Simulation for Texture Formation of Both Face-Centered-Cubic Metals and Body-Centered-Cubic Ones Based on Rotational Symmetry among Principal Axes
Advances in Materials
Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2018, Pages: 34-43
Received: May 10, 2018; Accepted: May 30, 2018; Published: Jul. 11, 2018
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Hiroaki Masui, Department of Engineering, Teikyo University, Utsunomiya-shi, Japan
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Based on the rotational symmetry of the principal axes of X [100], Y [010] and Z [001], in fcc metal 24 possible combinations of the five slips on {111} planes on <110> direction while in bcc metal 72 possible combinations of the five slips on {110} planes on <111> direction by intersection of two kinds of {110} planes from the three ones composed of {110}, {101} and {011} are respectively chosen both based on Taylor’s formidable restriction rule of the five slips. In fcc metal, orientation at onset (minimum) of Taylor factor M value, i.e. the minimum total slip amount, shows the cube {100}<001> and the M value gradually increases by way of {100}<001>→ {100}<016>→ {100}<013>→ {100}<012>→ {100}<023> → {100}<0,9,11> with decrease of φ1 or does {100}<001>→ {016}<100>→{013}<100> →{0,6,13}<100> with increase of φ2, most of which were experimentally reported as indiscrete recrystallized orientations with lowest dislocation density named the cluster composed of cube and cube-family in fcc metal. In bcc metal, crystal rotation is carried out by only one solution among the 72 by the minimum total slip amount at every strain and simulates properly lengthy of accumulated researcher’s experimental results such as the three stable orientations of bcc metal in rolling {112}<110>, {11 11 8}<44 11> and {100}<011>.
Body-Centered-Cubic, Face-Centered-Cubic, Deformation, Texture, Symmetry
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Hiroaki Masui, Simulation for Texture Formation of Both Face-Centered-Cubic Metals and Body-Centered-Cubic Ones Based on Rotational Symmetry among Principal Axes, Advances in Materials. Vol. 7, No. 2, 2018, pp. 34-43. doi: 10.11648/
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