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Article Dans Une Revue Physical Review Letters Année : 2021

Femtosecond Visualization of hcp-Iron Strength and Plasticity under Shock Compression

Sovanndara Hok
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Dylan Rittman
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Kyle James Ramos
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Hae Ja Lee
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Bob Nagler
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Eric Galtier
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Eduardo Granados
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Wendy L Mao
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Arianna E Gleason
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Iron is a key constituent of planets and an important technological material. Here, we combine in situ ultrafast x-ray diffraction with laser-induced shock compression experiments on Fe up to 187(10) GPa and 4070(285) K at 10^8  s−1 in strain rate to study the plasticity of hexagonal-close-packed (hcp)-Fe under extreme loading states. {10-12} deformation twinning controls the polycrystalline Fe microstructures and occurs within 1 ns, highlighting the fundamental role of twinning in hcp polycrystals deformation at high strain rates. The measured deviatoric stress initially increases to a significant elastic overshoot before the onset of flow, attributed to a slower defect nucleation and mobility. The initial yield strength of materials deformed at high strain rates is thus several times larger than their longer-term flow strength. These observations illustrate how time-resolved ultrafast studies can reveal distinctive plastic behavior in materials under extreme environments.
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Sébastien Merkel, Sovanndara Hok, Cynthia Bolme, Dylan Rittman, Kyle James Ramos, et al.. Femtosecond Visualization of hcp-Iron Strength and Plasticity under Shock Compression. Physical Review Letters, 2021, Physical Review Letters, 127 (20), pp.205501. ⟨10.1103/physrevlett.127.205501⟩. ⟨hal-03428672⟩
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