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Mechanical Property of Pure Magnesium: From Orientation Perspective Pertaining to Deviation from Basal Orientation S.K. Sahoo, R.K. Sabat, S. Panda, S.C. Mishra, and S. Suwas (Submitted January 2, 2015; in revised form March 8, 2015) Pure magnesium is subjected to cold rolling followed by annealing at 200 C to obtain near-equiaxed grain The mechanical properties of wrought magnesium alloys are determined on specimens cut from the actual manufactures - extrusions, forgings, or rolled products. Specimens are usually cut in a direction parallel to the direction of working or predominant flow of metal. They may also be cut transversely or at 45° to show the directional properties Pure magnesium is subjected to cold rolling followed by annealing at 200 °C to obtain near-equiaxed grains of average grain size ~15 µm. The hardness of different grains/orientations of the annealed samples is estimated through consecutive characterization by nanoindentation and electron backscattered diffraction. It is observed that an increase in deviation from basal orientation decreases.
Magnesium (Mg) is the lightest structural metal in the world. Therefore, Mg alloys hold great promise for weight-saving applications in the automotive and aerospace industries. However, the hexagonal close-packed (HCP) structure of Mg alloys results in limited dislocation plasticity and alternative deformation mechanisms such as deformation. microstructures, mechanical properties and fracture behaviors of pure magnesium by multi-passes accumulated high ratio extrusion and annealing process were studied with as-cast pure magnesium as original material. 2 Experimental The commercial as-cast pure magnesium (99.95% purity) billets with a diameter of 52 mm, height of 4
Mechanical properties of human bone, pure magnesium, and Mg-4Zn-.5Ca alloy. Initially, bacterial adhesion behaviors on the material surface can be affected by the surface condition. The roughness of the surface and size of grooves are key factors of bacterial interactions on the material surface. It has been reported that structural details such as morphology and size of the surface. The mechanical properties of magnesium alloys tend to be below those of the strongest of the aluminium alloys. The strength-to-weight ratio of the precipitation-hardened magnesium alloys is comparable with that of the strong alloys of aluminium or with the alloy steels MICROSTRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ALUMINIUM AND MAGNESIUM BIMETAL EXTRUDED COMPOSITE Received: 23 June 2016 / Accepted: 10 September 2016 Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the microstructural and mechanical behaviour of aluminium-magnesium (Al-Mg) bimetal extruded composite. Bimetal Extrusion is a process of simultaneously extruding two or more materials to form. Furthermore, pure Mg tubes showed an additional improvement in terms of grain refining and mechanical properties after extrusion. Electrochemical analyses and microstructural assessments after corrosion tests demonstrated two major influential factors in corrosion behavior of the investigated materials. The presence of Zn and Zr as alloying elements simultaneously increases the nobility by formation of a protective film and increase the local corrosion damage by amplifying the pitting.
mechanical properties of the reinforcing phase, and the nature of the interface between matrix and reinforcement [Sharma et al., 2000; Lim et al., 2003; Oakley et al., 1995; Alahelistan & Bergamon, 1993; Lim et al., 2005] . Chen and Alpas (2000) performed testes on AZ91 magnesium alloy, reported a transition from mild to severe wear controlled by a critical surface temperature 347K above which. Generally, Mg alloys have lower mechanical proper- ties than commonly used inert biomaterials Tribological and physical properties of pure magnesium (Mg) are investigated during sintering for 2, 4, and 6 h at the temperature of 600ºC. The pure sintered magnesium is characterized by wea
. Subash Mishra. IntroductionMagnesium and its alloys have a great potential for lightweight structural applications due to their low density and high specific strength (Ref 1). However, their poor formability at room temperature is an important limitation of magnesium for its. The elastic modulus and transverse bend strength of pure, dense magnesia were determined as a function of grain size (1 to 190μ) and temperature (30° to 1500°C). The elastic modulus was essentially independent of grain size over the temperature range covered. The transverse bend strength for magnesia revealed a 1/6 power dependency versus grain size at low temperatures, i.e. STB= 50,000 G.
