Length scale effects on recrystallization and texture evolution in Cu layers of a roll-bonded Cu–Nb composite

Abstract

Recrystallization textures were investigated in thin layers of both pure Cu and alloyed Cu combined with Nb in roll-bonded composites. Texture analysis using X-ray revealed that Cube orientation was the dominant texture component after recrystallization in rolled monolithic pure Cu whereas {215} 〈211〉 and B/S were the dominant components for the recrystallized alloyed Cu. In the composites, however,

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@inproceedings{Lima2009LengthSE, title={Length scale effects on recrystallization and texture evolution in Cu layers of a roll-bonded Cu–Nb composite}, author={Catarina Lima and A . D . Rollettb}, year={2009} }