Atomic-scale investigation of interface-facilitated deformation twinning in severely deformed Ag-Cu nanolamellar composites

@article{An2015AtomicscaleIO,
  title={Atomic-scale investigation of interface-facilitated deformation twinning in severely deformed Ag-Cu nanolamellar composites},
  author={X. An and Suming Zhu and Cao Yang and M. Kawasaki and X. Liao and S. Ringer and J. Nie and T. Langdon and Yuntian Zhu},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={107},
  pages={011901}
}
We report an atomic-scale investigation of interface-facilitated deformation twinning behaviour in Ag-Cu nanolamellar composites. Profuse twinning activities in Ag supply partial dislocations to directly transmit across the Ag-Cu lamellar interface that promotes deformation twinning in the neighbouring Cu lamellae although the interface is severely deformed. The trans-interface twin bands change the local structure at the interface. Our analysis suggests that the orientation relationship and… Expand

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