Stored Energy Characterization after Low Deformation by Rolling or Tension of an IF-Ti


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The stored energy during cold working has been estimated by two approaches. In the first approach, line broadening measurements were determined by neutron diffraction. The second approach is based on the model developed by Dillamore et al. [1]. Therefore, great attention has been paid to the influence of the deformation cell morphology, cell size and the eventual presence of orientation gradient inside the grains according to their orientation. Experimental results show this hierarchy E{111} <112> >E{111} <110>>E{001} <110>.



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A. Samet-Meziou et al., "Stored Energy Characterization after Low Deformation by Rolling or Tension of an IF-Ti", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 558-559, pp. 323-328, 2007

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