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A new model to predict grain nucleation during dynamic recrystallization

http://www.magnet.ubc.ca/wiki/images/5/5a/Abhijit_Mg2012.pdf

 

Deformation in metals and alloys is accompanied by high hardening rates and high dislocation 

content. Static annealing of deformed metals or forming operations at elevated temperatures can 

lead to static and dynamic recrystallization (SRX and DRX). The resultant texture and hence the 

properties of such a material are determined by the nucleation and growth of recrystallized grains 

Necking Analysis of Strain Softening Materials ...

Hi all.

I'm studying the high temperature viscoplastic behavior of titanium alloys. It is well known that at high temperature range, deformation induced dynamic recrystallization (DRX) causes dramatically strain softening. Such strain softening behavior is also treated as plastic instable according to literatures.

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