New developments in geometric dynamic recrystallization

@inproceedings{Kassner2005NewDI,
  title={New developments in geometric dynamic recrystallization},
  author={Michael E. Kassner and S. R. Barrabes},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract The concept of geometric dynamic recrystallization (GDX) originated in 1980s with work on elevated-temperature deformation aluminum to large strains. In this case, substantial grain refinement occurs through a process of grain elongation and thinning leading to a dramatic increase in grain boundary area. The grain boundaries become serrated as a result of subgrain (low angle) boundary formation. Pinching off and annihilation of high-angle grain boundaries occurs as the original grains… CONTINUE READING

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