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EBSD in situ Heating of an aluminium alloy

The NordlysMax2 and AZtec® EBSD system observe the changes during in-situ isothermal heating of an experimental Al 0.1% Mg alloy. This system is optimised for fast data acquisition at elevated temperatures. The results show similarities to ex-situ isothermal heating experiments on folded Ni sheets, with the generation of fine grains in the compressed and tensile regions and larger grains where the strain is least.

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  • how EBSD can be a powerful tool for investigating microstructures and can provide insight into recovery and recrystallisation under strain gradients.

 *Please note, this application note refers to NordlysMax2, this has since been upgraded to Symmetry

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