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Deformation and Recrystallization Textures in Cross-Rolled Copper Sheet

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Seung-Hyun Hong

Research and Development Center, Union Steel MFG. Co., Ltd., 588-1 Gamman-dong, Nam-gu, Busan 608-070, Koreae-mail: hshmsd@unionsteel.co.kr

Dong Nyung Lee

School of Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University, San 56-1, Shinrim-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-742, Koreae-mail: dnlee@snu.ac.kr

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 124(1), 13-22 (Jun 21, 2001) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1419017 History: Received January 02, 2001; Revised June 21, 2001
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Figures

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(a) Measured ODF of starting specimen and (b) its ODF expressed as orientation distribution of 1512 grains whose orientations are represented by the Gaussian function with scatter angle of 7 deg
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Definition of rolling directions RD1, RD2, RD3, RD4 in cross rolling
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Two-dimensional view of Euler space with locations of some important ideal orientations (Bunge notation)
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ODFs of center layers of (a) 82 and (b) 96% cross-rolled copper sheets
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ODFs of surface layers of (a) 82 and (b) 96% cross-rolled copper sheets
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TEM micrograph of cube oriented grain found in center layer of 96% cross-rolled copper sheet
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EBSD mapping of TD sections of (a) surface and (b) center layers of 96% cross-rolled copper sheet
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(111) pole figures of 96% cross-rolled copper sheet measured by (a) X-ray and (b) EBSD
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(111) pole figures and ODFs of (a) 82 and (b) 96% cross-rolled copper sheets, which were simulated by rate sensitive model of m=0.01 with relaxed constraints of ε13 in RD1 and ε23 in RD2
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(a) Inverse rotation rate map and (b) convergence map of RD1 rolled copper sheet, calculated using rate sensitive model with relaxed constraints of ε13
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(a) Inverse rotation rate map and (b) convergence map of RD2 rolled copper sheet, calculated using rate sensitive model with relaxed constraints of ε23
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Crystal rotation maps for rolling in direction of (a) RD1 and (b) RD2, calculated using rate sensitive model of relaxed constraints of (a) ε13 and (b) ε23
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Crystal rotations along α fiber calculated by rate sensitive model of m=0.01, with ε13 relaxed for RD1 rolling and with ε23 relaxed for RD2 rolling
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ODFs of center layer of copper sheets which were cross rolled by (a) 82 and (b) 96% and annealed at 450°C for 1 h
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ODFs of surface layer of copper sheets which were cross rolled by (a) 82 and (b) 96% and annealed at 450°C for 1 h
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(a) EBSD image and (b) orientations of selected grains in 96% cross-rolled and partially recrystallized copper sheets. Contours in (111) pole figure indicate recrystallization texture measured by X-ray.
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(a) Experimental and (b) calculated ODFs of center layer of copper sheet cross rolled by 96% and annealed at 450°C for 1 h. Calculation was made based on rotation angle of 30 deg about 〈111〉 axes
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Orientation relations in the deformed and recrystallized states. Subscripts d and r indicate deformed and recrystallized states, respectively.

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