Pure Mg and Mg alloys generally exhibit only limited ductilities at ambient temperatures. Experiments were conducted to evaluate the potential for improving the mechanical properties of pure Mg and and Mg-0.9% Al alloy at room temperature by subjecting these materials to severe plastic deformation through the procedure of equal-channel angular pressing (ECAP) Material Properties of Magnesium Randy Beals (A) (A) Friendly Friendly Material Properties. Physical/Chemical Properties of Mg vs Other Matl's PROPERTY Units Condition AZ91 AM60 Al380 Al A356 Nylon ABS DC T6 30% glass Sg Gravity g/cm 3 1.81 1.79 2.74 2.69 1.4 1.05 Th Conductivity W/m o K 51 61 96 159 0.33 0.28 Coeff Th Expan um/m o K 26 25.6 22 21.5 34.5 76.5 Specific Heat J/L o K 1,900. Properties of Magnesium Alloys Mechanical Properties of Magnesium Alloys. Materials are frequently chosen for various applications because they have... Strength of Magnesium Alloys. In mechanics of materials, the strength of a material is its ability to withstand an... Ultimate Tensile Strength..
Selected Mechanical Properties Materials Density (g cm3) Compressive Strength (MPa) Tensile Strength (MPa) Elastic Modulus (GPa) Reference Magnesium Pure Magnesium 1.74 20 - 115 90 - 190 45  AZ31 Alloy (Extruded) 1.78 83 - 97 241 - 260 45  AZ91D Alloy (Die Cast) 1.81 160 230 45  Alternative Metals Aluminum Alloys 2.7 - 170 - 560 70 [22, 23] Stainless Steel 7.9 - 8.1. While magnesium alloys show desirable properties, especially high specific strength, there is a need for enhancement of strength and ductility for structural applications [1-5].Thanks to the grain refinement and strengthening effect of Al, the Mg-Al alloys have found widespread applications in many engineering sectors [6, 7].It has been also found that the micro-addition of Mn to Mg-Al.
In recent years, biodegradable magnesium (Mg)-based implants have become attractive because of their favourable mechanical properties, which are more similar to those of natural bone when compared with other degradable materials, such as polymers, apart from their alkaline nature during degradation. Methods: We developed a pure Mg interference screw for ACL reconstruction. In the present study. Pure magnesium has an HCP crystal structure, is relatively soft, and has a low elastic modulus: 45 GPa. Magnesium alloys have also a hexagonal lattice structure, which affects the fundamental properties of these alloys. At room temperature, magnesium and its alloys are difficult to perform cold working due to the fact plastic deformation of the hexagonal lattice is more complicated than in. Abstract The magnesium composites containing Zr 2 (WO 4 )(PO 4 ) 2 (ZWP) particles with negative thermal expansion (NTE) were synthesized. Dense, unreacted Mg/ZWP composites were fabricated by extruding the two component powders. The coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) and the mechanical properties of the composites were examined. The CTE of Mg/ZWP composites decreased with an increase in. Preparation and Mechanical Properties of Magnesium-cemented Straw Composites Nihua Zheng, Danni Wu, Ping Sun, Hongguang Liu,* Bin Luo,* and Li Li * Magnesium-cemented straw composites (MCSC), as an environmentally friendly and energy-conserving material, have an enormous potential to achieve favorable properties, especially for bending strength. In this study, rice straw powder, fly ash, and. The mechanical properties of the ZSr41 alloy were superior as compared with those of pure magnesium and met the requirements for load-bearing medical implants. Furthermore, the immersion of the ZSr41 alloy in SBF showed a degradation mode that progressed cyclically, alternating between pitting and localized corrosion. The steady-state average degradation rate of the aged ZSr41 alloy in SBF was.
