Deformation twinning in AZ31: Influence on strain hardening and texture evolution

@inproceedings{Knezevic2010DeformationTI,
  title={Deformation twinning in AZ31: Influence on strain hardening and texture evolution},
  author={Marko Knezevic and Amanda J. Levinson and Ryan Harris and Raja K. Mishra and Roger D. Doherty and Surya R. Kalidindi},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract This paper describes the main results from an experimental investigation into the consequences of deformation twinning in AZ31 on various aspects of plastic deformation, including the anisotropic strain-hardening rates, the tension/compression yield asymmetry, and the evolution of crystallographic texture. It was seen that AZ31 exhibited unusually high normalized strain-hardening rates compared to α-Ti that occurred beyond the strain levels where extension twins have completely altered… CONTINUE READING

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