결정 소성학과 강소성 유한요소해석을 연계한 ECAE 공정에서의 변형 집합 조직 발달에 대한 연구Prediction of Texture Evolution in Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAE) Using Rate-Independent Crystal Plasticity with Rigid-Plastic Finite Element Method
Recently, the change of mechanical properties and microstructural evolution during severe plastic deformation (SPD), such as Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAE), has been the subject of intensive investigation because of the unique physical and mechanical properties of severely deformed materials. In this study, two types of ECAE processes were considered, dies with intersection angles of 90 and 120, using experiments and simulations. The decoupled method, in which the rigid-plastic finite element method is incorporated with the rate-independent crystal plasticity model, was applied to predict the texture evolution in commercially pure aluminum during the ECAE processes with 120 and 90 dies. The simulated textures were compared with a measured texture via an EBSD OIM analysis. The comparison showed that the simulated textures generally were in good agreement with the experimentally measured texture.