|Title||A novel roll-bonding methodology for the cross-scale analysis of phase properties and interactions in multiphase structural materials|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Springer, H, Tasan, CC, Raabe, D|
|Journal||International Journal of Materials Research|
|Pagination||3 - 14|
We introduce a new thermo-mechanical approach for producing layered bulk samples built-up from the constituent phases of structural materials for the analysis of multiphase co-deformation phenomena. Following a thermo-mechanically controlled roll-bonding procedure, the intrinsic properties of the microstructural components as well as their mutual mechanical interaction and interfacial phenomena can be systematically investigated in highly controlled model microstructures of reduced complexity. The effectiveness of the approach is demonstrated on two examples where austenite or martensite layers, respectively, are introduced in a bulk ferritic matrix, representing in either case components of high strength steels. Special emphasis is laid on how the plasticity of martensite within ferrite, as a key parameter required for understanding and optimising dual phase steels, can be investigated following the proposed approach.