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CUBE
ANNEALED
RECRYSTALLIZATION
GRAIN
COMPOUND
TEXTURE
CRYSTALS
RECRYSTALLIZATION KINETICS
INCREASES
RECRYSTALLIZATION TEMPERATURE
GROWTH
ORIENTATION
ANNEALING
LT
OCCUR
STATIC
ALUMINUM ALLOYS
PARTICLE
DYNAMIC
DEPENDS
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Definitions

  1. Recrystallization was incomplete in grain A. The new grains with elongated morphology have nucleated at highly misoriented bands as shown in Fig.
  2. Recrystallization was analyzed via metallography and as a function of hardness.
  3. Recrystallization is a solid state transformation. (Web site)
  4. Recrystallization is a separation process.
  5. Recrystallization is an often-used method for purifying solids. (Web site)

Cube

  1. The formation of cube {100}<001 recrystallization texture was studied in warm plane-strain deformed aluminum.
  2. Recrystallization cube texture intensity increased from 4 to 200 times random, as the true strain was increased from 0.92 to 3.2.
  3. A simple geometrical model is proposed for the prediction of cube recrystallization texture in plane strain deformed f.c.c.

Annealed

  1. After a few times rolling the metal should be annealed by heating it above the recrystallization temperature.
  2. Pure aluminium has been cold rolled and partially annealed to yield recrystallization nuclei.

Recrystallization

  1. The annealing temperature has a dramatic influence on the rate of recrystallization which is reflected in the above equations. (Web site)
  2. Increasing the strain, time and temperature of annealing increases the driving energy for recrystallization.
  3. Indeed, below a certain deformation recrystallization may never occur. (Web site)
  4. The rate of recrystallization is heavily influenced by the amount of deformation and, to a lesser extent, the manner in which it is applied. (Web site)
  5. Solute atoms, both deliberate additions and impurities, have a profound influence on the recrystallization kinetics. (Web site)

Grain

  1. Recrystallization texture and grain size vary from one grain to another indicating orientation effects.
  2. The first steps of recrystallization mainly take place by continuous growth of subgrains including or not the bulging of grain boundaries.
  3. Effects of electrostatic field on recrystallization texture and grain boundary character distribution (GBCD) in a Fe-3%Si alloy were investigated.

Compound

  1. Recrystallization works by taking advantage of the different solubility properties of compounds, and allows impurities to be removed from crude solids. (Web site)
  2. In chemistry, recrystallization is a procedure for purifying compound s.

Texture

  1. Recrystallization textures in fcc metals.
  2. Recrystallization textures in bcc metals.
  3. Recrystallization textures in multiphase alloys.

Crystals

  1. For ice, recrystallization refers to the growth of larger crystals at the expense of smaller ones.
  2. The color remaining after recrystallization is due primarily to impurity on the surface of the crystals.

Recrystallization Kinetics

  1. Recrystallization (see also crystallization) is an essentially physical process that has meanings in chemistry, metallurgy and geology. (Web site)
  2. Annealing at low homologous temperatures is a useful method to investigate changes in recovery and recrystallization kinetics in coarse-grained materials.
  3. In consequence, recovery and recrystallization kinetics were found to vary significantly from one grain to another giving rise to an inhomogeneous structure.
  4. The recrystallization of duplex alloys.
  5. The interaction of precipitation and recrystallization.

Increases

  1. Recrystallization is usually accompanied by a reduction in the strength and hardness of a material and a simultaneous increase in the ductility. (Web site)
  2. Many impurities increase the half-hard recrystallization temperature in a non-linear relationship. (Web site)

Recrystallization Temperature

  1. Cold rolling is a metal working process in which metal is deformed by passing it through rollers at a temperature below its recrystallization temperature.
  2. As a result the recrystallization temperature will decrease with increasing deformation. (Web site)
  3. Limestone is a sedimentary rock that undergoes metamorphic recrystallization to form marble, and clays can recrystallize to muscovite mica.
  4. Often it is simpler to do the filtration and recrystallization as two independent and separate steps.
  5. Definition Three EBSD maps of the stored energy in an Al-Mg-Mn alloy after exposure to increasing recrystallization temperature. (Web site)

Growth

  1. In metallurgy, recrystallization is the nucleation and growth of new undeformed grains in a deformed metal.
  2. A precise definition of recrystallization is difficult as the process is strongly related to several other processes, most notably recovery and grain growth. (Web site)
  3. The second phase is recrystallization, where new grains nucleate and grow to replace those deformed by internal stresses. (Web site)
  4. Cellular Automata (CA) provide an efficient mathematical framework to simulate physically relevant models of recrystallization and grain growth.
  5. Abnormal subgrain growth has been evidenced as a viable mechanism for nucleation of recrystallization.

Orientation

  1. The results shown in this paper confirm the strong orientation effects on recrystallization in oligocrystalline niobium.
  2. Recrystallization kinetics are commonly observed to follow the profile shown. (Web site)
  3. The recrystallization behavior of coarse-grained niobium depends on the nature of its deformatiuon microstructure.
  4. The recrystallization of individual grains is strongly dependent on their initial orientation.
  5. EBSD results also confirm the occurence of growth selection during recrystallization in coarse-grained tantalum.

Annealing

  1. This recrystallization temperature decreases with annealing time. (Web site)
  2. Recrystallization may occur during or after deformation (during cooling or a subsequent heat treatment, for example). (Web site)
  3. Afer subsequent vacuum annealing at 1200°C for 1 h, distinct recrystallization microtextures are found in these grains.
  4. Strains in samples 4.2 Hardness Results Hardness measurements indicate when recrystallization is completed.

Lt

  1. This equation is valid in the early stages of recrystallization when f<<1 and the growing grains are not impinging on each other. (Web site)
  2. In order to understand this {111}<110 development during recrystallization, characterization of the deformed site was performed.

Occur

  1. The different mechanisms by which recrystallization and recovery occur are complex and in many cases remain controversial. (Web site)
  2. Following from the previous rule it is found that recrystallization requires a minimum temperature for the necessary atomic mechanisms to occur. (Web site)

Static

  1. Strong local differences in the rate of static recrystallization were observed, similar as in recrystallizing large iron grains [9].
  2. Recovery and recrystallization of ordered materials.
  3. Also significant is recrystallization, either dynamic or static, with nucleation of new domains and grain-boundary mobility.

Aluminum Alloys

  1. The differences in particle structures and recrystallization behaviors between DC and CC AA5052 aluminum alloys.
  2. Comparison of recrystallization and recrystallization textures in cold-rolled DC and CC AA 5182 aluminum alloys. (Web site)
  3. Quantification of recrystallization texture evolution in cold rolled AA 5182 aluminum alloy. (Web site)

Particle

  1. Depending on their size and distribution such particles may act to either encourage or retard recrystallization. (Web site)
  2. Extended recovery and continuous recrystallization.
  3. These boundaries act as effective nucleation sites for recrystallization.
  4. Bimodal particle distributions The recrystallization behaviour of materials containing a wide distribution of particle sizes can be difficult to predict.
  5. Particle pinning during recrystallization (Zener drag).

Dynamic

  1. The situation is further complicated in dynamic systems where deformation and recrystallization occur simultaneously. (Web site)
  2. Additional mechanisms include ( geometric) dynamic recrystallization and strain induced boundary migration. (Web site)

Depends

  1. Successful recrystallization depends on finding the right solvent.
  2. The recrystallization behavior of this material depends on the nature of these orientation gradients developed within individual grains.

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