Filters








1 Hit in 1.0 sec

A Consideration on the Development of Rolling Textures in α-Iron

Taichi Kamijo
1969 Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals  
Slip rotations toward the stable end positions are theoretically studied on the standard stereographic projection, assuming that slip systems of the type {011}<111>, {112}<111> and {123}<111> operate together. Materials initially oriented so that the direction <112> may lie between the rolling direction and the operative slip direction, will take up primarily the {111}<112> orientation. Then, if conjugate-slip on systems of the type {011}<111> occurs extensively, the {111}<112> texture
more » ... 2> texture component will gradually be displaced toward the most stable end orientation {112}<110>. In case that the direction <110> is situated between the rolling direction and the operative slip direction, the rolling plane normal approaches the great circle {001}-{112}-{111}, while the rolling direction is displaced to <110>. Then doubleslip on systems of the type {011}<111> and {112}<111> begins operating, and the two stable end-orientations {112}<110> and {001}<110> will be developed. (
doi:10.2320/matertrans1960.10.242 fatcat:3ox57ajvufb5pddy5g4pdzh52u