|About this Abstract
||2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials
||K-97: In-situ Annealing and Orientation Mapping Studies of Deformed Multiphase Materials
||Magdalena Bieda-Niemiec, Anna Jarzebska, Marek Faryna, Krzysztof Sztwiertnia
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Mechanisms of recrystallization and grain growth of multiphases materials are of especially importance because straightforward industrial applications. There is still lack of comprehensive experimental proofs for all phenomena connected with second phase particles observed in those materials. In presented work Aluminum 6013 with bimodal distribution of second phase precipitation and low alloyed zinc with intermetallic phase were investigated. Annealing behavior of previously deformed materials was observed using Gatan Murano 525 heating stage. EBSD maps were acquired during heating inside SEM chamber in the temperature corresponded to calorimetric studies. Dependencies between size and coherency of particles were characterized. The methodology for proper experiment performance and data analyses were developed which could serve for further investigations. The good agreement with in-situ, ex-situ and calorimetric studies was observed. Changes in the microstructure of the investigated material during annealing reveal the role and impact of all types of particles on recrystallization and grain growth.