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Effect of residual stress on recrystallization behavior of mechanically alloyed steels

AuthorsToda, Isaac; Chao, Jesús; Lindgren, L. E.; Capdevila, Carlos
KeywordsFinite element analysis
Mechanical alloying
Oxide dispersion strengthened alloy
Residual stresses
Issue DateJan-2010
CitationScripta Materialia 62 (1) : 41-44 2010
AbstractThis paper presents a finite element modeling analysis of deformation on iron-base mechanically alloyed oxide dispersion strengthened alloy by spherical indentations (Brinell test). Results of the model are used to interpret the role of residual shear stresses on the development of recrystallized grain structure and the temperature at which recrystallization occurs.
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