Quantitative comparison between simulated and experimental FCC rolling textures

M. Wronski, K. Wierzbanowski, Torben Leffers

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Abstract

The degree of similarity between simulated and experimental fcc rolling textures is characterized by a single scalar parameter. The textures are simulated with a relatively simple and efficient 1-point model which allows us to vary the strength of the interaction between the grains and the surrounding matrix and the scheme for the calculation of the lattice rotation. For the copper-type texture the best agreement between simulation and experiment is obtained by {111}<110> slip combined with relaxed constraints according to a procedure different from the traditional scheme for relaxed constraints. A Sachs-type model without any volume effect of deformation twins provides a very high degree of similarity between simulated and experimental brass texture. Addition of volume fractions of deformation twins corresponding to those observed experimentally has practically no effect on the simulated textures.
Original languageEnglish
Article number012011
JournalI O P Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume82
Number of pages4
ISSN1757-8981
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event17th International Conference on Textures of Materials - Dresden, Germany
Duration: 24 Aug 201429 Aug 2014
Conference number: 17
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Conference

Conference17th International Conference on Textures of Materials
Number17
CountryGermany
CityDresden
Period24/08/201429/08/2014
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