Crystallographic Texture of Stress – Affected Bainite

@inproceedings{KunduCrystallographicTO,
  title={Crystallographic Texture of Stress – Affected Bainite},
  author={Saurabh Kundu and Kaname Hase and H. K. D. H. Bhadeshia}
}
A method is presented for calculating both the macroscopic strains and crystallographic bias which develop when a polycrystalline sample of austenitic steel is transformed into bainite or martensite under the influence of an applied stress or a system of stresses. Any texture present in the austenite prior to transformation is taken into account, as is the detailed crystallography of the transformation. Comparisons with experimental data are encouraging. A strong correlation has been observed… CONTINUE READING
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