Revealing Grain Boundary Sliding from Textures of a Deformed Nanocrystalline Pd-Au Alloy.

Author(s) Toth, L.S.; Skrotzki, W.; Zhao, Y.; Pukenas, A.; Braun, C.; Birringer, R.
Journal Materials (Basel)
Date Published 2018 Jan 25
Abstract

Employing a recent modeling scheme for grain boundary sliding [Zhao et al. Adv. Eng. Mater.2017, doi:10.1002/adem.201700212], crystallographic textures were simulated for nanocrystalline fcc metals deformed in shear compression. It is shown that, as grain boundary sliding increases, the texture strength decreases while the signature of the texture type remains the same. Grain boundary sliding affects the texture components differently with respect to intensity and angular position. A comparison of a simulation and an experiment on a Pd-10 atom % Au alloy with a 15 nm grain size reveals that, at room temperature, the predominant deformation mode is grain boundary sliding contributing to strain by about 60%.

DOI 10.3390/ma11020190
ISSN 1996-1944
Citation Toth LS, Skrotzki W, Zhao Y, Pukenas A, Braun C, Birringer R. Revealing Grain Boundary Sliding from Textures of a Deformed Nanocrystalline Pd-Au Alloy. Materials (Basel). 2018;11(2).

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