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A numerical modelling of 3D polycrystal-to-polycrystal diffusive phase transformations involving crystal plasticity

Abstract : A FE modelling of the elastoplastic interactions occurring within a 3D polycrystal subjected to diffusive phase transformation is proposed. The parent polycrystal is represented by a Voronoi tessellation, where grains differ in shape, size and crystallographic orientation. Grains of the new phase nucleate at favourable sites of the parent polycrystal then grow isotropically, following specific kinetics. This process can result in various product polycrystal morphologies where grains are distinguished by their morphologies and their crystallographic orientations, and have crystalline properties different from those of the parent grains. Application is performed on the austenite-to-ferrite transformation of a low carbon steel, by analysing different basic cases of transformation history with different constitutive modellings. Microplasticity and its related internal stresses are shown to develop during the phase transformations and to affect significantly the elastoplasticity of the product medium.
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Fabrice Barbe, Romain Quey. A numerical modelling of 3D polycrystal-to-polycrystal diffusive phase transformations involving crystal plasticity. International Journal of Plasticity, Elsevier, 2011, 27 (6), pp.823-840. ⟨10.1016/j.ijplas.2010.09.008⟩. ⟨hal-00595995⟩

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