Accession Number : AD1028883


Title :   A Rotational and Axial Motion System Load Frame Insert for In Situ High Energy X-Ray Studies (Postprint)


Descriptive Note : Journal Article


Corporate Author : Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Wright Patterson Air Force Base United States


Personal Author(s) : Shade,Paul A ; Blank,Basil ; Schuren,Jay C ; Kenesei,Peter ; Kenesei,P ; Goetze,Kurt ; Suter,Robert M ; Bernier,Joel V ; Li,Shiu F ; Lind,Jonathan ; Lienert,Ulrich ; Almer,Jonathan ; Turner,Todd J


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1028883.pdf


Report Date : 08 Sep 2015


Pagination or Media Count : 12


Abstract : High energy x-ray characterization methods hold great potential for gaining insight into the behavior of materials and providing comparison datasets for the validation and development of mesoscale modeling tools. A suite of techniques have been developed by the x-ray community for characterizing the 3D structure and micromechanical state of polycrystalline materials; however, combining these techniques with in situ mechanical testing under well characterized and controlled boundary conditions has been challenging due to experimental design requirements, which demand new high-precision hardware as well as access to high-energy x-ray beamlines. We describe the design and performance of a load frame insert with a rotational and axial motion system that has been developed to meet these requirements. An example dataset from a deforming titanium alloy demonstrates the new capability.


Descriptors :   polycrystals , high energy , x rays , LABORATORY EQUIPMENT , IN SITU ANALYSIS , DIAGRAMS , Rotation


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE