Fatigue performance of metal alloys is inseparably associated with heterogenous microstructure and existing microdefects. The coordinated effects of lamellar microstructure (LM) and microdefect on fatigue performance of bimodal Ti-6Al-4V is studied within the framework of CPFEM. We propose an intragrain weight integration approach able to account for intragranular accumulative deformation. Parametric accumulative difference indicator (ADI) for stress is defined to relatively quantify the lamellar microstructural effect, overcoming the limitations of experimental procedures. The results demonstrate that the increase of β lath and synchronized refinement of LM appreciably improve lamellar microstructural effect. These attributes can be applied to the material design and manufacturing of advanced metal alloys. © 2022 Elsevier Ltd

Quantifying lamellar microstructural effect on the fatigue performance of bimodal Ti-6Al-4V with microdefect

Tang K.;Berto Filippo
2022

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Fatigue performance of metal alloys is inseparably associated with heterogenous microstructure and existing microdefects. The coordinated effects of lamellar microstructure (LM) and microdefect on fatigue performance of bimodal Ti-6Al-4V is studied within the framework of CPFEM. We propose an intragrain weight integration approach able to account for intragranular accumulative deformation. Parametric accumulative difference indicator (ADI) for stress is defined to relatively quantify the lamellar microstructural effect, overcoming the limitations of experimental procedures. The results demonstrate that the increase of β lath and synchronized refinement of LM appreciably improve lamellar microstructural effect. These attributes can be applied to the material design and manufacturing of advanced metal alloys. © 2022 Elsevier Ltd
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