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Microstructure evolution in aluminium 6060 during incremental ECAP

Lipińska, M. and Olejnik, L. and Chromiński1, W. and Rosochowski, A. and Goliński, J. and Lewandowska, M. (2015) Microstructure evolution in aluminium 6060 during incremental ECAP. In: Euromat 2015, 2015-09-20 - 2015-09-24, Warsaw University of Technology.

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Abstract

An AA6060 Al-Mg-Si alloy was used to investigate the microstructure evolution on X, Y and Z planes after processing by Incremental Equal Channel Angular Pressing (IECAP) at room temperature after 1 and 4 passes. The basic microstructural parameters (mean grain size, grain boundary statistics) were evaluated.