Volume 3, Issue 10 (November 2006)

    The Effect of Latent Hardening on the Texture of 3004 Aluminum Deformed in Plane Strain, Predicted by an Explicit Dynamic Finite Element Analysis

    CODEN: JAIOAD

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    Abstract

    Simulating plane strain compression of polycrystalline 3004 aluminum, representing a metal of high stacking fault energy (sfe), to 60% reduction by a finite element model permits prediction of the observed texture, in which the copper, S, and brass components co-exist (predicted by neither the Taylor nor the Sachs models). Modeling the rate of hardening on individual slip planes and latent hardening introduces additional shear strains and increases the volume fraction of the brass component, showing how the brass texture may develop in metals of high sfe, in the absence of twinning and shear banding as suggested by Leffers and Pedersen and by Engler.


    Author Information:

    Young, MJ
    Monash University, Clayton, Victoria

    Pty. Ltd., 226 Lorimer StreetPort Melbourne, Victoria

    Choi, SK
    Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Clayton, Victoria

    Thomson, PF
    Monash University, Clayton, Victoria


    Stock #: JAI100297

    ISSN: 1546-962X

    DOI: 10.1520/JAI100297

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    Title The Effect of Latent Hardening on the Texture of 3004 Aluminum Deformed in Plane Strain, Predicted by an Explicit Dynamic Finite Element Analysis
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    Committee D30