Study on Evolution of Partial Texture of Different Grains during Grain Growth in IF Steels
An IF steel sample was cold rolled to a reduction of 80% and subsequently submitted to annealing treatment at 650°C, 710°C and 770°C for various durations, respectively. The grain size and evolution of partial texture of small, medium and large grains were investigated during grain growth. It was found that the growth rate and partial texture characteristic were absolutely distinct at different annealing temperature, both were temperature dependent. At same annealing temperature, partial texture for various annealing time was similar, but its intensity increases with an increment of duration. And the relation between partial texture of different grains assembly and its mean grain size can be expressed by an empirical formula from experiment data.
T. Chandra, N. Wanderka, W. Reimers , M. Ionescu
W.P. Tong et al., "Study on Evolution of Partial Texture of Different Grains during Grain Growth in IF Steels", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 638-642, pp. 2799-2804, 2010