Work-hardening mechanisms of a polycrystalline metal significant in a large deformation range are different from those in a small strain range. That is, a texture development and an effect of grain shape change may be typical and important mechanisms in the large deformation process. In this paper, a set of inelastic constitutive equations incorporating two effects are derived theoretically on the basis of crystal plasticity.

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