Magnesium oxide is an alkaline oxide, which has the same properties as alkaline oxides and is a gelling material. White powder (light yellow for magnesium nitride), odorless, tasteless, non-toxic, is a typical alkaline earth metal oxide, chemical formula MgO. White powder, melting point is 2852℃, boiling point is 3600℃, and relative density is 3.58 (25℃). Soluble in acid and ammonium. Magnesium-based alloys, being biomedical metallic materials, have great potential for application in bone fixed parts due to their high strength-to-density ratio and biocompatibility [4-6]. However, applications of the close- packed hexagonal structure of magnesium alloys are still limited because of low mechanical properties [7,8] The new magnesium composites are being developed with a higher extrusion rate and maintaining good mechanical properties such as AM30 (higher strength applications) and ZE20 (higher ductility applications) reinforced with Al2O3, WS2, TiC, and SiC. The presence of aluminum contents in magnesium-based composites improves the strength, hardness, and corrosion resistance but reduces the ductility. Pure magnesium (Mg) develops a strong basal texture after conventional processing of hot rolling or extrusion. Consequently, it exhibits anisotropic mechanical properties and is difficult to form at room temperature. Adding appropriate alloying elements can weaken the basal texture or even change it, but the improvement in formability and mechanical properties is still far from expectations. Retention of mechanical properties of phosphate glass fibre reinforced degradable polyesters such as polycaprolactone and polylactic acid in aqueous media has been shown to be strongly influenced by the integrity of the fibre/polymer interface. A previous study utilising 'single fibre' fragmentation tests found that coating with magnesium improved the fibre and matrix interfacial shear.
metals Article In Situ Synchrotron X-ray Study of the Mechanical Properties of Pure Mg Produced by Powder Metallurgy Li Li 1, Leyun Wang 1,2,*, Jie Wang 1, Huan Zhang 1, Qingchun Zhu 1, Zhiqiang Li 2 and Xiaoqin Zeng 1,2,* 1 National Engineering Research Center of Light Alloy Net Forming, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240, China; email@example.com (L.L. Mechanical properties of materials, including, aluminum and its alloys, which are obtained by testing tensile material, for example, tensile modulus, Tensile strength, tensile yield strength and elongation are called tensile properties. Elastic modulus. Elastic modulus, which is often called Young's Modulus - is the ratio of the voltage, is applied to the material, to the corresponding strain.
The microstructure and mechanical properties of the high-purity magnesium (99.99wt.% Mg) extruded by single direct extrusion experiment were investigated. For the extrusion speed of 0.2mm/s, the microstructure of extruded Mg rods was composed of equiaxed fine dynamical recrystallized (DRXed) grains and some elongated coarse un-DRXed grains. The yield strength (YS) and the elongation of the. The ductility of magnesium is intimately related to dislocation. Understanding the behavior of dislocations is of critical importance for resolving the mechanical properties and for alloy design. By using in situ TEM mechanical testing of pillars of pure Mg single crystal, we found that dislocation can accommodate considerable plasticity. Our findings provide information on the mobility of. crystals Article Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Nanocrystalline AZ31 Magnesium Alloy Powders with Submicron TiB2 Additions Prepared by Mechanical Milling Haiping Zhou 1, Chengcai Zhang 1, Baokun Han 1, Jianfeng Qiu 2, Shengxue Qin 1, Kuidong Gao 1, Jie Liu 1, Shuai Sun 1 and Hongbin Zhang 1,* 1 College of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering, Shandong University of Science and. The mechanical behavior of extruded pure magnesium during low-cycle fatigue at room temperature was investigated using ultrasonic reflection methods with longitudinal and shear waves. The sound velocities and calculated mechanical properties. Young's and shear moduli, decreased by a large percentage with an increased number of cycles. However, Poisson's ratio and bulk modulus increased before. Development of ductile magnesium alloys is key to their use in reducing the weight of vehicles and other applications. Wu et al. tackle this issue by determining the underlying mechanisms in unprocessed magnesium alloys. Dilute amounts of solutes enhanced certain ductility-improving mechanisms over ones that cause brittle fracture. From this, the authors developed a theory that may be helpful.
