, focusing on the influence of the grain...

Authors: D. Jorge-Badiola, Amaia Iza-Mendia, Isabel Gutiérrez

Abstract: A combination of monotonic and reverse tests has been carried out in order to assess the strain path effects on an austenitic stainless...

Authors: Donald W. Brown, Sean R. Agnew, S.P. Abeln, W.R. Blumenthal, Mark A.M. Bourke, M.C. Mataya, Carlos Tomé, Sven C. Vogel

Abstract: Plastic deformation in cubic metals is relatively simple due to the high crystallographic symmetry of the underlying structure. Typically,...

Authors: K.P. Boyle

Abstract: A new phenomenological latent hardening model is developed for rate-dependent single crystal plasticity. The model quantitatively predicts...


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