OS0101 LPSO相の塑性変形にて形成する変形帯の特徴 [in Japanese] OS0101 Characteristics of the deformation bands formed in the LPSO phase [in Japanese]
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Formation of curious deformation bands has been reported as one of the deformation mechanisms occurring in a Mg-based long period stacking ordered (LPSO) phase. The origin of the deformation band is still unknown, and the possibility of the deformation kink band and/or the deformation twin has been discussed. To clarify this, the crystallographic nature of deformation bands formed in the LPSO phase was examined by scanning electron microscope-electron backscatter diffraction (SEM-EBSD) pattern analysis. The deformation band in the LPSO phase was found to show three arbitrariness on its crystallographic nature: an ambiguous crystal rotation axis that varied on the  zone axis from band to band; an arbitral crystal rotation angle that was not fixed and showed relatively wide distributions; and a variation in crystal rotation angle depending on the position even within a deformation band boundary itself. These features were coincident with those observed in the deformation bands formed in Zn polycrystals, suggesting that the formed deformation bands in LPSO phase crystals are mainly deformation kink bands.
- The Proceedings of the Materials and Mechanics Conference
The Proceedings of the Materials and Mechanics Conference 2014(0), _OS0101-1_-_OS0101-2_, 2014
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers