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Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging characterization and crystal plasticity modelling of dislocation activity in Ti21S BCC material

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In this paper, an original approach is proposed to compare modeling and relevant statistical experiments using-Ti21S Body Centered Cubic (BCC) metal as a challenging benchmark. Our procedure allows the evolution of microstructural defects to be tracked in situ with excellent spatial resolution, while observing a bulk sample region sufficiently large to be statistically representative of the material. We identify multiple mechanisms such as slip transfer, slip traces, pencil glide, etc. We demonstrate that for small plastic strains (< 0.25 %) under uniaxial tensile loading, the Schmid law is satisfied statistically. Under these circumstances, changes in Critical Resolved Shear Stress (CRSS) are minimal and accommodation of incompatible deformation between grains has not yet become important. The majority of the observed slip plane traces at the mesoscale corresponds to the {123} family. Fully automated while precise, the reported approach compares this data with four crystal plasticity models, and provides a methodology for similar analyses in other materials.
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hal-03094460 , version 1 (09-01-2021)

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Meriem Ben Haj Slama, Vincent Taupin, Nabila Maloufi, Kaustubh Venkatraman, Anthony Rollett, et al.. Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging characterization and crystal plasticity modelling of dislocation activity in Ti21S BCC material. Materialia, 2021, 15, pp.100996. ⟨10.1016/j.mtla.2020.100996⟩. ⟨hal-03094460⟩
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