An Investigation on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of a Copper Strip Subjected to Different Routes of Accumulative Roll Bonding Process View Full Text


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2022-07-26

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Hossein Taheri Barayjani, Mohammad Reza Toroghinejad, Ahmad Rezaeian, Ali Shabani, Philippe Bocher

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In the present study, the effect of different accumulative roll bonding (ARB) process routes was investigated on microstructure and mechanical properties for commercially pure copper strips. Scanning electron microscope equipped with EBSD detector, optical microscope, tensile and hardness tests were used. Copper strips were ARBed up to 8 cycles both in route A (conventional ARB) and also in route BC (rotated 90° anti-clockwise before each cycle). Higher bonding quality was achieved when strips ARBed in route BC. However, tensile strength increased in both routes by proceeding ARB process. The orientation maps of specimens subjected to route A showed bimodal grain size, whereas the ones ARBed in route BC, a relatively equiaxed grain, were obtained. Rotation of specimens between different cycles (i.e., route Bc) resulted in lower strength as a result of lower dislocation density as well as lower accumulative strain hardening. Fractography results showed that by increasing the number of ARB cycles, the failure mode in the specimens changed from a ductile fracture to a shear–ductile fracture with shear dimples. More... »

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