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Title Proceedings of the International Conference on microstructure and texture in steels and other materials ; February 5-7, 2008, Jamshedpur, India / Arunansu Haldar, Satyam Suwas, Debashish Bhattacharjee, editors.
Imprint London : Springer, ©2009.

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Description 1 online resource (xix, 488 pages) : illustrations
Series 2009 Springer E-Books.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
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Subject Steel -- Microstructure.
Steel -- Texture.
Texture (Crystallography)
metalen
metals
bouwmaterialen
building materials
staal
steel
materiaalkunde
materials science
Mechanical and Electronic Engineering
Werktuigbouwkunde en elektrotechniek
Contents Part I Introduction -- 1 Transformation Textures Associated with Steel Processing -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Hot Band Textures -- 1.2.1 General Features -- 1.2.2 Effects of Austenite Rolling and Recrystallization on the Texture -- 1.3 The Bain, Kurdjumov-Sachs, and Nishiyama-Wassermann Correspondence Relationships -- 1.4 Transformation Behavior of Recrystallized Austenite -- 1.5 Transformation Behavior of Deformed Austenite -- 1.6 Variant Selection -- 1.7 Overall Summary of the Rolling and Transformation Behavior -- References -- 2 Mathematics of Crystallographic Texture in Martensitic and Related Transformations -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Crystallographic Theory of Martensite -- 2.2.1 Structure of the Interface -- 2.2.2 The Shape Deformation -- 2.2.3 The Bain Strain -- 2.2.4 Phenomenological Solution -- 2.2.5 The Crystallographic Set -- 2.3 Variant Selection -- 2.4 Transformation Plasticity -- 2.5 The Intensity of the Texture -- 2.6 Summary -- References -- 3 Structure and Strength of IF Steel After Large Strain Deformation -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Universal Pattern of Structural Evolution -- 3.2.1 Cold Rolling -- 3.2.2 Accumulative Roll-Bonding (ARB) -- 3.2.3 Rolling of Lath Martensite -- 3.2.4 Summary: Structural Observations -- 3.3 Microstructural Parameters and Flow Stress -- 3.3.1 Summary: Structure-Property Relationships -- 3.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 4 The Coming of Grain Boundary Engineering in the 21st Century -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Material-Assisted Civilization and Development -- 4.1.2 Requirements for High Performance Materials -- 4.1.3 Importance of Grain Boundaries in Engineering Materials -- 4.2 Grain Boundary Microstructures in Polycrystalline Materials -- 4.2.1 Versatility of Grain Boundary Microstructure -- 4.2.2 Structure-Dependent Boundary Properties.
4.2.3 Structure-Dependent Grain Boundary Fracture -- 4.2.4 Observations of Grain Boundary-Related Fracture of Polycrystalline Materials -- for High Performance Materials -- 4.3.1 Basic Concept of Grain Boundary Engineering -- 4.3.2 Possible Processing Methods for Grain Boundary Engineering -- 4.4 The Characterization of Grain Boundary Microstructures by OIM -- 4.4.1 Quantitative Analysis of Grain Boundary Microstructures -- 4.4.2 Grain Boundary Character Distribution (GBCD) -- 4.4.3 Grain Boundary Connectivity -- 4.5 Metallurgical Factors Affecting GBCD -- 4.5.1 Relation Between GBCD and Grain Size -- 4.5.2 Relation Between GBCD and Texture -- 4.5.3 Relation Between GBCD and Material Purity/Composition -- 4.6 Prediction of GBCD-Controlled Brittle-Ductile Transition and Fracture Toughness -- 4.7 The Control of Intergranular Brittleness by Grain Boundary Engineering -- 4.7.1 The Control of Intrinsic Intergranular Brittleness -- 4.7.2 The Control of Oxidation-Induced Intergranular Brittleness -- 4.8 Grain Boundary Engineering by Magnetic Field Application -- 4.8.1 The Control of Segregation-Induced Brittleness -- 4.8.2 The Control of Abnormal Grain Growth and Heterogeneous Microstructure -- 4.8.3 Microstructure Control by Magnetic Phase Transformation -- 4.9 Grain Boundary Engineering for Photovoltaic Polysilicon -- 4.10 Summary and Prospect -- References -- Part II Control of Texture and Microstructure in Steels -- 5 Texture Development in Low Carbon Sheet Steels for Automotive Application -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Texture Development in Low Carbon Sheet Steels -- 5.2.1 Development of Cold Rolled Microstructure and Texture -- 5.2.2 Development of Recrystallization Texture -- 5.2.3 Mechanism of the Recrystallization Texture Formation -- 5.3 Effect of Austenite Transformation on the Recrystalization Texture of DP Steel -- 5.4 Summary -- References.
