• Effect of texture and grain size on the mechanical properties of warm-worked cadmium, zinc and zinc-0·35% aluminium alloy

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      Grain size; texture; warm working; yield stress; fracture

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      Changes in the grain size and crystallographic texture during warm working and their influence on the room temperature mechanical properties are investigated on Cd, Zn and a Zn-Al alloy. The yield strength increase in the early stages of working in extruded cadmium is accounted for based on the development of a basal texture while in rolled zinc and zinc alloy, the properties are affected more by the grain size. Cadmium exhibits ductile fracture at all extrusion ratios whereas the fracture mode in zinc and the alloy changes from cleavage at small rolling strains to ductile at higher deformation strains.

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      K Ratnaji Rao1 S Ranganathan1 D H Sastry1

      1. Department of Metallurgy, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore - 560 012, India
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  • Bulletin of Materials Science | News

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