Haase, C and Ghosh Chowdhury, S and La, Barrales-Mora and Molodov, D A and Gottstein, G (2013) On the Relation of Microstructure and Texture Evolution in an Austenitic Fe-28Mn-0.28C TWIP Steel during Cold Rolling. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A - Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science, 44A (IF-1.738). pp. 911-922.
Restricted to NML users only. Others may use ->
In the present study, microstructure and texture evolution in an austenitic Fe-28 wt pct Mn-0.28 wt pct C TWIP steel in the range between 10 and 80 pct reduction by cold rolling were systematically analyzed. The formation of the observed microstructural features occurred in three different stages: I(10 to 20 pct)- mainly slip lines, grain elongation, and formation of few twin-matrix lame-llae; II(30 to 50 pct) -severe increase of the volume fraction of twins, alignment of twins with the rolling plane, and formation of microshear bands; and III (60 to 80 pct)- further alignment of twins, evolution of a herring bone structure, and macroshear bands. In contrast most f.c.c. metals, the transition from Copper-to Brass-type texture occured at low strain levels (30 pct). This behavior is attributed to the early formation of defo-rmation twins in the material and can be related to the SFE of this high manganese steel. At higher reduction levels, microscopic (a parts per thousand yen40 pct) and macroscopic shear band formation (a parts per thousand yen60 pct)contributed to the increase of randomly orie-nted grains, mainly at the expense of the Brass compo-nent. Furthermore, the formation of the Goss component and of the aOE(c)111>//ND fiber (gamma)is attributed to severe twin formation.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Stacking-faultenergy; polycrystalline Fcc metals; MN-C alloy; Mechancial-properties|
|Divisions:||Material Science and Technology|
|Deposited By:||Dr. A K Sahu|
|Deposited On:||13 May 2013 16:12|
|Last Modified:||27 Dec 2013 18:12|
Repository Staff Only: item control page