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Title Evaluating the mechanical behaviour of 316 stainless steel at the microscale using finite element modelling and in-situ neutron scattering
Abstract In this study, the deformation behavior of an austenitic stainless steel is investigated at the microscale by means of insitu neutron diffraction (ND) measurements in conjunction with finite-element (FE) simulations. Results are presented in terms of (elastic) lattice strains for selected grain (crystallite) families. The FE model is based on a crystallographic (slip system based) representation of the deformation at the microscale. The present study indicates that combined in-situ ND measurement and micromechanical modelling provides an enhanced understanding of the mechanical response at the microscale in engineering steels.
Organisation ISIS , ISIS-ENGIN-X , STFC
Keywords Engineering
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In 2010 ASME PVP/K-PVP Conference, 18-20 Jul 2010, .