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Recrystallization texture of ferrite steels: beyond the γ-fibre

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The recrystallization texture of highly cold deformed IF steels is addressed. The latter is characterized by the < 111 >//ND fibre and a certain spread towards the {311}< 136 > orientation. The < 111 >//ND fibre is the optimum texture for enhanced deep-drawing properties whereas the presence of any other component, such as {311}< 136 >, will deteriorate the plastic anisotropy of the material. Previous works concluded that the recrystallized {311}< 136 > orientation results from an oriented nucleation process related to the plastic instability of {001}< 110 > deformed grains. In the present work, the microstructural nature of such plastic instability is investigated by high resolution orientation scanning microscopy on an annealed IF sample after cross-rolling. Present data indicate that localized deformation in near {001}< 110 > grains plays an essential role in the nucleation of {311}< 136 > orientations.
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DEFORMATION, LOW-CARBON STEELS, {311}< 136 > orientation, nucleation of recrystallization, ANNEALING TEXTURES, texture

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Gobernado, Patricia, Roumen Petrov, J Moerman, et al. “Recrystallization Texture of Ferrite Steels: Beyond the Γ-fibre.” Materials Science Forum. Ed. A Tewari et al. Vol. 702–703. Stafa-Zürich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications, 2012. 790–793. Print.
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Gobernado, P., Petrov, R., Moerman, J., Barbatti, C., & Kestens, L. (2012). Recrystallization texture of ferrite steels: beyond the γ-fibre. In A Tewari, S. Suwas, D. Srivastava, I. Samajdar, & A. Haldar (Eds.), Materials Science Forum (Vol. 702–703, pp. 790–793). Presented at the 16th International conference on the Textures of Materials (ICOTOM 16), Stafa-Zürich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications.
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Gobernado, Patricia, Roumen Petrov, J Moerman, C Barbatti, and Leo Kestens. 2012. “Recrystallization Texture of Ferrite Steels: Beyond the Γ-fibre.” In Materials Science Forum, ed. A Tewari, S Suwas, D Srivastava, I Samajdar, and A Haldar, 702-703:790–793. Stafa-Zürich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications.
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Gobernado, Patricia, Roumen Petrov, J Moerman, C Barbatti, and Leo Kestens. 2012. “Recrystallization Texture of Ferrite Steels: Beyond the Γ-fibre.” In Materials Science Forum, ed. A Tewari, S Suwas, D Srivastava, I Samajdar, and A Haldar, 702-703:790–793. Stafa-Zürich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications.
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Gobernado P, Petrov R, Moerman J, Barbatti C, Kestens L. Recrystallization texture of ferrite steels: beyond the γ-fibre. In: Tewari A, Suwas S, Srivastava D, Samajdar I, Haldar A, editors. Materials Science Forum. Stafa-Zürich, Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications; 2012. p. 790–3.
IEEE
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P. Gobernado, R. Petrov, J. Moerman, C. Barbatti, and L. Kestens, “Recrystallization texture of ferrite steels: beyond the γ-fibre,” in Materials Science Forum, Mumbai, India, 2012, vol. 702–703, pp. 790–793.
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  abstract     = {The recrystallization texture of highly cold deformed IF steels is addressed. The latter is characterized by the < 111 >//ND fibre and a certain spread towards the {311}< 136 > orientation. The < 111 >//ND fibre is the optimum texture for enhanced deep-drawing properties whereas the presence of any other component, such as {311}< 136 >, will deteriorate the plastic anisotropy of the material. Previous works concluded that the recrystallized {311}< 136 > orientation results from an oriented nucleation process related to the plastic instability of {001}< 110 > deformed grains. In the present work, the microstructural nature of such plastic instability is investigated by high resolution orientation scanning microscopy on an annealed IF sample after cross-rolling. Present data indicate that localized deformation in near {001}< 110 > grains plays an essential role in the nucleation of {311}< 136 > orientations.},
  author       = {Gobernado, Patricia and Petrov, Roumen and Moerman, J and Barbatti, C and Kestens, Leo},
  booktitle    = {Materials Science Forum},
  editor       = {Tewari, A and Suwas, S and Srivastava, D and Samajdar, I and Haldar, A},
  issn         = {0255-5476},
  keywords     = {DEFORMATION,LOW-CARBON STEELS,{311}< 136 > orientation,nucleation of recrystallization,ANNEALING TEXTURES,texture},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Mumbai, India},
  pages        = {790--793},
  publisher    = {Trans Tech Publications},
  title        = {Recrystallization texture of ferrite steels: beyond the γ-fibre},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.702-703.790},
  volume       = {702-703},
  year         = {2012},
}

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