6 Texture and Microstructure Evolution at the Metal-Vapour Interface During Transformation Annealing in a Mn and Al Alloyed Ultra Low Carbon Steel -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Experimental Procedure -- 6.3 Results -- 6.3.1 Surface Texture and Through Thickness Microstructure Before Annealing -- 6.3.2 Surface Texture at Different Temperatures During Interrupted Annealing -- 6.3.3 Through Thickness Grain Morphology -- 6.4 Discussion -- 6.5 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Precipitation Behavior and Textural Evolution in Interstitial Free High Strength (IFHS) Steels -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Precipitation in Batch Annealed (BA) IFHS Steels -- 7.3 Precipitation in Continuous Annealed (CA) IFHS Steels -- 7.4 Precipitation of FeTiP -- 7.4.1 Structure and Constitution of FeTiP -- 7.4.2 FeTiP Formation in Cold Rolled and Annealed Steels -- 7.4.3 Prevention of FeTiP Formation in BA-IFHS Steels -- 7.5 Conclusions -- References -- 8 Texture, Microstructure and Properties of Coatings on a few Industrially Produced Galvanized and Galvannealed Interstitial Free Steels -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Experimental Procedure -- 8.3 Experimental Results -- 8.4 Discussion -- 8.5 Conclusions -- References -- 9 Effects of Microalloying in Multi Phase Steels for Car Body Manufacture -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Definition -- 9.3 Alloy Concepts -- 9.4 Processing -- 9.5 Properties -- 9.6 Conclusion -- References -- 10 State-of-the-Science of High Manganese TWIP Steels for Automotive Applications -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Experimental -- 10.3 Results -- 10.4 Microstructural Analysis -- 10.5 Discussion -- 10.6 Conclusion -- References -- 11 Third Generation of AHSS: Microstructure Design Concepts -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Analysis of Strengthening in AHSS Steels -- 11.3 Predictions of AHSS Microstructures and Properties.
11.4 Evaluation of Methodologies to Produce Third Generation AHSS -- 11.5 Summary -- References -- Part III Modeling -- 12 Crystal Plasticity Based Modelling of Deformation Textures -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Crystal Plasticity Based Models -- 12.2.1 General -- 12.2.2 Full Constraint (FC) Taylor Theory -- 12.2.3 LAMEL Model -- 12.2.4 Grain Interaction (GIA) Model -- 12.2.5 Advanced Lamel Model (ALAMEL) -- 12.2.6 Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Models (CPFEM) -- 12.3 Model Validation -- 12.4 Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- 13 Simulation of Persistence Characteristics of Textures During Plastic Deformation -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Principles of Orientation Stability -- 13.2.1 Stability Condition -- 13.2.2 Evolution of Orientation Density -- 13.2.3 Role of Rigid Body Rotation -- 13.3 How to Identify Ideal Orientations? -- 13.3.1 The Persistence Parameter -- 13.3.2 Examples for Persistence Maps -- 13.3.3 The Role of Strain Rate Sensitivity in the Persistence of Shear Textures -- 13.4 The Role of the Divergence Quantity in the Formation of Textures -- 13.5 Summary and Conclusions -- References -- 14 DXRD and Its Applications Leading to New Modelling -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 3DXRD -- 14.3 Growth During Recrystallization -- 14.3.1 Growth Rate Distributions -- 14.3.2 Anisotropic Growth -- 14.4 Distribution of Nucleation Sites -- 14.5 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- 15 3D Image-Based Viscoplastic Response with Crystal Plasticity -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 FFT Method -- 15.3 3D Image of Nickel Alloy -- 15.4 Results and Discussion -- 15.5 Summary -- References -- Part IV Specialized Characterization Techniques -- 16 Diffraction Techniques in Steel Research: An Overview -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Experimental Details -- 16.2.1 Equipment -- 16.2.2 Techniques -- Contents.
