Papers by Author: A.A. Zisman

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Authors: Nikolay Y. Zolotorevsky, A.A. Zisman
Abstract: Under consideration is an allowance for internal grain-scaled stresses in the evaluation of residual macroscopic stress in highly textured polycrystals. The grain-scaled stresses have been evaluated with two micromechanical models: (a) a simplified model developed for a very strong <110> fiber texture and suggesting the corresponding peculiarity of slip pattern in constitutive crystals, and (b) a full-constraint model allowing for accommodation nature of the multi-slip pattern in these crystals. Both models satisfactorily predict the position and relative intensity of the nonlinearities of d{hkl}-sin2y curve. The former model, by treating magnitude of grain-scaled stresses as a fitting parameter, provides better correspondence to experimental data. The latter model, free of fitting parameters, overestimates the grain-scaled stresses, and, consequently, the oscillations of d{hkl}-sin2y curve.
Authors: S.N. Panpurin, Nikolay Y. Zolotorevsky, Yuri F. Titovets, A.A. Zisman, E.I. Khlusova
Abstract: The effects of cooling rate and austenite structure on bainite formation was investigated by means of electron backscatter diffraction analysis and processing of obtained orientation data. Variant pairing tendency of bainitic ferrite was found to depend on the austenite grain size, austenite plastic deformation and cooling rate. In the bainite formed at low cooling rate the variant pairs having the same Bain axis correspondence are more frequent, while at high cooling rate the variant pairs having the same parallel correspondence of close-packed planes are formed side by side preferably. At the same time, these features are influenced significantly by structural state of parent austenite.
Authors: A.A. Zisman, Nikolay Y. Zolotorevsky, N.Yu. Ermakova
Abstract: A rate-independent polycrystal model, allowing for the shape and spatial coordination of neighboring constitutive crystals and for the plastic strain distribution among them, has been used to simulate the local texture evolution in an Al polycrystal under compression. The simulation results compare favourably to relevant experimental data and show the reorientation path of each crystal to strongly depend on orientations of its immediate neighbors.
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