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Texture selection mechanisms in uniaxially extruded magnesium alloys

Deakin University
Professor Matthew Barnett (Associated with)
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©2009, Deakin University

Data is open to all for private study and fair use only. All enquiries regarding access to the data should be addressed via email to Andrew Sullivan.

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Institute for Technology Research and Innovation, Deakin University, 75 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds, Victoria 3216 Australia

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30MB, 21 binary files

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Extrusion textures in magnesium alloys are of high interest due to their influence on yield asymmetry. This data supports work describing three mechanisms of texture selection that may play a role during extrusion. These mechanisms involve localized differences in deformation at the grain level, the change in local environment experienced by grain boundary bulges and shear banding. The work employs visco-plastic crystal plasticity and electron backscattering diffraction.

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Data is newly created data, which is automatically generated by an electron backscattered diffraction system attached to a field emission scanning electron microscope.

Data time period: 2009 to 2009