orientations in pure magnesium through nanoindentation. In this way an attempt is to be made to correlate the mechanical property of pure magnesium with its texture/orientation. Because magnesium and its alloys strongly depends on texture due the inherent anisotropy of closed packed HCP crystal structure which having less slip plane[8,9] mechanical property in HPT processed pure magnesium To cite this article: Mohit Joshi et al 2014 IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 63 012074 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content Microstructural evolution of metastable austenitic steel during high-pressure torsion and subsequent heat treatment S Chen, A Shibata, L J Zhao et al.-Microstructures and mechanical. The microstructure can be modified and mechanical properties, wear resistance can be improved by alloying, cold working and heat treatment. In this regards, the present paper reports the influences of enhancement of magnesium contents on the mechanical properties and wear behavior of LM 6 aluminum alloy. Index Terms: LM 6 Aluminum alloy, wear. The mechanical properties—strength and tensile ductility—depend significantly on the composition, microstructure, texture, and temperature. The resultant properties of composites are strongly influenced by properties of both phases (metallic matrix and reinforcement) and processing techniques. The chemical composition of the matrix is a significant factor influencing the matrix. SiC and Al 18 B 4 O 33 particle/whisker reinforced (AZ91D) magnesium alloy matrix composites were fabricated by the melt stirring and casting and the squeeze casting. Some composites were fabricated under the semi-solid conditions and extruded at high temperature in order to improve the mechanical properties
Determination of the mechanical properties of extruded pure magnesium during tension-tension low-cycle fatigue using ultrasonic testing. 元データ Japan Institute of Metals 著者. Chiba Akihiko Inst. For Materials Res. Tohoku Univ. Chiba Akihiko Institute For Material Research Tohoku University 関連論文. Dynamic Recrystallization Behavior of Biomedical CCM Alloy with Additions of C and. Autor: Coelho, R. S. et al.; Genre: Zeitschriftenartikel; Im Druck veröffentlicht: 2008; Titel: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Magnesium Alloy AZ31B. The mechanical and corrosive properties of two Magnesium wires are studied in the field of microhardness, tension-, compression- And 3-point-bending tests, corrosion and its influence on the mechanical properties. Due to recrystallization during their complex forming processes (casting, extrusion, wire drawing), both wires show a fine grained microstructure resulting in high strength and. Mechanical and morphology properties of Poly(butylene succinate) reinforced by magnesium hydroxide sulfate hydrate whisker . Chuanhui Gao. a. College of Chemical Engineering, Qingdao University of Science & Technology, Qingdao 266042, China , Zetian Li, Xinhua Zhang, Jing Wang, Yuetao Liu, Wenpeng Zhao and Juan Liu . Abstract Mechanical property of pure magnesium: from orientation perspective pertaining to deviation from basal orientation. SK Sahoo, RK Sabat, S Panda, SC Mishra, S Suwas. Journal of materials engineering and performance 24 (6), 2346-2353, 2015. 20: 2015: Effect of temperature on microstructure and texture evolution during uniaxial tension of commercially pure titanium . BD Bishoyi, RK Sabat, J Sahu.
Pure magnesium shows the low strength and plasticity at ambient temperature. Microstructure, mechanical properties and degradation properties of the equal channel angular pressed pure magnesium have been investigated for biomedical application in detail by optical microscopes, mechanical properties testing and corrosion testing. The results have revealed that the processing temperature and. Magnesium, Magnesium Alloys, and Magnesium Composites introduces the science and current applications of this important metal, shedding light on the magnesium-based composites developed over the last fifteen years. Chapters include in-depth discussion of: The characteristics of pure magnesium—including atomic properties and crystal structure as well as physical, electrical, and mechanical.
