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Distributions of Stretch and Rotation in Polycrystalline OFHC Cu

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J. D. Clayton, B. M. Schroeter, D. L. McDowell

G.W.W. School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332

S. Graham

Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 124(3), 302-313 (Jun 10, 2002) (12 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1479354 History: Received September 03, 2001; Revised February 27, 2002; Online June 10, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Simulated grain structure within deformed 2D observation window, at an applied strain level of Eeff=1.0 for (a) random misorientations (R) and (b) limited misorientations (L)
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Maximum in-plane principal stretch contours at an applied strain level of Eeff=1.0 for (a) experiment, (b) simulation with random (R) misorientations, and (c) simulation with limited (L) misorientations
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In-plane rotation angle contours at an applied strain level of Eeff=1.0 for (a) experiment, (b) simulation with random (R) misorientations, and (c) simulation with limited (L) misorientations
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Out-of-plane surface displacement contours at an applied strain level of Eeff=1.0 for (a) simulation with random (R) misorientations, and (b) simulation with limited (L) misorientations
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Grain boundary and triple point elements, for ζ=0.073LG
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Maximum stretch Λmax, averaged over Window, GB, and TP regions
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Rotation angle Θeff, averaged over Window, GB, and TP regions
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Effective stress Σeff, averaged over Window, GB, and TP regions
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Average number of activated slip systems during deformation history, in Window, GB, and TP regions
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Schematic of grid pattern for photomask
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Uniaxial compression experiment: geometry and effective strain measure
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Configurations associated with decomposition of the deformation gradient
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Generation of 2D FE geometry from digital image of specimen surface
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3D geometry and out-of-plane boundary conditions for compression simulations
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In-plane boundary conditions and corresponding effective strain measures for compression simulations
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{111} pole figures of initial grain (lattice) orientations for (a) experiment, (b) simulation with random (R) misorientations, and (c) simulation with limited (L) misorientations
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Lattice misorientation profiles: experimental and simulated
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Experimental surface deformation patterns at an applied strain level of Eeff=1.0 for (a) deformed experimental grid pattern—optical image (scale in μm) and (b) deformed experimental grid pattern—reconstruction
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Deformed FE meshes at an applied strain level of Eeff=1.0 for (a) random misorientations (R) and (b) limited misorientations (L)

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