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Yanick Ateba Betanda, Anne-Laure Helbert, François Brisset, Mickael Wehbi, Marie-Hélène Mathon, Thierry Waeckerlé and Thierry Baudin Influence of Sulfur on the Recrystallization and {100}〈001〉 Cube Texture Formation in Fe48%Ni Alloys Tapes Advanced Engineering Materials 16

Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/adem.201300419

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The addition of sulfur in the Fe48%Ni alloys favors the formation of Cube texture. In the Fe48%Ni alloys tapes, the fraction of Cube grains {100}〈001〉 increases in the recrystallized states when the sulfur content increases (a–e). In the deformed states, the stored energy of the main cold-rolled components that are S {132}〈6–43〉, C {112}〈11–1〉, and B {110}〈1–12〉, remains quasi constant with sulfur content (f). Thus, the stored energy difference between the Cube and other orientations (ΔECube/Other) increases when sulfur is added (g). This stored energy difference is the driving force of the Cube grains formation. Therefore, the increase of ΔEOther/Cube promotes the Cube grains formation and growth during the recrystallization.

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