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Anisotropy due to Texture Development in FCC Polycrystals
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Anisotropy due to Texture Development in FCC Polycrystals
Kim, Eung-Zu; Lee, Yong-Shin;
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The present study is concerned with the development of anisotropy and deformation texture in polycrystals. The individual grain in an aggregate is assumed to experience the viscoplastic dedformation with crystallographic slip that unsure uniquenessof the active slip systems and shearing rate onthese systems. Two different methods for updating the grain orientation are examined. Texture development for some deformation modes such as plane strain compression, uniaxial tension and simple shear are found. Changes in anisotropic flow potential due to texture development during large deformation are also given. Anisotropic behavior of polycrystals with defferent textures are examined.
Anisotropic Flow Potential;Texture;Crystal Plasticity;Pole Figure;
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