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|Title:||Patterns of deformation and associated recrystallization in warm/hot deformed AA6022|
|Publisher:||AMER CERAMIC SOC|
|Citation:||APPLICATIONS OF TEXTURE ANALYSIS,201,523-528|
|Abstract:||Samples of AA 6022 were deformed at different temperatures, strain and strain rates through channel die compression. Deformed samples, though quenched immediately after deformation, had both deformed grains/bands and recrystallized grains. Using a simple criterion of grain size and in-grain misorientation developments, respective deformed and recrystallized regions could be distinguished. Deformation temperature/strain rate, or the so-called Zener-Holloman (Z) parameter, had clear effects on the deformed microstructure in terms of orientation stability or textural changes and in terms of in-grain misorientation developments. These, in turn, strongly affected the associated recrystallization behavior including relative contributions from particle stimulated nucleation and contributions from deformed grains/bands of different ideal orientations.|
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