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Designed as an atlas, Microstructure of Metals and Alloys contains a set of conscientiously chosen unique transmission electron microscope (TEM) micrographs taken by means of the authors. those pictures reveal general crystal lattice defects, parts of the microstructure of metals and alloys, and the elemental procedures happening to the crystal constitution in the course of plastic deformation, polygonization, recrystallization, and fast solidification.
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The grains can also nucleate at grain boundaries, large subgrains, deformation bands, or at particles of second phase, which have precipitated before or during the heating (particle-stimulated nucleation). 59 © 2008 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 60 Microstructure of Metals and Alloys Since the recovery and recrystallization are driven by the reduction in the stored deformation energy, a relationship exists between both processes. Enhanced recovery may slow down the recrystallization by lowering the stored energy.
This process should not be confused with secondary recrystallization or abnormal grain growth, also known as coarsening, which leads to discontinuous growth of separate very large grains into the rest of the structure. Hot deformation promotes recovery processes because they rely on thermally activated mechanisms. Two processes of “self-annealing” (metal softening) that can occur during deformation at elevated temperatures are dynamic recovery or dynamic polygonization (most distinctly seen in high-SFE alloys) and dynamic recrystallization.
21 The planar dislocation distribution in low-SFE alloys remains unchanged up to a reduction of several tens of percents. With the increase of deformation, the newly introduced dislocations not only join the existing rows but also form new planar rows. Austenitic nitrogen steel Fe-18Cr-14Mn-0,6N after 20% cold deformation. The number of dislocations in the shown planar rows is so high that it is difficult to resolve the individual dislocations. 22 Severe cold deformation brings the partial dislocations closer together and forces them to move on all close-packed planes.