Effect of Plastic Incompatibility on the Strain Hardening Behavior of Al-TiN Nanolayered Composites
The strain hardening behavior of Al-TiN nanolayered composites induced by plastic incompatibility was studied by 3-D discrete dislocation dynamics (DDD) simulations. Our simulations results indicate the strain hardening rate solely induced by the plastic incompatibility is independent of layer thickness and dislocation density at a constant layer thickness ratio, while the yield stress exhibits a strong size effect. Furthermore, the strain hardening rate increases with decreasing Al/TiN layer thickness ratio and our predicted results match well with prior experiment data.
S. Huang et al., "Effect of Plastic Incompatibility on the Strain Hardening Behavior of Al-TiN Nanolayered Composites," Materials Science and Engineering: A, vol. 636, pp. 430-433, Elsevier Ltd, Jun 2015.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msea.2015.04.013
Materials Science and Engineering
Center for High Performance Computing Research
Keywords and Phrases
Hardening; Strain Hardening; Strain Rate; Titanium Compounds; Titanium Nitride; Yield Stress; Discrete Dislocation Dynamics; Dislocation Densities; Experiment Data; Layer Thickness; Layer Thickness Ratio; Size Effects; Strain Hardening Behavior; Strain Hardening Rate; Aluminum
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01 Jun 2015