The elastic energy stored in the cold-rolled steels is orientation dependent and the sequence, estimated from a Fourier analysis of X-ray line broadening, is V//1//1//0 greater than V//1//1//1 greater than V//2//1//1 greater than V//1//0//0; the values range from 3. 51 to 1. 14 cal/g atom. The high energy components ( left brace 110 right brace , left brace 111 right brace ) have elongated cell structures but those of lower energy are equiaxed. In capped steels the high energy components recover and recrystallize most rapidly. In aluminium-killed steels both recovery and recrystallization are inhibited at low temperatures less than equivalent to 500 degree C and recrystallization begins first in the left brace 111 right brace components. It is shown that these effects are associated with precipitation and/or segregation of AlN during recovery. The recrystallization texture is determined primarily by oriented nucleation.
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