crystallographic texture

crystallographic texture

[¦kris·tə·lō¦graf·ik ′teks·chər]
(mineralogy)
A texture of replacement or exsolution mineral deposits, with the distribution and form of the inclusions controlled by the host-mineral crystallography.
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Kumar, "Evolution of crystallographic texture during equal channel angular extrusion (ECAE) and its effects on secondary processing of magnesium," Materials Science and Engineering: A, vol.
Different corrections were studied, to see their influence on the crystallographic texture analysis.
Except the coatings deposited from electrolyte bath with Nano particle content, the Ni-ZrO2 composite coatings showed relatively random/weak crystallographic texture compared to pure nickel coatings.
The plastic deformation of steel, caused by hot rolling, leads to the change in the direction of the fibers in the macrostructure, structural components and additions along its direction; in addition to the crystallographic texture, a mechanical texture of deformation is created.
Using the available techniques, the HXN can also perform crystallographic phase determination, crystallographic texture mapping, and speckle interferometry.
The articles cover a broad spectrum of topics including high-pressure crystallography, magnetic structure determinations, quasi-crystals, novel biomaterials, biological minerals, structure determination via neutron and x-ray diffraction, reduced cells, standard reference materials, phase equilibria and ceramic oxides, crystallographic texture, zeolitic materials, near perfect crystals, electron diffraction, crystallographic databases, protein crystallography, crystallography in construction, and synchrotron radiation.
The solutions consist of etector hardware for the scanning electron microscope and indexing and orientation software for electron diffraction patterns and will be marketed under the names Phase ID (for compound identification) and ORKID (for crystallographic texture)...
Most of the experimental features recorded while studying the plastic deformation of polyethylene are found again for polypropylene: i) high strain-hardening in uniaxial tension versus no hardening (even small softening) under simple shear, ii) considerable decrease of the density and the viscoelastic coefficient with plastic strain in tension versus relative stability of these parameters under shear and iii) development of an axisymmetric crystalline texture in tension {fiber texture) with the c axis orienting along the tensile axis, versus planar crystallographic texture under shear with the c axis turning toward the shear direction.
Ko, "Strain and crystallographic texture evaluation of interstitial free steel cold deformed by differential speed rolling," Materials Letters, vol.
Papers from a September 2090 conference, 49 in all by authors from 15 countries, reveal the latest research on preferred crystal orientations, or crystallographic texture. After key note lectures, the papers are grouped in sections on contributions to theory and analysis of global and local texture.