annealing twin

annealing twin

[ə′nēl·iŋ ‚twin]
(metallurgy)
A twinned crystal that is formed as molten metal is cooled and solidified.
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Du, "Large recovery strain in Fe-Mn-Si-based shape memory steels obtained by engineering annealing twin boundaries," Nature Communications, vol.
Observation of high frequency of twins is fully consistent with the investigation of the role of shear stress in formation of annealing twin boundaries in copper (Field et al., 2006).
The role of shear stress in the formation of annealing twin boundaries in copper.
Furthermore, cubic-Co easily forms an annealing twin in the cooling processes [7, 8], which has coincidence site lattice (CSL) to effectively block cracks and improve the ductility of the material [9, 10].
Penelle, "Annealing twin formation and recrystallization study of cold-drawn copper wires from EBSD measurements," Materials Characterization, vol.
Imam, "Effect of annealing twins on Hall-Petch relation in polycrystalline materials," Materials Science and Engineering: A, vol.
Fig31 [19] shows the original annealing twins in annealed 70:30 brass.