Revealing the Role of Combined Loading on the Tension–Compression Asymmetry in a Textured AZ31 Magnesium Alloy
In wrought Mg alloys, such as AZ31 alloy, a strong basal texture is developed during the rolling process, which leads to a high tension–compression anisotropic behavior at room temperature and irrespective of deformation rate. This classic anisotropy mainly arises due to activation of different deformation modes such as slip versus twin.
KeywordsCombined loading Strain rate Anisotropy
The authors would like to thank the National Science Foundation (grant number 1463656 and Grant number 1463679) for their financial assistance.
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