October 09 - October 09
Texture evolution in metals under mechanical stresses: Application of a tensile stage on a laboratory X-ray difraction system
The texture of a worked piece of material is a result of the history of the manufacturing process. Control of texture is important in order to obtain the manufactured product with the desired property, such as strength, hardness and conductivity. The materials researcher is therefore not only interested in the study of the final texture of a sample, but also in following the texture evolution during the formation or deformation processes. Knowledge of the evolution of preferred orientations can provide valuable information in order to optimize the manufacturing process.
In the webinar, the texture evolution of a rolled copper strip under mechanical strain was investigated in situ by the application of a tensile stage onto an Empyrean X-ray diffraction system.
Recorded on: Thursday, October 9, 2014
Duration: 40 minutes
Panelist information: Hans te Nijenhuis, Product Specialist PANalytical B.V., the Netherlands.
Hans te Nijenhuis studied Applied Physics at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, with a focus on the field of physical crystallography. He obtained a PhD. degree in Solid State Physics at the University of Nijmegen with a thesis on gas phase deposition of epitaxial layers. Afterwards he joined PANalytical (Almelo, The Netherlands) and is now working in the department Product Management X-ray diffraction.
- Texture evolution in metals under mechanical stresses: Application of a tensile stage on a laboratory X-ray difraction system
- 9 October 2014, 10:00 - 9 October 2014, 11:00
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