Effect of Intergranular Interaction and Lattice Rotation on Predicted Residual Stress and Textures. Case of Austenite and Ferrite
Rotation of grain crystal lattice is the basic mechanism of texture formation and of anisotropic behavior of metals during plastic deformation. The classical definition of crystal lattice rotation leads in some cases to different texture and residual stress predictions than the definition based on the orientation preservation of selected sample planes and/or directions. Also the intensity of grain-matrix interaction plays an important role in the prediction of the above quantities. These problems were studied using elasto-plastic deformation model of polycrystalline materials. Examples of austenite and ferrite steels were considered.
Heinz Günter Brokmeier, Martin Müller, P. Klaus Pranzas, Andreas Schreyer and Peter Staron
K. Wierzbanowski et al., "Effect of Intergranular Interaction and Lattice Rotation on Predicted Residual Stress and Textures. Case of Austenite and Ferrite", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 772, pp. 97-101, 2014