Interpretation of hot rolling and cold rolling texture in high purity aluminium

Moo Young Huh, Jong Cheol Park, Sootae Lee

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Abstract

In high purity aluminium two different types of hot band textures were produced by changing the final hot rolling temperatures. The texture of the hot bands was found to be inhomogeneous through thickness. The strong preferred orientation of {001}<110> developed in the surface layer of the hot band which had been rolled at the higher finishing temperature. For the lower finishing temperature sample, the cold rolling type of texture was formed in the hot band. The cold rolling texture was dependent on the initial hot rolling texture. The hot band which had strong {001}<110> at the surface layer led to the maximum orientation density at {4 4 11}<11 11 8> after the subsequent cold rolling. Preferred orientations near {123}<634> in the hot band caused the maximum at {123}<634> in the cold rolling texture. The experimental results were discussed based on the simulation test of deformation texture in which the rotation of orientations was calculated from the Taylor model. In this calculation, the strain state of the deformation zone in the rolling gap is assumed to vary with shears induced from the geometry and the friction.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)141-149
Number of pages9
JournalMetals and Materials International
Volume2
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1996 Dec 1

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Interpretation of hot rolling and cold rolling texture in high purity aluminium. / Huh, Moo Young; Park, Jong Cheol; Lee, Sootae.

In: Metals and Materials International, Vol. 2, No. 3, 01.12.1996, p. 141-149.

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