Recovery of strain-hardening rate in Ni-Si alloys
Yang, C. L.; Zhang, Z. J.; Cai, T.; Zhang, P.; Zhang, Z. F.;;
AbstractIn this study, the recovery of strain-hardening rate (RSHR) was discovered for the first time in polycrystalline materials (Ni-Si alloys) that have only dislocation activities during tensile test. Detailed microstructure characterizations show that the activation of dislocations in the secondary slip systems during tensile deformation is the major reason for this RSHR. By taking into account other metals that also exhibit RSHR during tension, a more general mechanism for the RSHR was proposed, i.e. the occurrence of a sharp decrease of dislocation mean free path (Lambda) during plastic deformation, caused by either planar defects or linear defects.
description.department[yang, c. l. ; zhang, z. j. ; cai, t. ; zhang, p. ; zhang, z. f.] chinese acad sci, inst met res, shenyang natl lab mat sci, shenyang 110016, peoples r china
Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) [51101162, 51201165, 51331007]
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Yang, C. L.,Zhang, Z. J.,Cai, T.,et al. Recovery of strain-hardening rate in Ni-Si alloys[J]. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,2015,5:-.
APA Yang, C. L..,Zhang, Z. J..,Cai, T..,Zhang, P..,Zhang, Z. F..,...& of strain-hardening rate in Ni-Si alloys.SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,5,-.
MLA Yang, C. L.,et al."Recovery of strain-hardening rate in Ni-Si alloys".SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 5(2015):-.
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