Effect of Initial Textures on Texture Formation in AA 3004 Sheets during Continuous Confined Strip Shearing and Subsequent Annealing

Hoon Dong Kim, Moo Young Huh, No Jin Park, Young Hoon Chung

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Abstract

The effect of initial textures on the texture formation during continuous confined strip shearing (CCSS) and subsequent annealing was investigated in AA 3004 sheets. The CCSS tools were designed to provide a constant shear strain of the order of 0.5 per pass while preserving the original sheet shape. During the CCSS deformation, the initial texture disappeared, and shear texture components developed. However, the intensity of the shear texture components did not further develop with an increasing number of CCSS passes. The softer initial sample depicting the cube texture displayed the evolution of {111}//ND fiber orientations. Upon recrystallization annealing, the textures developed during CCSS were randomized through the suppression of oriented nucleation and selected growth which generally dominate the evolution of recrystallization texture in cold rolled aluminum alloy sheets.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)413-419
Number of pages7
JournalMetals and Materials International
Volume9
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Aug 1

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Keywords

  • AA 3004
  • Continuous confined strip shearing (CCSS)
  • Recrystallization texture
  • Shear deformation
  • Shear texture

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Effect of Initial Textures on Texture Formation in AA 3004 Sheets during Continuous Confined Strip Shearing and Subsequent Annealing. / Kim, Hoon Dong; Huh, Moo Young; Park, No Jin; Chung, Young Hoon.

In: Metals and Materials International, Vol. 9, No. 4, 01.08.2003, p. 413-419.

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