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Role of deformation twinning and second phase on the texture evolution in a duplex stainless steel during cold rolling: Experimental and modelling study
Chalapathi Darshan, Sivaprasad P.V.,
Published in Elsevier BV
Volume: 780

Deformation twinning is known to be one of the reasons that cause texture transition (copper type to brass type) in single phase fcc materials and is studied extensively. The role of deformation twinning in two phase materials is an area yet to be explored. Similarly in two phase materials, the effect of one phase on the texture evolution of the other phase is not well understood. In this work, a combination of experiments and modelling are used to address their effects on texture evolution in duplex stainless steels. The material is cold rolled to 80% thickness reduction and texture evolution is studied at various strain levels. These are compared with a series of crystal plasticity simulations using the Taylor model and grain interaction based LAMEL model which was extended to a two phase material. Deformation twinning in austenite is incorporated by predominant twin reorientation (PTR) scheme. It is observed that only by accounting for the strong local interactions between the phases, the correct textures are predicted. The texture transition from to orientation observed in ferrite at higher strain levels is attributed to deformation twinning in austenite. A number of simulations with ideal orientations observed in fcc and bcc materials are performed to assess the role of one phase on texture evolution of the other. It is concluded that experimental observations are also required to comment on the dominant phase during texture evolution.

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JournalData powered by TypesetMaterials Science and Engineering: A
PublisherData powered by TypesetElsevier BV
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