Calculation of plastic strain ratio from the texture of cubic metal sheet
A simple method is presented for calculating the plastic strain ratio from crystallographic texture based on ideal sheet textures. The R values for several f c c and b c c metals were calculated as a function of angle to the rolling direction using this method. The agreement between calculated and measured R values was satisfactory.
KeywordsSlip System Steel Sheet Pole Figure Thickness Direction Texture Component
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