Leo Kestens focuses on Metallurgy, Microstructure, Annealing, Electron backscatter diffraction and Alloy. In most of his Metallurgy studies, his work intersects topics such as Composite material. His work in Microstructure addresses subjects such as Ductility, which are connected to disciplines such as Tensile testing and Quenching.
His research integrates issues of Electrical steel and Texture control in his study of Annealing. His research in Electron backscatter diffraction focuses on subjects like Copper, which are connected to Work function, Single crystal and Lamellar structure. His study in Alloy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Crystallography and Maraging steel.
Leo Kestens mainly focuses on Metallurgy, Microstructure, Electron backscatter diffraction, Composite material and Annealing. In his study, Cube is inextricably linked to Texture, which falls within the broad field of Metallurgy. Leo Kestens works mostly in the field of Microstructure, limiting it down to topics relating to Anisotropy and, in certain cases, Surface energy, as a part of the same area of interest.
In his research, Geometry is intimately related to Misorientation, which falls under the overarching field of Electron backscatter diffraction. His Annealing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface finish, Pearlite, Plasticity, Thermomechanical processing and Electrical steel. Leo Kestens studied Recrystallization and Nucleation that intersect with Crystallite.
His main research concerns Microstructure, Composite material, Electron backscatter diffraction, Martensite and Metallurgy. Leo Kestens has researched Microstructure in several fields, including Ultimate tensile strength, Annealing, Grain size and Nucleation. Particularly relevant to Recrystallization is his body of work in Annealing.
His Electron backscatter diffraction study incorporates themes from Distribution function, Representative elementary volume, Grain boundary and Dislocation. The Martensite study combines topics in areas such as Carbide, Ferrite, Transmission electron microscopy and Austenite. His works in Intermetallic and Structural material are all subjects of inquiry into Metallurgy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Microstructure, Composite material, Electron backscatter diffraction, Severe plastic deformation and Grain size. His Microstructure study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Annealing and Scanning electron microscope. His research in Annealing tackles topics such as Nucleation which are related to areas like Grain boundary and Electrical steel.
His study in Electron backscatter diffraction is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Torsion, Aluminium and Dislocation. His Recrystallization study is concerned with the field of Metallurgy as a whole. Leo Kestens has included themes like Crystal structure and Nitriding in his Metallurgy study.
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Microstructure and texture evolution during cold rolling and annealing of a high Mn TWIP steel
Lieven Bracke;Kim Verbeken;Leo Kestens;Leo Kestens;Jan Penning.
Acta Materialia (2009)
Microstructure and texture of a lightly deformed TRIP-assisted steel characterized by means of the EBSD technique
Roumen Petrov;Roumen Petrov;Leo Kestens;Leo Kestens;Anna Wasilkowska;Yvan Houbaert.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2007)
Microstructure evolution and mechanical properties of AA1100 aluminum sheet processed by accumulative roll bonding
Hadi Pirgazi;A Akbarzadeh;Roumen Petrov;Leo Kestens.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2008)
Effect of fresh martensite on the stability of retained austenite in quenching and partitioning steel
Dorien De Knijf;Roumen Petrov;Roumen Petrov;Cecilia Föjer;Leo A.I. Kestens;Leo A.I. Kestens.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2014)
Microstructural and crystallographic aspects of conventional and asymmetric rolling processes
Jurij Sidor;Alexis Miroux;Roumen Petrov;Roumen Petrov;Leo Kestens.
Acta Materialia (2008)
Transformation mechanism of α′-martensite in an austenitic Fe–Mn–C–N alloy
Lieven Bracke;Leo Kestens;Leo Kestens;Jan Penning.
Scripta Materialia (2007)
Nucleation and variant selection of secondary α plates in a β Ti alloy
S.M.C. van Bohemen;A. Kamp;R.H. Petrov;R.H. Petrov;L.A.I. Kestens.
Acta Materialia (2008)
Texture formation in metal alloys with cubic crystal structures
Leo Kestens;Hadi Pirgazi.
Materials Science and Technology (2016)
Ultra grain refinement and hardening of IF-steel during accumulative roll-bonding
A.L.M. Costa;A.C.C. Reis;L. Kestens;M.S. Andrade.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2005)
Through process texture evolution and magnetic properties of high Si non-oriented electrical steels
Jurij J. Sidor;Kim Verbeken;Edgar Gomes;Juergen Schneider.
Materials Characterization (2012)
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