Reversed compressive yield anisotropy in magnesium with microlaminated structure. Wang, X., Jiang, L., Zhang, D., Beyerlein, I. J., Mahajan, S., Rupert, T. J., Lavernia, E. J., & Schoenung, J. M. Acta Materialia, 146:12–24, March, 2018.
Reversed compressive yield anisotropy in magnesium with microlaminated structure [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
To investigate the effect of grain morphology on the mechanical properties of polycrystalline Mg, two types of bulk Mg samples with equiaxed and microlaminated grain structures were fabricated by spark plasma sintering (SPS) of as-received Mg powder and cryomilled disc-shaped Mg powder particles, respectively. Based on a detailed microstructural investigation, the mechanisms by which microstructure evolves and texture development occurs were identified and are discussed. The basal fiber textures in the SPS consolidated samples allow the plastic anisotropy in such textured Mg to be investigated. Compression tests at room temperature parallel and perpendicular to the SPS compaction axis determined that, in comparison to the conventional anisotropy observed in the equiaxed sample, the anisotropy of yield strength is reversed in the microlaminated sample, with the yield strength for c-axis extension being higher than that for c-axis contraction. The reversed compressive yield strength anisotropy observed in the sample that was cryomilled is related to the low twinning activity, limited twinning growth and the anisotropy induced by the microlaminated grain structure, which offers an opportunity to reduce or even reverse the intrinsic plastic anisotropy of hexagonal close packed Mg.
@article{wang_reversed_2018,
	title = {Reversed compressive yield anisotropy in magnesium with microlaminated structure},
	volume = {146},
	issn = {1359-6454},
	url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1359645417310303},
	doi = {10.1016/j.actamat.2017.12.025},
	abstract = {To investigate the effect of grain morphology on the mechanical properties of polycrystalline Mg, two types of bulk Mg samples with equiaxed and microlaminated grain structures were fabricated by spark plasma sintering (SPS) of as-received Mg powder and cryomilled disc-shaped Mg powder particles, respectively. Based on a detailed microstructural investigation, the mechanisms by which microstructure evolves and texture development occurs were identified and are discussed. The basal fiber textures in the SPS consolidated samples allow the plastic anisotropy in such textured Mg to be investigated. Compression tests at room temperature parallel and perpendicular to the SPS compaction axis determined that, in comparison to the conventional anisotropy observed in the equiaxed sample, the anisotropy of yield strength is reversed in the microlaminated sample, with the yield strength for c-axis extension being higher than that for c-axis contraction. The reversed compressive yield strength anisotropy observed in the sample that was cryomilled is related to the low twinning activity, limited twinning growth and the anisotropy induced by the microlaminated grain structure, which offers an opportunity to reduce or even reverse the intrinsic plastic anisotropy of hexagonal close packed Mg.},
	urldate = {2018-01-08},
	journal = {Acta Materialia},
	author = {Wang, Xin and Jiang, Lin and Zhang, Dalong and Beyerlein, Irene J. and Mahajan, Subhash and Rupert, Timothy J. and Lavernia, Enrique J. and Schoenung, Julie M.},
	month = mar,
	year = {2018},
	keywords = {Dislocations, Magnesium, Microlaminated structure, Published, Reviewed, Twinning, Yield anisotropy},
	pages = {12--24},
}

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