Transformation Textures in Unstable Austenitic Steel

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R. Kubler, M. Berveiller, M. Cherkaoui, K. Inal

Laboratoine de Physique er Mécanique des Matériaux CNRS-ENSAM 4, rue Augustin Fresnel Technopo⁁le 57078 Metz Cedex 3, France e-mail: regis.kubler@metz.ensam.fr

J. Eng. Mater. Technol 125(1), 12-17 (Dec 31, 2002) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1525249 History: Received October 10, 2001; Revised April 23, 2002; Online December 31, 2002
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Simulation compared to experimental data for the stress-strain behavior and the evolution of the martensite volume fraction during a tensile test of an AISI304 steel
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True stress-strain curves of AISI304 steel at different temperatures under tension (solid lines). Martensite volume fraction evolution at −60C determined by X-ray diffraction (round plot) fitted with a Johnson-Mehl law (dashed line).
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Simulated {220} pole figures of the austenite at different strains E during a tensile test at −60°C on a polycrystal initially austenitic and isotropic
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Experimental {220} pole figures of the austenite at different strains E obtained by X-ray diffraction on a AISI304 steel during a tensile test at −60°C
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Comparison of simulated {220} pole figures without (a) and with martensitic transformation (b) during a tensile test at −60°C for a strain of 18 percent




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