Oxide dispersion-strengthened steel PM2000 after dynamic plastic deformation: nanostructure and annealing behaviour

Zhenbo Zhang, N. R. Tao, Oleg V. Mishin, Wolfgang Pantleon

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    Abstract

    The microstructure, texture and mechanical properties have been studied in PM2000 compressed via dynamic plastic deformation to a strain of 2.1. It is found that dynamic plastic deformation results in a duplex 〈111〉 + 〈100〉 fibre texture and refines the initial microstructure by nanoscale lamellae, which substantially increases the strength of the material, but decreases its thermal stability. In the as-deformed microstructure, the stored energy density is found to be higher in 〈111〉-oriented regions than in 〈100〉-oriented regions. Recovery during annealing at 715 °C reduces the energy stored in the deformed microstructure. This reduction is more pronounced in the 〈111〉-oriented regions. Orientation-dependent recrystallisation takes place in the recovered microstructure, leading to strengthening of the 〈111〉 fibre texture component at the expense of the 〈100〉 fibre texture component.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalJournal of Materials Science
    Volume51
    Issue number11
    Pages (from-to)5545-5555
    ISSN0022-2461
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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