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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials
||Study of Texture Evolution in Copper Tubes Due to the Tilting of the Die during Drawing
||Farzad Foadian, Mohammad Masafi, Adele Carradó, Heinz-Günter Brokmeier, Heinz Palkowski
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In this work, based on the results of the previous work – variation of the eccentricity and residual stresses measured by neutron diffraction method – a tube, which was drawn with a die with 5° of tilting, was chosen to study the local evolution of the texture. The texture gradient of the as-received tubes as well as the ones of the drawn tubes was studied using synchrotron diffraction method at HEMS@Petra III in Hamburg/Germany. In order to understand the deformation process during drawing, the deformation zone was investigated as well. For this reason, the drawing process was interrupted. Understanding the texture behavior during the drawing process with tilted die helps to be able to describe the flow behavior and gives a better understanding of the effect of this asymmetrical behavior on the other mechanical and physical properties.
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