16.3 Characterisation of Advanced High-Strength Steels -- 16.3.1 Texture Measurement of Ferrite and Austenite Phase -- 16.3.2 Retained Austenite -- 16.3.3 Detection of Complex Microstructures -- 16.3.4 Welds -- 16.4 Characterisation of Nickel Plated Battery Steels -- 16.5 In situ Real-Time Measurement Techniques -- 16.6 Summary -- References -- 17 Non-Contact Non-Destructive Measurement of Texture Using an Electro-Magnetic Acoustic Transducer (EMAT) Sensor -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Materials and Experimental Method -- 17.3 Results and Discussion -- 17.4 Conclusions -- References -- 18 Texture Transition in Steel ST37K, in situ Measurement at High Temperatures Using High-Energy X-rays -- 18.1 Synchrotron Radiation -- 18.1.1 Hard X-ray Instrumentation -- 18.1.2 Texture Measurements by High Energy Synchrotron Radiation -- 18.2 High Temperature Measurements by High-Energy Synchrotron Radiation -- 18.2.1 Sample Description and Experimental Conditions -- 18.2.2 In situ High-Temperature Phase Analysis of ST37K -- 18.2.3 In situ High-Temperature Texture Analysis of ST37K -- 18.3 Conclusion -- References -- Part V Texture and Microstructure Development During Special Processes and Materials -- 19 Ultra-fine Grain Materials by Severe Plastic Deformation: Application to Steels -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 General Characteristics of Severe Plastic Deformation -- 19.2.1 Equal Channel Angular Extrusion -- 19.2.2 Accumulative Roll Bonding -- 19.3 Severe Plastic Deformation Processes as Applied to Steels -- 19.3.1 Equal Channel Angular Extrusion -- 19.3.2 Accumulative Roll Bonding -- 19.4 Summary and Perspective -- References -- 20 Development of Texture from the HAZ to Weldmetal Across the Fusion Boundary -- 20.1 Introduction -- 20.2 Experimental -- 20.3 Results and Discussion -- 20.3.1 Fe-3 wt% Si Steel -- 20.3.2 430 Stainless Steel -- 20.3.3 AA5182 Spot Weld.
Summary "Microstructure and Texture in Steels and Other Materials comprises a collection of articles pertaining to experimental and theoretical aspects of the evolution of crystallographic texture and microstructure during processing of steels and some other materials." "Among the topics covered is the processing-microstructure-texture-property relationship in various kinds of steels, including the latest grade. Special emphasis has been given to introduce recent advances in the characterization of texture and microstructure, as well as modeling. The papers included are written by well-known experts from academia and industrial R and D, which will provide the reader with state-of-the-art, in-depth knowledge of the subject." "With these attributes, Microstructure and Texture in Steels and Other Materials is expected to serve the cause of creating awareness of current developments in microstructural science and materials engineering among academic and R and D personnel working in the field."--Jacket
Other Author Haldar, Arunansu.
Suwas, Satyam.
Bhattacharjee, Debashish.
Tata Iron and Steel Company.
Indian Institute of Metals.
Other Title Print version: Proceedings of the International Conference on microstructure and texture in steels and other materials ; February 5-7, 2008, Jamshedpur, India. London : Springer, ©2009 9781848824539 184882453X
Other Title Microstructure and texture in steels and other materials