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Article: Texture and structure development in cross-rolled α brass

TitleTexture and structure development in cross-rolled α brass
Authors
Issue Date1986
Citation
Acta Metallurgica, 1986, v. 34 n. 4, p. 653-660 How to Cite?
AbstractCross rolling produces a complicated framework structure of lath-like bands after medium strains while deformation twins and shear bands rarely occur. {110}〈223〉 texture begins to develop after 50% reduction and becomes well established after 80% rolling. The texture development is rather steady and does not involve the complex changes that occur in straight-rolled brass. Cracking occurs along grain boundaries after 60% reduction at -196°C and at 70% reduction at room temperature. Changes in mechanical properties are found to correlate with microstructure evolved in cross-rolling. The steady development of {110}〈223〉 texture is associated with homogeneous deformation on normal slip systems. Dislocation activity and work hardening on eight slip systems necessary to accomodate the imposed strain leads to loss of plasticity in grain boundary regions and intergranular cracking. © 1986.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/174024
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dc.contributor.authorYeung, WYen_US
dc.contributor.authorDuggan, BJen_US
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dc.date.issued1986en_US
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dc.description.abstractCross rolling produces a complicated framework structure of lath-like bands after medium strains while deformation twins and shear bands rarely occur. {110}〈223〉 texture begins to develop after 50% reduction and becomes well established after 80% rolling. The texture development is rather steady and does not involve the complex changes that occur in straight-rolled brass. Cracking occurs along grain boundaries after 60% reduction at -196°C and at 70% reduction at room temperature. Changes in mechanical properties are found to correlate with microstructure evolved in cross-rolling. The steady development of {110}〈223〉 texture is associated with homogeneous deformation on normal slip systems. Dislocation activity and work hardening on eight slip systems necessary to accomodate the imposed strain leads to loss of plasticity in grain boundary regions and intergranular cracking. © 1986.en_US
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