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Title

Origin of the reversed yield asymmetry in Mg-rare earth alloys at high temperature

AuthorsHidalgo-Manrique, P.; Herrera-Solaz, V.; Segurado, Javier ; Llorca-Martínez, F. Javier ; Gálvez, Francisco Rafael ; Ruano, Oscar Antonio; Yi, S. B.; Pérez Prado, María Teresa
KeywordsFinite element simulation
Non-Schmid
Portevin–Le Chatelier
Reversed yield stress asymmetry
Magnesium alloys
Issue Date2015
PublisherElsevier
CitationActa Materialia 92: 265-277 (2015)
Abstract© 2015 Acta Materialia Inc. The mechanical behaviour in tension and compression of an extruded Mg-1 wt.% Mn-1 wt.% Nd (MN11) alloy was studied along the extrusion direction in the temperature range -175 °C to 300 °C at both quasi-static and dynamic strain rates. Microstructural analysis revealed that the as-extruded bar presents a recrystallized microstructure and a weak texture that remain stable in the whole temperature range. A remarkable reversed yield stress asymmetry was observed above 150 °C, with the compressive yield stress being significantly higher than the tensile yield stress. The origin of this anomalous reversed yield stress asymmetry, which to date remains unknown, was investigated through the analysis of the macro and microtexture development during deformation, as well as by means of crystal plasticity finite element simulations of a representative volume element of the polycrystal. The critical resolved shear stresses of slip and twining for simulated single crystals were obtained as a function of the temperature by means of an inverse optimisation strategy. Experimental and simulation results suggest that the reversed yield asymmetry may be primarily attributed to the non-Schmid behaviour of pyramidal 〈c + 〉 slip, which is the dominant deformation mechanism at high temperatures. It is proposed, furthermore, that the asymmetry is enhanced at quasi-static strain rates by the stronger interaction of 〈c + a〉 dislocations with the diffusing solute atoms and particles in compression than in tension.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/129694
DOI10.1016/j.actamat.2015.03.053
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.actamat.2015.03.053
issn: 1359-6454
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