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Effect of Rolling Reduction on Microstructure and

Apr 18, 2019 · Cu-3%Ti alloy is cold rolled with different reduction ratios and the microstructures and mechanical properties are compared with that of as-cast Cu-3%Ti alloy. Microstructure was analyzed using optical microscope and scanning electron microscope. Optical microscopy revealed significant grain refinement that occurred during the rolling process. Influence of pulse frequency on microstructure and Jan 15, 2021 · Abstract. As an important parameter of HIPIMS, pulse frequency has significant influence on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the deposited coatings, especially for the multi-component coatings deposited by using a spliced target with different metal sputtering yields. In this study, a single Al 67 Ti 33 -V-Cu spliced target was designed to prepare Al-Ti-V-Cu-N coatings by

Microstructure and Conductivity of the Al-Cu Joint

  • AbstractIntroductionExperimental ProcedureResults and DiscussionConclusionsAcknowledgmentsIn this paper, 1060 aluminum and T2 pure copper were joined by friction stir welding. The influence of the rotation speed and inclination on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the joint were investigated. The microstructure and composition of the welded interface region were analyzed. The joints strength was tested, and the conductivity of the joints was estimated. Joints having good surface formation and defect-free cross section were successfully obtained. The cross-sectional morphologies Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of TiB2/ Al-Si Bulky sample was made by using TIG wire and arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) technology, in which 1.6 mm filler wire of in-situ TiB2/Al-Si composites was selected as deposition metal, following by T6 heat treatment. The microstructure and mechanical properties of the bulky sample before and after heat treatment were analyzed. Experimental results showed that the texture of the original Microstructure and mechanical properties of new composite Abstract New as-cast TiVCuNiAl alloys with advantageous modulus of resilience and bioperformance were developed. Their microstructure is composed of a dendritic -Ti phase and in-situ precipitated interdendritic compounds. The tough and ductile Microstructure evolution and mechanical properties of 3.2. Mechanical properties Under compression test at a constant strain rate of 1×104 s1, the 2mm Cu 46Zr47Al7 BMG displays an initial elasticdeformationbehaviorwithanelasticstrainofabout2.0% and has yield strength about 1894MPa and fracture strength 2250MPa and exhibits apparent work-hardening with sig-nicant plastic strain up to 6%.

    Investigation of microstructure and mechanical properties

    A Cu3%Ti (wt%) alloy was processed by multiaxial forging (MAF) at cryogenic temperature up to 3 cycles, imposing a total strain of 1.6. Microstructure and mechanical properties of the unprocessed and cryo-forged samples were analyzed.