Comparison between diffraction contrast tomography and high-energy diffraction microscopy on a slightly deformed aluminium alloy

@inproceedings{Renversade2016ComparisonBD,
  title={Comparison between diffraction contrast tomography and high-energy diffraction microscopy on a slightly deformed aluminium alloy},
  author={Loïc Renversade and Romain Quey and Wolfgang Ludwig and David B. Menasche and Siddharth Maddali and Robert M Suter and Andras Borbely},
  booktitle={IUCrJ},
  year={2016}
}
The grain structure of an Al-0.3 wt%Mn alloy deformed to 1% strain was reconstructed using diffraction contrast tomography (DCT) and high-energy diffraction microscopy (HEDM). 14 equally spaced HEDM layers were acquired and their exact location within the DCT volume was determined using a generic algorithm minimizing a function of the local disorientations between the two data sets. The microstructures were then compared in terms of the mean crystal orientations and shapes of the grains. The… CONTINUE READING
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