EBSD Investigations of Equal Channel Angular Extruded Copper

Cambridge University Press
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Microscopy & Microanalysis, 2007, 13 (S2), pp. 92 - 93
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Development of nano- and submicron-structured materials has attracted significant research interest in the last ten years [1, 2]. Most recently, an innovative technology called the Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAE) process has demonstrated its capability of producing nano- and submicronstructured metallic alloys with substantial strength improvement [3-8]. ECAE adopts the principle of mechanical attrition and imposes very heavy shear deformation on bulk materials without causing major dimensional changes of the extruded products [3]. It has been suggested that this technology has great advantages over the conventional mechanical attrition of ball milling because it can produce large sized samples free of any residual porosity.
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