Recrystallization has been studied in Β brass in order to evaluate the influence of order on the recrystallization process. Recrystallization takes place by the formation of new grains at shear band — grain boundary intersections followed by grain growth and coalescence. Recrystallization occurs most readily at temperatures near the critical ordering temperature where the alloy has partial or short-range order and this is because both new grain formation and grain growth are fastest. Dislocation recovery processes are more difficult within the partially ordered materials and a larger strain energy is retained to drive recrystallization.
KeywordsPolymer Recrystallization Shear Band Recovery Process Large Strain
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