Quantitative Estimation of the Second Order Plastic Incompatibility Stresses in Textured Duplex Steel
A new method for determining the parameters characterising elastoplastic deformation of two-phase material is proposed. The method is based on the results of neutron diffraction, which are analysed using the self-consistent rate-independent model of elastoplastic deformation. The neutron diffraction method (time-of-flight technique) was applied and the self-consistent model was used to predict the second order stresses in austeno-ferritic duplex steel. Calculations based on the model were successfully compared with experimental results for both phases of the duplex steel.
W. Reimers and S. Quander
S. Wroński, A. Baczmanski, K. Wierzbanowski, C. Braham, R. Dakhlaoui, E.C. Oliver, "Quantitative Estimation of the Second Order Plastic Incompatibility Stresses in Textured Duplex Steel", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 524-525, pp. 841-846, 2006