## What is coincident site lattice?

(w, 6, t) it may be possible that the two lattices A and B have common points, and that these common points define a space lattice. Such a lattice is termed coincidence site lattice (c.s.1.). It is a sublattice of both A and B. The fraction of lattice points of A and B that coincide is usually written in the form 1/C.

## What are CSL in grain boundaries?

When a finite fraction of lattice sites coincide between the two lattices, then one can define a coincident site lattice (CSL). A boundary that contains a high density of lattice points in a CSL is expected to have low energy because of good atomic fit.

**What are Sigma 3 boundaries?**

According to my understanding, sigma 3 describe a three dimensional coincidence site lattice (CSL), for Fe <110> sigma 3″ symmetric tilt grain boundary here, the coincidence site lattice is generated by rotation around <110> axis by 70.5deg, i.e. let [1-11] lattice site in one crystal to coincident with [1 1 -1] …

**What are the names of the three different types of misorientation that grain boundaries can exhibit?**

The misorientation of all types of the grain boundaries including low- and high-angle boundaries, coincident site lattice (twin) and arbitrary boundaries, deformation-induced boundaries and the boundaries of the original grains was found to change during deformation.

### What is coherent twin boundary?

Coherent twin boundaries (CTBs) are internal interfaces that can play a key role in markedly enhancing the strength of metallic materials while preserving their ductility.

### What are twin boundaries?

Twin boundaries are a special case of a large angle grain boundary for which there is no atomic misfit. Across the twin boundary crystallites have planes that are the mirror image of the planes in the other crystalite. The bottom diagram illustrates this for the (110) plane of a bcc lattice.

**What is Sigma in CSL?**

The relation between the number of lattice points in the unit cell of a CSL and the number of lattice points in a unit cell of the generating lattice is called Σ (Sigma); it is the unit cell volume of the CSL in units of the unit cell volume of the elementary cells of the crystals.

**What is twin boundary?**

Twin boundary: A grain boundary whose lattice structures are mirror images of each other in the plane of the boundary.

## What is twin boundary defect?

Explanation: Surface defect: Twin boundaries are types of planar surface defects. The atomic arrangement on one side of a twin boundary is a mirror reflection of the arrangement on the other side. Twin boundaries occur in pairs such that the orientation change introduced by one boundary is restored by the other.

## What is tilt boundary?

Tilt Boundary Index. A pure tilt boundary causes a constant angle of tilt between lattice planes of the same type in adjacent regions of the sample. It is composed of a regular array of edge dislocations of the same sign in the plane of the boundary.

**What is twin and twin boundary?**

Twin boundary: A grain boundary whose lattice structures are mirror images of each other in the plane of the boundary. From: Introduction to Aerospace Materials, 2012.

**What is slip and twinning?**

Summary – Slip vs Twinning The key difference between slip and twinning is that during a slip, all atoms in a block move the same distance whereas, in twinning, the atoms in each successive plane in a block move through different distances that are proportional to their distance from the twinning plane.