Papers by Keyword: Shear Texture

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Authors: Taku Sakai, K. Yoneda, Yoshiyuki Saito
Authors: Moo Young Huh, Hyung Gu Kang, C.K. Kang
Abstract: Asymmetrical rolling was performed by rolling AA 1050 sheets with different velocities of upper and lower rolls. In order to study the effect of roll gap geometry on the evolution of strain states and textures during asymmetrical rolling, the reduction per rolling pass was varied. After asymmetrical rolling, the outer thickness layers depicted shear textures and the center thickness layers displayed a random texture. With decreasing reduction per an asymmetrical rolling pass, the thickness layers depicting shear textures increases. The strain states associated with asymmetrical rolling were investigated by simulations with the finite element method (FEM).
Authors: Young Hoon Chung, Jae Pyong Ahn, H.D. Kim, Beong Bok Hwang, Olaf Engler, Moo Young Huh
Authors: Soo Ho Park, Hyung Gu Kang, Yong Deuk Lee, Jae Chul Lee, Moo Young Huh
Abstract: In order to investigate the effect of the reduction degree per rolling pass on the evolution of recrystallization textures and microstructures, the hot band of 17.5 Cr-1.1 Mo ferritic stainless steel sheets were cold rolled with lubrication according to two processing routes, by which different reduction degrees per pass were introduced. Rolling with a large number of passes led to the formation of fairly homogeneous rolling textures at all through-thickness positions. In contrast, cold rolling with large draughts resulted in pronounced texture gradients along the thickness direction. After recrystallization annealing, the texture maximum was obtained at {334}<483> in all samples regardless of the rolling routes and thickness layers. During subsequent annealing, recrystallization was observed to be faster in those grains with {111} orientations, while it was retarded in grains having orientations close to {001}<110>.
Authors: Moo Young Huh, J.K. Kim, Jael Chul Lee, Han Gil Suk
Abstract: This work focuses on the strain states of the mid AA 3003 strip sandwiched in between either AA 3003 sheets or STS 430 sheets. For that purpose, the strain states at various through-thickness layers were analyzed by measurements of crystallographic texture and by simulations with the finite element method (FEM). During sandwich rolling, the material property of outer sheets of sandwich samples played an important role in the evolution of the strain states and the corresponding texture formation. In the mid AA 3003 sheets, rolling with the harder outer sheets gave rise to pronounced through-thickness texture gradients, whereas fairly uniform strain states prevailed during rolling with the outer sheets of the same AA 3003.
Authors: T. Kamijo, Y. Iwasaki, H. Fukutomi
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