|About this Abstract
||2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials 2021
||Utilizing Advanced Manufacturing Techniques for Accumulative Roll Bonding Parameter Development
||Daniel R. Coughlin, Cody Miller, Thomas J. Nizolek, Rodney J. McCabe, John S. Carpenter
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
||Daniel R. Coughlin
Improved understanding of the relationships between process, structure, and properties is required in order to increase the potential of industrial adoption of accumulative roll bonding. Earlier research has clearly shown that the technique can create high strength and ductile metal composites. Through the use of in situ process monitoring and advanced characterization techniques we are able to gain insight into how the material/microstructure is evolving. Collected data is then used to analyze the stress, strain, strain-rate, and temperature throughout processing and then related back to the microstructure, which is analyzed post processing. This enables us to create processing-microstructure-property relationships that are used to calibrate finite element models and, ultimately, used to develop ARB processing parameters for various materials.