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Author Processing, Torsion
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword 2008-10-24 Accepted Prihva Eno ♦ Shear Force ♦ Plasticity Limit ♦ High Pressure Torsion ♦ Repetitive Deformation ♦ Software Model ♦ Dislo-cation Structure ♦ Cyclic Plastic Deformation ♦ Anvil Rotates ♦ Total Amount ♦ Plant Processing ♦ Grain Size ♦ Various Fac-tors ♦ Severe Plastic Deformation Process ♦ Software Simulation ♦ Htp Process ♦ Individual Deformation Cycle ♦ Plastic Deformation ♦ Actual Application ♦ Me-chanical Property
Abstract Cyclic plastic deformation introduced by forging with a rotating lower anvil leads to materials with grain size between 20 and 200 nm, depending on various fac-tors. This severe plastic deformation process known as High Pressure Torsion (HPT) can be used for forming nanopowders in order to refine their microstructure. Me-chanical properties of such products are given by the amount of plastic deformation, i.e. by the total amount of strain 1. Understanding this relationship and the im-pact of repetitive deformation is crucial. It is not only the individual deformation cycles but the plasticity limit as well that play a role in this process. Software simulation is used for modelling laboratory or plant processing prior to its actual application. Figure 1 outlines the prin-ciples of the HTP process. The workpiece is held and compressed between the upper and lower anvils. The lower anvil rotates, thereby exerting shear forces through friction between its surface and the material. Development of the software model was based on dislo-cation structures.
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