Development of Deformation Textures in Polycrystalline Copper Experiments and Model Predictions Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • The textural development and flow stress have been determined in compression and tension of copper (99.999%). For strains below 1.4 (compression) and 1.0 (tension) the textural development is in qualitative agreement with Taylor-model predictions, i.e. a maximum concentration at the 110 and 111 + 100 orientations for compression and tension, respectively. The grain size (23 and 125 μm) has only a relatively small effect on the textural development. For large strains 1.4–2.9 (compression) the textural development is in broad agreement with relaxed-constraints (RC) model predictions. In the strain range where the Taylor-model is prevalent the textural development has only a small effect on the M-factor, i.e. on the flow stress–strain relationship.

published proceedings

  • Textures and Microstructures

author list (cited authors)

  • Naaman, H., Talreja, R., Jensen, D. J., & Hansen, N

citation count

  • 8

complete list of authors

  • Naaman, H||Talreja, R||Jensen, D Juul||Hansen, N

publication date

  • January 1987