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21Cr - 10Ni - 3Mo duplex stainless steel high temperature deformation microstructures

Deakin University
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Data includes EBSD orentation maps of the specimens deformed in torsion at 1200 degrees celsius to strains of 0.1, 0.5, 0.9 and 1.3. The phase ratio is about 60% austenite and 40% ferrite. The miscrostructure is dynamically recovered and there is also some dynamic recrystallisation at strains of 0.9 and 1.3. The main portion of softening can be attributed to dynamic subgrain coalescence in austenite.

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Size_OR_DURATION: 180MG.
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