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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Advanced Characterization Techniques for Quantifying and Modeling Deformation Mechanisms
||Microstructural Characterization of Inconel 600 Tubes after Tensile Tests at Various Temperatures and Strain Rates
||CÚcile Davoine, Vincent Marcadon, David Leveque, Fabienne Popoff, Nicolas Horezan, Denis Boivin, Gerald Portemont
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As a first step of studying the mechanical behaviour of cellular material made with tubes assembled by brazing, this work aims at characterizing the elasto-(visco)plastic behavior of Inconel 600 tubes subjected to different annealing pre-treatments representative of brazing process. Tensile tests highlighted rate sensitivity at room temperature and at 800░C that can be attributed to microstructural evolutions occurring both during annealing and during the test at 800░C. Electron BackScattered Diffraction (EBSD) analysis was carried out on post-mortem samples, leading to Kernel Average Misorientation (KAM) and Grain Orientation Spread (GOS) analyses. They highlighted dynamic recrystallization and recovery that occured during tensile test performed at 800░C, whereas a high-strained area is observed near nitrides precipitates for the annealed tubes loaded at room temperature.
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