Using severe plastic deformation for the processing of structural metals

Minoru Furukawa, Zenji Horita, Terence G. Langdon

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Abstract

The grain sizes of structural metals may be substantially refined, typically to the submicrometer to nanometer range, by imposing severe plastic deformation in processes such as High-Pressure Torsion (HPT) and Equal-Channel Angular Pressing (ECAP). This paper describes the principle of ECAP and illustrates the application of this procedure to representative materials. Several factor influence the microstructures attained in ECAP including (i) the processing route incorporating the rotation of samples between consecutive pressings, (ii) the channel angle contained with the ECAI die, (iii) the speed of pressing and (iv) the temperature at which the pressing is conducted. These various factors are discussed and illustrated with experimental examples.

Original languageEnglish
Pages267-276
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2001
EventProceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II - Indianapolis, IN, United States
Duration: Nov 4 2001Nov 8 2001

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OtherProceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II
CountryUnited States
CityIndianapolis, IN
Period11/4/0111/8/01

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Structural metals
Equal channel angular pressing
Plastic deformation
Processing
Torsional stress
Microstructure
Temperature

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  • Engineering(all)

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Furukawa, M., Horita, Z., & Langdon, T. G. (2001). Using severe plastic deformation for the processing of structural metals. 267-276. Paper presented at Proceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II, Indianapolis, IN, United States.

Using severe plastic deformation for the processing of structural metals. / Furukawa, Minoru; Horita, Zenji; Langdon, Terence G.

2001. 267-276 Paper presented at Proceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II, Indianapolis, IN, United States.

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Furukawa, M, Horita, Z & Langdon, TG 2001, 'Using severe plastic deformation for the processing of structural metals', Paper presented at Proceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II, Indianapolis, IN, United States, 11/4/01 - 11/8/01 pp. 267-276.
Furukawa M, Horita Z, Langdon TG. Using severe plastic deformation for the processing of structural metals. 2001. Paper presented at Proceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II, Indianapolis, IN, United States.
Furukawa, Minoru ; Horita, Zenji ; Langdon, Terence G. / Using severe plastic deformation for the processing of structural metals. Paper presented at Proceedings of a symposium on Modelling the Performance of Engineering Structural Materials II, Indianapolis, IN, United States.10 p.
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