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000203286 245__ $$aTechniques for modelling microstructure in metal forming processes
000203286 269__ $$a2012
000203286 260__ $$bElsevier Ltd.$$c2012
000203286 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000203286 520__ $$aThis chapter discusses several types of numerical models for metallurgical evolution. First, some basic notions of microstructure representations and microstructure state variables, some features of hardening and recovery and some features of recrystallization are recalled. Then, constitutive models coupled with state variables are introduced and examples of applications are given. Mean field methods are also presented and applied to necklace structures produced in discontinuous dynamic recrystallization. Finally, future trends are described, with an emphasis on digital material models and how they will provide powerful models of recrystallization on the microscopic scale. © 2012 Woodhead Publishing Limited. All rights reserved.
000203286 6531_ $$aDigital material
000203286 6531_ $$aMean field
000203286 6531_ $$aMicrostructure
000203286 6531_ $$aRecrystallization
000203286 6531_ $$aState variables
000203286 700__ $$aChastel, Y.
000203286 700__ $$0248074$$aLogé, R.$$g243441
000203286 700__ $$aBernacki, M.
000203286 773__ $$q17-34$$tMicrostructure Evolution in Metal Forming Processes
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