Microstructural inhomogeneities in polycrystalline copper was intentionally varied by the deformation at the liquid nitrogen temperature and the rolling without lubrication. The effect of different rolling conditions on the evolution of microstructure and texture during rolling and subsequent recrystallization was studied by means of X-ray texture measurement and microstructural observations. Applying cold rolling at a low temperature led to the formation of deformation twins in grains at the Cu-orientation, and shear bands developed when cold rolling was performed without lubrication. The evolution of the normal rolling texture was suppressed by deformation twinning. Shear bands in deformed structure resulted in a very weak cube-recrystallization texture.
|Number of pages
|Metals and Materials International
|Published - 1998
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
A part of this work was supported by the Korean Ministry of Education through the Advanced Materials Research Program in 1997.
- Deformation twins
- Microstructural inhomogeneities
- Shear bands
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Mechanics of Materials
- Metals and Alloys
- Materials Chemistry