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The microstructural characterization of the alloy was carried out by using Optical microscopy and Field emission scanning electron microscopy FESEM. The CR Al alloy shows improved fracture toughness and tensile strength due to high dislocation density, grain refinement, and ultrafine-grain UFG formation by multiple cryorolling passes.
The combined effect of short annealing and ageing improves the fracture toughness, tensile strength, and ductility of cryorolled samples, which is due to precipitation hardening and subgrain coarsening mechanism respectively. Abstract: Sacking fault energy SFE is the key role in solving this problem of getting high strength and expected ductility simultaneously.
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It is an economic and effective method to counterpart Cold-rolling at liquid nitrogen temperature to get high density deformation twin and ultrafine-grains size. After undergoing tensile and X-ray diffraction tests, Cu Thus there exist the optimal SFE of Cu-Al alloys which get both high strength and expected ductility simultaneously.
Authors: B. Abstract: The evolution of the microstructure and mechanical properties of electrodeposited nanocrystalline Ni with different annealing procedures was studied systematically. For the annealed specimens hardness decreases with increasing average grain size but the dependence changes at different grain size ranges.
The specimens annealed at a low temperature show higher hardness compared to the as-deposited nanocrystalline Ni, despite an increased measured average grain size. In association with this hardening an increase in elastic modulus and a decrease in microstrain was observed after annealing. With increasing annealing temperature both the tensile strength and the fracture strain were observed to decrease, this is companied with a transition from ductile to brittle in the fracture surfaces.
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These results indicated that the mechanical behaviour of nanocrystalline Ni depends not only on the average grain size but also on the grain boundary structure. A change in the grain boundary state arising from annealing may be responsible for the observed increase in hardness and elastic modulus as well as the deterioration of tensile properties. Authors: S. Han, Jian She Lian, J. Mu, X. Shen, L. Qin, Z. Jiang, Qing Jiang.
Abstract: Nanocrystalline NC metals and alloys always exhibit extremely high strength but quite limited ductility. This disappointing ductility might be caused by the preparation artifacts and the weak strain hardening ability of NC materials.
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In order to optimize the mechanical properties of NC metals and alloys , especially to enhance their ductility, and investigate the underlying deformation mechanism, nanocrystalline Ni, dual phase Ni-Co alloy and Cu were synthesized via electrodeposition and electro-brush deposition respectively, and then a series of mechanical tests were carried out. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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The materials and behaviours looked at in the chapters include: aluminium and its alloys; magnesium alloys; ferrous alloys; superalloys Ni-based alloys ; semisolid metal SSM processing of metallic alloys; plastic deformation of intermetallic alloys; metal matrix composites MMCs ; and fine grain superplasticity in SP materials. The first of its kind to give comprehensive coverage to the subject, The deformation and processing of structural materials is a valuable resource for engineers, researchers in mechanical, civil and structural engineering.
Contains research on the preformance of materials Valuable resource for researchers in mechanical, civil and structural engineering Comprehensive coverage to the deformation and processing of all types of structural materials. Read more Read less. Sorry, this product is currently out of stock.
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Contains research on the preformance of materials Valuable resource for researchers in mechanical, civil and structural engineering Comprehensive coverage to the deformation and processing of all types of structural materials. Engineers and researchers in mechanical, civil and structural engineering.
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