Analysis of texture evolution in FCC metals by full constraint and a self-consistent viscoplastic model
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The texture evolution of FCC metals during tension, compression and rolling has been analyzed by the full constraint Taylor model and self-consistent model with the large deformation theory of viscoplastic material. The final texture of tension and compression predicted from the initial random texture were similar in both full constraint Taylor and self-consistent models. The final rolling texture of the the full constraint Taylor model was the D-type texture, while that of the self-consistent model was the copper type texture due to lower interaction between single crystals and matrix.
Key wordstexture full constraint Taylor model self-consistent model
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