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Controlled warm working: possible tool for optimizing stored energy advantage in deformed gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >)

(2009) ISIJ INTERNATIONAL. 49(1). p.78-85
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In the present study, ultra low carbon steel samples were deformed in near plane-strain mode with different strains, strain rates and temperatures. Estimates of in-grain misorientation developments were obtained respectively for the gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >) and alpha-fiber (RD//< 110 >) oriented deformed grains. Though a general drop in in-grain misorientation was observed with increase in deformation temperature, the highest reduction of 70% showed a clear increase at the intermediate deformation temperatures. Under these condition(s), the misorientation increase in deformed gamma-fiber grains was more substantial than in alpha-fiber grains. The phenomenon was related to the preferred appearance of grain interior strain localizations. The study brings out a clear possibility of optimizing the stored energy advantage in the deformed gamma-fiber through controlled warm working.
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strain localizations, warm working, INTERSTITIAL-FREE STEEL, MODELING TEXTURE CHANGE, LE-CHATELIER BANDS, IF-STEEL, RECRYSTALLIZATION TEXTURES, STATIC RECRYSTALLIZATION, SINGLE-CRYSTALS, SHEAR BANDS, MG ALLOY, DEFORMATION, EBSD, stored energy, deformation, misorientation, microtexture

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Khatirkar, R et al. “Controlled Warm Working: Possible Tool for Optimizing Stored Energy Advantage in Deformed Gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >).” ISIJ INTERNATIONAL 49.1 (2009): 78–85. Print.
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Khatirkar, R., Kestens, L., Petrov, R., & Samajdar, I. (2009). Controlled warm working: possible tool for optimizing stored energy advantage in deformed gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >). ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, 49(1), 78–85.
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Khatirkar, R, Leo Kestens, Roumen Petrov, and I Samajdar. 2009. “Controlled Warm Working: Possible Tool for Optimizing Stored Energy Advantage in Deformed Gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >).” Isij International 49 (1): 78–85.
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Khatirkar, R, Leo Kestens, Roumen Petrov, and I Samajdar. 2009. “Controlled Warm Working: Possible Tool for Optimizing Stored Energy Advantage in Deformed Gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >).” Isij International 49 (1): 78–85.
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Khatirkar R, Kestens L, Petrov R, Samajdar I. Controlled warm working: possible tool for optimizing stored energy advantage in deformed gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >). ISIJ INTERNATIONAL. 2009;49(1):78–85.
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R. Khatirkar, L. Kestens, R. Petrov, and I. Samajdar, “Controlled warm working: possible tool for optimizing stored energy advantage in deformed gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >),” ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 78–85, 2009.
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  abstract     = {In the present study, ultra low carbon steel samples were deformed in near plane-strain mode with different strains, strain rates and temperatures. Estimates of in-grain misorientation developments were obtained respectively for the gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >) and alpha-fiber (RD//< 110 >) oriented deformed grains. Though a general drop in in-grain misorientation was observed with increase in deformation temperature, the highest reduction of 70% showed a clear increase at the intermediate deformation temperatures. Under these condition(s), the misorientation increase in deformed gamma-fiber grains was more substantial than in alpha-fiber grains. The phenomenon was related to the preferred appearance of grain interior strain localizations. The study brings out a clear possibility of optimizing the stored energy advantage in the deformed gamma-fiber through controlled warm working.},
  author       = {Khatirkar, R and Kestens, Leo and Petrov, Roumen and Samajdar, I},
  issn         = {0915-1559},
  journal      = {ISIJ INTERNATIONAL},
  keywords     = {strain localizations,warm working,INTERSTITIAL-FREE STEEL,MODELING TEXTURE CHANGE,LE-CHATELIER BANDS,IF-STEEL,RECRYSTALLIZATION TEXTURES,STATIC RECRYSTALLIZATION,SINGLE-CRYSTALS,SHEAR BANDS,MG ALLOY,DEFORMATION,EBSD,stored energy,deformation,misorientation,microtexture},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {78--85},
  title        = {Controlled warm working: possible tool for optimizing stored energy advantage in deformed gamma-fiber (ND//< 111 >)},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2009},
}

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