Recrystallization and Grain Growth IV
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Recrystallization and grain growth are fundamental aspects of microstructure evolution during the annealing and thermomechanical processing of engineering materials. These static and dynamic phenomena are of major scientific interest and of great importance in a wide range of industrial processes and applications. This collection of peer-reviewed papers brings together the most up-to-date knowledge in this field.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Recrystallization and grain growth are fundamental to microstructure evolution during the annealing and thermomechanical processing of engineering materials, so of great importance in a wide range of fields. Approximately 175 papers consider such aspects as microstructure and texture evolution in metals and alloys during intense plastic deformation, a first approach toward a proper generalized decomposition-based time parallelization, modeling discontinuous dynamic recrystallization using a physically-based model for nucleation, controlling grain size in oxide ceramics for optimizing strength and wear resistance, and the effect of initial grain sizes on strain-induced boundary migration.