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Static tensile deformation behavior of a lean duplex stainless steel studied by in situ neutron diffraction and synchrotron radiation white X-rays

Tsuchida, Noriyuki*; Kawahata, Takuji*; Ishimaru, Eiichiro*; Takahashi, Akihiko*; Suzuki, Hiroshi; Shobu, Takahisa

To investigate the tensile deformation behavior of a lean duplex stainless steel (S32101) from the viewpoints of plastic deformability among phases or grains, we performed static tensile tests, in situ neutron diffraction, and white X-ray diffraction experiments at room temperature. From the experimental results of synchrotron radiation white X-ray diffraction experiments, the hard phase of S32101 was changed from the ferrite phase to austenite one during tensile deformation. This led to a larger stress partitioning between the phases at the latter stage of deformation. From the experimental results of in situ neutron diffraction, it was found that the stress partitioning of the $$gamma$$ phase in the S32101 was the largest among the present results. Therefore, the larger work hardening rate of S32101 can be explained by the large stress partitioning of the $$gamma$$ phase, that between $$gamma$$ and $$alpha$$ phases and $$gamma$$ volume fraction.



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