Non-destructive and three-dimensional measurement of local strain development during tensile deformation in an aluminium alloy

M. Kobayashi, H. Miura, H. Toda

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Anisotropy of mechanical responses depending on crystallographic orientation causes inhomogeneous deformation on the mesoscopic scale (grain size scale). Investigation of the local plastic strain development is important for discussing recrystallization mechanisms, because the sites with higher local plastic strain may act as potential nucleation sites for recrystallization. Recently, high-resolution X-ray tomography, which is non-destructive inspection method, has been utilized for observation of the materials structure. In synchrotron radiation X-ray tomography, more than 10,000 microstructural features, like precipitates, dispersions, compounds and hydrogen pores, can be observed in aluminium alloys. We have proposed employing these microstructural features as marker gauges to measure local strains, and then have developed a method to calculate the three-dimensional strain distribution by tracking the microstructural features. In this study, we report the development of local plastic strain as a function of the grain microstructure in an aluminium alloy by means of this three-dimensional strain measurement technique. Strongly heterogeneous strain development was observed during tensile loading to 30%. In other words, some parts of the sample deform little whereas another deforms a lot. However, strain in the whole specimen was keeping harmony. Comparing the microstructure with the strain concentration that is obtained by this method has a potential to reveal potential nucleation sites of recrystallization.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012030
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume89
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 7 2015
Event36th Riso International Symposium on Materials Science - Riso, Denmark
Duration: Sep 7 2015Sep 11 2015

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Aluminum alloys
Plastic deformation
Tomography
Nucleation
X rays
Microstructure
Strain measurement
Synchrotron radiation
Dispersions
Gages
Precipitates
Hydrogen
Anisotropy
Inspection

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  • Engineering(all)

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Non-destructive and three-dimensional measurement of local strain development during tensile deformation in an aluminium alloy. / Kobayashi, M.; Miura, H.; Toda, H.

In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 89, No. 1, 012030, 07.08.2015.

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