Title: Determination of the morphological texture of the fibres in a composite material made from a textile of AISI 316L fibres using a mixed deconvolution/positivity method
Authors: Langelaan, Gijsbertus ×
Ryelandt, S.
Root, J.H.
Van Houtte, Paul #
Issue Date: Feb-2007
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the International Union of Crystallography
Series Title: Journal of Applied Crystallography vol:40 pages:96-104
Article number: doi:10.1107/S002188980604369X
Abstract: The orientation distribution or 'morphological texture function' (MTF) of the fibres is determined from measurements of the crystallographic texture of the fibres themselves. From neutron diffraction pole-figure measurements of the fibres in the composite and X-ray diffraction pole figures of the individual fibres, the MTF is determined by a deconvolution. To account for errors in the expansion coefficients due to measurement uncertainties, the deconvolution is performed simultaneously with a positivity criterion in the form of a set of linear equations which may be solved by a least-squares method. This approach is validated using a model system of AISI 316L stainless-steel fibres in an Al-13 wt% Si eutectic casting alloy. The fibres had been spun into yarns and subsequently woven to form a textile. The composite was made by infiltrating a 'brick' containing several layers of the textile with the Al alloy. The results of the deconvolution procedure show that the method indeed yields the expected morphological texture. The so-determined MTF is resolved to an angular resolution not attainable by other methods. It also provides a very good estimate of the volume fractions of the different texture components.
ISSN: 0021-8898
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Mechanical Metallurgy Section (-)
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