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Simultaneous Improvement in the Strength and Formability of Commercially Pure Titanium via Twinning-induced Crystallographic Texture Control

Title
Simultaneous Improvement in the Strength and Formability of Commercially Pure Titanium via Twinning-induced Crystallographic Texture Control
Authors
Won, J.W.Park, C.H.Hong, J.Lee, C.S.Hong, S.-G.
Date Issued
Feb-2019
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group
Abstract
The rolling texture formed in the conventional cold rolling process of commercially pure titanium (CP-Ti) for producing a metal sheet significantly limits the potential applications of CP-Ti sheets in various industrial sectors by impairing the formability. Here, we report that by exploiting a twinning-induced crystallographic texture modification, the rolling texture can be weakened and dispersed effectively, leading to a simultaneous improvement in the formability and yield strength. A two-stage cold rolling process was designed with intermediate annealing at a late stage of the conventional cold rolling process to generate deformation twins. The intermediate annealing drove the activation of {11 (2) over bar2} twin and {11 (2) over bar2}-{10 (1) over bar2} double twin in the second stage of the rolling process by removing the internal reaction stress developed in the first stage of the rolling process through recrystallization, and the crystallographic feature of the {1122} twinned region, i.e., {11 (2) over bar2} twin texture, was effective for <a> type slips and {10 (1) over bar2} twinning to accommodate a through-thickness strain as well as for reducing the planar anisotropy. This enhanced thinning capability and reduced planar anisotropy in the {11 (2) over bar2} twin texture led to an improvement of the formability. We demonstrated the feasibility of the suggested two-stage cold rolling process with ASTM grade 2 CP-Ti.
URI
http://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/95295
ISSN
2045-2322
Article Type
Article
Citation
Scientific Reports, vol. 9, page. 2009, 2019-02
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