Following Microstructures during Deformation: In situ X-ray/Neutron Diffraction and HRDIC

The mechanical behavior of three engineering materials is studied employing in situ deformation methods. The study covers metastable austenitic steels with different stacking fault energies during multiaxial loading, a Ti-6Al-4V alloy processed by electron beam melting during uniaxial deformation and a commercial nanocrystalline NiTi alloy during multiaxial deformation. The experimental results obtained by in situ X-ray or neutron diffraction elucidate the load transfer and phase transformation mechanisms, information that is averaged over a relatively large volume containing a statistically representative number of grains. Complementary in situ high resolution digital image correlation allows details to be revealed regarding the localized strain accommodation and slip activity with a sub-grain spatial resolution. It is demonstrated that the synergy of the different length-scale investigations provides a better understanding of the complex relationship between microstructure and deformation behavior in these materials.


Published in:
40Th Riso International Symposium On Materials Science: Metal Microstructures In 2D, 3D And 4D, 580, 012010
Presented at:
40th Riso International Symposium on Materials Science - Metal Microstructures in 2D, 3D and 4D, Roskilde, DENMARK, Sep 02-06, 2019
Year:
Jan 01 2019
Publisher:
Bristol, IOP PUBLISHING LTD
ISSN:
1757-8981
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