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Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals, Vol. 12 No. 3 (1971) pp.166-169
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Effect of Cube Plane Slip on the Development of Rolling Texture in FCC Metals

Kazuyoshi Sekine*

Slip rotation during rolling due to slip on systems of the type {001}<110> has been discussed on the standard (001) stereographic projection by the analysis based on the biaxial stress system. The crystal of (112) [111] orientation in the intermediate rolling texture tends to rotate toward (011) [211] by the operation of cross slip on cube planes. The direction of this orientation change is similar to that for the rotation by normal slip on two {111}<110> systems with the highest resolved shear stress. Therefore, the (011) [211] type rolling texture will be developed under the condition that a large amount of cube-plane slip occurs at a high degree of deformation.
The formation of {011}<211> type rolling texture in Al-3.5 wt% Al2O3 alloy (SAP) can be explained by the proposed theory.

(Received November 2, 1970)

* Department of Safety Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan.

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