Papers by Author: O.V. Mishin

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Authors: O.V. Mishin, Andrew Godfrey
Abstract: Microstructure and boundary populations were investigated in a superplastic Al-5.5%Mg- 2.2%Li-0.12%Zr alloy hot-deformed by equal channel angular extrusion. The microstructure was found to be inhomogeneous and revealed deformation structures being subdivided by both low- and high-angle boundaries.
Authors: V.Yu. Gertsman, Ruslan Valiev, N.A. Akhmadeev, O.V. Mishin
Authors: O.V. Mishin, J.R. Bowen, Andrew Godfrey
Abstract: The deformed microstructure and recrystallization behavior of copper samples processed using equal channel angular extrusion (ECAE) have been investigated. The heavily deformed microstructure was found to be non-uniform through the sample thickness and to vary in a manner consistent with the non-uniform distribution of strain imposed by processing. The through-thickness heterogeneity of the deformed microstructure resulted in a different extent of recrystallization in different layers during annealing. Recrystallized grains were also observed in samples that were not annealed, but stored at room temperature, which indicates that the deformed microstructure of ECAE-processed pure copper is unstable even at room temperature. In each sample, recrystallization was found to initiate in regions containing predominantly large misorientations.
Authors: Andrew Godfrey, O.V. Mishin, T.B. Yu
Abstract: Some methods for quantitative characterization of the microstructures deformed to large plastic strains both before and after annealing are discussed and illustrated using examples of samples after equal channel angular extrusion and cold-rolling. It is emphasized that the microstructures in such deformed samples exhibit a heterogeneity in the microstructural refinement by high angle boundaries. Based on this, a new parameter describing the fraction of regions containing predominantly low angle boundaries is introduced. This parameter has some advantages over the simpler high angle boundary fraction parameter, in particular with regard to data collected from electron-backscatter diffraction investigations, where boundaries with very low misorientation angles cannot be reliably detected. It is shown how this parameter can be related to the recrystallization behavior. Another parameter, based on mode of the distribution of dislocation cell sizes is outlined, and it is demonstrated how this parameter can be used to investigate the uniformity, or otherwise, of the restoration processes occurring during annealing of metals deformed to large plastic strains.
Authors: Uta Klement, L. Hollang, S.R. Dey, M. Battabyal, O.V. Mishin, Werner Skrotzki
Abstract: Thick (up to 5 mm) Ni electrodeposits were produced by the pulsed electrodeposition (PED) technique. The PED-Ni was investigated in planar and cross-sections using high resolution scanning electron microscopy. Grain size and local texture were studied by electron backscatter diffraction. Thermal stability and grain growth behaviour were investigated using in-situ annealing in the transmission electron microscope. It is observed that columnar grains are present in the material and that the orientation of grains is not uniform. Textures and in-situ annealing behaviour are compared to previous data on nanocrystalline PED-Ni and Ni-Fe, where a subgrain coalescence model adopted from recrystallization is used to describe the occurrence of abnormal grain growth upon annealing and where twinning was found to be responsible for the texture development.
Authors: O.V. Mishin, V.Yu. Gertsman, Ruslan Valiev, Igor V. Alexandrov, V.M. Alyabyev
Authors: Ruslan Valiev, O.V. Mishin, R.M. Gayanov
Authors: Dorte Juul Jensen, Jacob R. Bowen, O.V. Mishin
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