deformed grain structure

структура с деформированным зерном (образуется при слишком низкой температуре смотки полосы в рулон)

Англо-русский словарь по прокатке металлов. — М.: Физматгиз.. . 1963.

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  • Adiabatic shear band — is a term used in physics, mechanics and engineering. Since the 1960s adiabatic shear bands have been studied extensively because of their importance as a failure mode in areas such as metal forming and cutting, various types of ballistic impact …   Wikipedia

  • recrystallization — the change in grain structure which occurs when the metal is annealed; during which grains, deformed and strain hardened by working, becomes new equiaxed unstrained grains. This results in decreased hardness and tensile strength together with an… …   Mechanics glossary

  • Recovery (metallurgy) — Recovery is a process by which deformed grains can reduce their stored energy by the removal or rearrangement of defects in their crystal structure. These defects, primarily dislocations, are introduced by plastic deformation of the material and… …   Wikipedia

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