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Application of Two-Point Orientation Auto-Correlation Fucntion (TP-OACF)
Yoon Suk ChoiAnthony D. RollettHenry R. Piehler
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2006 Volume 47 Issue 5 Pages 1313-1316

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A two-point orientation auto-correlation function (TP-OACF) was developed in order to quantify the spatial distribution of targeted texture components. An example of a TP-OACF was demonstrated using an idealized orientation map. Characteristics of the spatial distribution of major texture components in 6022-T4 Al sheets deformed in plane-strain tension were also quantified using a TP-OACF. The results showed that {110}⟨1\\bar12⟩ and {123}⟨63\\bar4⟩ orientations (in {ND}⟨PD⟩ notation, where PD is the pulling direction) tend to form localized diagonal and horizontal bands through the thickness, respectively, after the plane-strain deformation. The cube orientation on the surface initially showed a relatively strong texture band along the RD, but this banding behavior was less significant after the plane-strain deformation.

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