Effect of the loading mode on the evolution of the deformation mechanisms in randomly textured magnesium polycrystals – Comparison of experimental and modeling results. Máthis, K.; Csiszár, G.; Čapek, J.; Gubicza, J.; Clausen, B.; Lukáš, P.; Vinogradov, A.; and Agnew, S. R. International Journal of Plasticity, 72:127–150, September, 2015.
Effect of the loading mode on the evolution of the deformation mechanisms in randomly textured magnesium polycrystals – Comparison of experimental and modeling results [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
A detailed analysis of the loading mode dependence of the deformation mechanisms in randomly textured cast magnesium is presented. An elasto-plastic self-consistent model (EPSC) is used to model the dislocation slip and twinning activity, respectively. The results are quantitatively compared with experimental data obtained by in-situ neutron diffraction (ND) and acoustic emission (AE). Both EPSC calculations and ND line profile analysis show an increased activity of prismatic slip with increasing strain and a loading mode dependence of the activation of the second-order pyramidal slip. The AE measurements and the modeling indicate a difference in the number of nucleated twin variants and the twinned volume in tension and compression.
@article{mathis_effect_2015,
	title = {Effect of the loading mode on the evolution of the deformation mechanisms in randomly textured magnesium polycrystals – {Comparison} of experimental and modeling results},
	volume = {72},
	issn = {0749-6419},
	url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749641915000790},
	doi = {10.1016/j.ijplas.2015.05.009},
	abstract = {A detailed analysis of the loading mode dependence of the deformation mechanisms in randomly textured cast magnesium is presented. An elasto-plastic self-consistent model (EPSC) is used to model the dislocation slip and twinning activity, respectively. The results are quantitatively compared with experimental data obtained by in-situ neutron diffraction (ND) and acoustic emission (AE). Both EPSC calculations and ND line profile analysis show an increased activity of prismatic slip with increasing strain and a loading mode dependence of the activation of the second-order pyramidal slip. The AE measurements and the modeling indicate a difference in the number of nucleated twin variants and the twinned volume in tension and compression.},
	urldate = {2016-02-26},
	journal = {International Journal of Plasticity},
	author = {Máthis, K. and Csiszár, G. and Čapek, J. and Gubicza, J. and Clausen, B. and Lukáš, P. and Vinogradov, A. and Agnew, S. R.},
	month = sep,
	year = {2015},
	keywords = {A. Twinning, B. Crystal plasticity, B. Polycrystalline material, C. Nondestructive evaluation},
	pages = {127--150},
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