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|Title: ||Comparison of strain/stress behaviour of a duplex stainless steel between mesoscopic and macroscopic scales by neutron measurements extended to the necking range|
|Authors: ||François, M|
Le Joncour, L
|Keywords: ||STAINLESS STEELS|
|Issue Date: ||1-Mar-2013|
|Publisher: ||Elesevier Science|
|Citation: ||François, M., Panicaud, B., Le Joncour, L., Baczmański, A., Paradowska, A., Wroński, S., & Gadalińska, E. (2013). Comparison of strain/stress behaviour of a duplex stainless steel between mesoscopic and macroscopic scales by neutron measurements extended to the necking range. Thin Solid Films, 530, 62-65.|
|Abstract: ||The mechanical behaviour of a duplex stainless steel is investigated through mesoscopic measurements by diffraction method. Especially, the lattice strains for large tensile macro-deformation, up to the fracture of the sample, were measured using Time-Of-Flight neutron diffraction method. A former study has been extended to the necking range, using special correction for macro-stress values. It has been found that during large plastic deformation the lattice stresses increase almost linearly with the macro-stress value. The experimental results enable also to verify the stress concentration tensor predicted by self-consistent model. For those large deformations, mechanical effects of ductile damage have been observed. © 2013, Elsevier Ltd.|
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