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The typical tensile test curve, expressed in terms of resolved stress and glide, obtained in single slip is schemed and examples for Cu-Al2 alloys are presented in Fig. 8. Three stages of the plastic deformation are observed3-5, characterised by different hardening rates θ = dτ/dγ: Fig. 8. a) Scheme of the resolved stress- resolved glide curve for a single crystal oriented for single slip, showing the 3 stages of deformation. b) Tensile curves of single crystals of Cu-Al alloys with <123> orientation.
A) mirror fcc structure in a twin: BACBA sequence, b) hcp ε-martensite platelet: ABAB sequence. Glides produced by each transformation are indicated. In high symmetry structures, such as fcc, bcc and hcp, it implies that the two crystals are in symmetrical positions from side to side of the twin plane (hence the name) and that a twin plane is a particular grain Basics of Mechanical Properties of Metals 47 boundary delimiting two misoriented crystals. A mechanical twin produces a glide γt by shifting the lattice in the mirror position over the thickness of the twin.
2. g. low carbon steel after aging. At the onset of plasticity, a rapid decrease of the stress is observed. During aging, solute atoms diffuse and segregate on the dislocations. The pinning of dislocations by solute atoms requires an additional amount of stress to initiate plasticity which vanishes as soon as the dislocations move. The upper yield stress ReH is very dependent on the strain rate and is not an intrinsic characteristic of the material. The lower yield stress ReL, defined as the average stress at the plateau, is considered as the yield stress.