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Simulation of hardening in high purity niobium single crystals during deformation

Siddiq, Amir and Schmauder, Siegfried (2005) Simulation of hardening in high purity niobium single crystals during deformation. Steel Grips: Journal of Steel and Related Materials, 3 (4). pp. 281-286. ISSN 1866-8453

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Abstract

In the present work, the deformation behaviour of a niobium single crystal has been simulated using crystal plasticity theory. Unlike face-centered-cubic crystal, body·centered-cubic crystal has three families of slip systems (110)[111], (112)[111] and (123)[111] with a total of 48 slip systems. Therefore interdependency off the crystal parameters of each family of slip system plays an important role.