Evolution of Different Recrystallization Textures in Steels Having {111}<112> Rolling Texture

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The Goss {110}<001> orientation, which is not stable with respect to plane strain rolling, rotates toward the {111}<112> orientation forming a strong maximum. The {111}<112> rolling component returns to the Goss orientation after recrystallization (Rex). On the other hand, the {111}<112> Rex texture developed in 65% rolled iron electrodeposit with a weak {111}<112> texture, and the {111}<110> Rex texture developed in 80% cold rolled electrodeposit having a strong {111}<112> texture. That is, the {110}<001>, {111}<112>, and {111}<110> Rex textures developed in bcc steels having the {111}<112> rolling textures. The results have been discussed by the strain-energy-release-maximization model for Rex texture.

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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 654-656)

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Edited by:

Jian-Feng Nie and Allan Morton

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74-77

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.654-656.74

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S. J. Kim et al., "Evolution of Different Recrystallization Textures in Steels Having {111}<112> Rolling Texture ", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 654-656, pp. 74-77, 2010

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June 2010

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