Data supporting the hierarchically activated deformation mechanisms to form ultra-fine grain microstructure in carbon containing FeMnCoCr twinning induced plasticity high entropy alloy

Published: 29 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/m6z98wy24x.1
Mohsen Saboktakin Rizi,


Supporting data for describing the associated mechanisms in microstructure evolution and grain refinement of a carbon-doped FeMnCoCr TWIP high-entropy alloy (HEA) during thermomechanical processing. Microstructural characterization before and after deformation was performed using scanning electron microscope (SEM) outfitted with EBSD detector and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) were used for microstructure observation and investigation of nanostructure evolution during deformation. Inverse pole figure (IPF) map, grain boundary map and kernel average misorientation map (KAM) were used for systematic analysis of nanostructural evolution and deformed heterostructure consisting of hierarchical mechanical twinning, shear-banding, microbanding and formation of strain-induced boundaries (SIBs).



Chungnam National University


Mechanical Property, Thermomechanical Processing, Deformation Microstructures, Microstructure Characterization