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Substructure and texture development in austenite through thermomechanical processing

Deakin University
Dr Hossein Beladi (Aggregated by) Dr Pavel Cizek (Aggregated by) Peter Hodgson (Aggregated by)
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The data collection was performed using EBSD and TEM techniques. The objective was to characterise the substructure and crystallographic texture development during dynamic and post-dynamic deformation. The work reveals the role of the initial dislocation structure and texture on the softening characteristics in austenite and how these evolve during softening. It is also shown that the differences in the deformation dislocation structures between the dynamically recrystallized and deformed regions play a major role in determining the extent of recovery. An enhanced static recovery can be seen during post dynamic softening.

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