Distribution of texture across the thickness of rolled sheet of VT19 alloy
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In 10-mm-thick rolled sheets of VT19 alloy at a distance of 0.5 mm from the surface the maximum in (110) shear texture and the minimum in (100)+(112)+(111) deformation texture are observed.
While not significantly changing the character of distribution of the texture across the sheet thickness, annealing of rolled sheet at 880°C does cause a significant increase in the volume of material without clear crystallographic orientations (texture-free fraction) and promotes the formation of a weakly expressed recrystallization texture.
KeywordsRecrystallization Crystallographic Orientation Sheet Thickness Rolled Sheet Recrystallization Texture
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