Numéro
J. Phys. IV France
Volume 10, Numéro PR6, April 2000
The Sixth Japan-France Materials Science Seminar
JFMSS-6
Microstructural Design for Improved Mechanical Behaviour of Advanced Materials
Page(s) Pr6-91 - Pr6-96
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/jp4:2000616
The Sixth Japan-France Materials Science Seminar
JFMSS-6
Microstructural Design for Improved Mechanical Behaviour of Advanced Materials

J. Phys. IV France 10 (2000) Pr6-91-Pr6-96

DOI: 10.1051/jp4:2000616

3D atom probe investigation of nanocomposite wires

X. Sauvage, A. Guillet, F. Danoix and D. Blavette

Sonde Atomique et Microstructures, UMR 6634 du CNRS, Université de Rouen, Place Emile Blondel, 76821 Mont-Saint-Aignan cedex, France


Abstract
Two kinds of high strength nanocomposite wires produced under heavy plastic deformation were investigated using 3D Atom Probe. First, cold drawn pearlitic steel wires were analysed. Partly dissolved cementite lamellae were mapped out in 3D. The surface to volume ratio of cementite lamellae was correlated to their dissolution rate. Considering the increase of the interfacial energy during drawing, a model based on simple thermodynamical arguments was developed to estimate the global dissolution rate of cementite. Cu/Nb nanocomposite wires were also studied. Their nanoscale cross-section microstructure was revealed for the first time. 3D Atom Probe analysis pointed out a slight inter-diffusion of copper and niobium, and steps in copper channels attributed to tracks of moving dislocations in the (111) Cu plane, along the <110> direction.



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