Texture and Anisotropy of Polycrystals II

Volume 105

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.105

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Authors: Andrea Preusser, Helmut Klein, Hans Joachim Bunge

Abstract: Additional to the position of any volume element of a (poly)-crystalline material its crystal orientation must also be known. Both together...

Authors: Francis Wagner, Michel Humbert, M.J. Philippe, Claude Esling

Abstract: This paper focus on the use of orientation stereology to understand polycrystalline materials behavior. First some cautions or limits by...

Authors: Robert A. Schwarzer

Abstract: In this work the textures of MgAl9Zn1, MgAl6Zn1, MgAl3Zn1 and MgAl2Mn alloys have been studied, using individual grain orientation...

Authors: Stefan Zaefferer, Nan Chen

Abstract: The formation of the Goss texture in electrical steels is one of the most distinct phenomena of texture research. Nevertheless, disregarding...

Authors: Jean-Jacques Fundenberger, Adam Morawiec, Emmanuel Bouzy

Abstract: The paper is an account of TEM based automatic orientation mapping summarizing more than two years of using the system. Following a brief...

Authors: Dorte Juul Jensen

Abstract: The 3 Dimensional X-Ray Diffraction (3DXRD) method is presented and its potentials illustrated by examples. The 3DXRD method is based on...

Authors: Heinz Günter Brokmeier, Sang Bong Yi, No Jin Park, Jens Homeyer

Abstract: Due to the high penetration power, the high photon flux and the excellent brilliance high energetic synchrotron radiations are a phantastic...

Authors: Christian Scheffzük, Kurt Walther, Alexander Frischbutter, F. Eichhorn, Mark R. Daymond
Authors: Kurt Walther, Alexander Frischbutter, Christian Scheffzük, M. Korobshenko, F. Levshanovski, A. Kirillov, N. Astachova, S. Mureshkevich

Abstract: This paper describes the modernized diffractometer EPSILON-MDS for strain measurements of geological samples by means of neutron diffraction...


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