Texture Development in Titanium and Zirconium Alloys - Superalloys Lecture 6
mediaposted on 10.05.2021, 10:24 by Christopher Daniel
This set of lectures is on "Texture Development in Titanium and Zirconium Alloys" for the Superalloys & High Performance Materials course part 6. This part of the course was taught by Dr Christopher Daniel at The University of Manchester in 2021.
Video 1 will show how to interpret different crystallographic textures using the pole figure and orientation distribution function (ODF) representations.
Video 2 will use texture data, in the form of pole figures and orientation distribution functions (ODFs), to describe the differences in texture development between single and dual-phase titanium and zirconium alloys.
Video 3 will briefly summarise how computer simulation modelling can be used to predict crystallographic texture development.
The live lecture includes poll questions and discussion for the "Texture Development in Ti and Zr Alloys" topic and was recorded on Thursday 11th March 2021.
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