Inter- and intragranular SiC-nanoparticle/Mg 2 Si composites were fabricated by plasma activated sintering, and the fracture toughness and thermoelectric properties were characterized. The toughness of the intragranular composite was 60% higher than that of pure Mg 2 Si. The electrical conductivity became lower compared with pure Mg 2 Si, however, it was independent of SiC content up to 5 vol% Effects of equal channel angular extrusion on the microstructure and high-temperature mechanical properties of ZA85 magnesium alloy. Che Yi Lin, Hao-Jan Tsai, Chuen-Guang Chao, Tzeng-Feng Liu . Department of Materials Science and Engineering; Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review. 18 Scopus citations. Overview; Fingerprint; Abstract. This study examined the.
Microstructures and mechanical properties of Mg-Zn-Zr-Dy wrought magnesium alloys Z H HUANG †, ‡∗,WJQI, K H ZHENG †, X M ZHANG‡,MLIU,ZMYUand J XU †Guangzhou Research Institute of Non-ferrous Metals, Guangzhou 510650, P.R. China ‡School of Materials Science and Engineering, Central South University, Changsha 410083, P.R. China MS received 19 February 2012; revised 6 June. a cobalt fraction in the range of a few percent on the magnetic and mechanical properties of Mg-Co alloys is rare in literature [5, 6]. In addition, the interac tions of cobalt and nonmagnetic alloying elements like zinc, which is generally used in order to improve the mechanical strength of magnesium alloys , are hardly known. Binary Mg-Co alloys manufactured by gravity die casting (G DC. Since the normal die castingwould cause gas porosity and limit the mechanical properties of magnesium alloys, extruded androlled magnesium alloys were developed to fit for more industrial requirements . Some of themost commercial Mg alloys are listed in Table.1 :AZ series(Mg-Al-Zn)AM series(Mg-Al-Mn)AE series(Mg-Al-RE)EZ series(Mg-RE-Zn)ZK series(Mg-Zn-Zr)WE series(Mg-RE-Zr)The typical. Influence of AlN Nanoparticle Addition on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Extruded Pure Magnesium and an Aluminum-Free Mg-Zn-Y Alloy . Abstract A pure Mg and a ZW0303 alloy metal matrix nanocomposite reinforced with AlN nanoparticles were prepared assisted by mechanical stirring and sonication for deagglomeration of particles. The produced nanocomposites were investigated to. mechanical and the thermal properties of kenaf (KF) reinforced fiber polypropylene (PP)/magnesium hydroxide (MH) composites. Pure PP sampleshow low tensile, s flexural and flame retardant properties. It was found that KF and MH filler insertion improved the properties of PP composites. The incrementa
Size-related Mechanical Properties of Pure Magnesium. Magnesium (Mg) is the lightest structural metal in the world. Therefore, Mg alloys hold great promise for weight-saving applications in the automotive and aerospace industries. However, the hexagonal close-packed (HCP) structure of Mg alloys results in limited dislocation plasticity and. One of the important reasons why pure magnesium has not been used widely is its mechanical properties, being lower than most structural metallic materials. Thus, a reinforcement phase is often employed to increase the mechanical properties of porous magnesium. Carbon nanofiber is used as the reinforcement phase in this experimentation. Based on the experimental results, high porosity will. However, the corrosion rate of pure magnesium is inappropriate which limits its application [16−18]. Compared to other magnesium alloys, the AZ31 alloy with the lowest content of aluminum and good mechanical properties and corrosion resistance acts as a biodegradable material [16,19]. Titanium and its alloys are very suitable due to their unique properties such as high strength, low density.
mechanical properties of magnesium alloys due to solid-solution strengthening and fine dispersion of inter- metallic phases [24,25]. Little information was found about the influence of rare-earth elements on the me- chanical properties or microstructure of magnesium- lithium alloys. Wyss  indicated that 5.8% yttrium in two-phase magnesium-lithium alloys cause a refine- ment of the. Download Ashby chart as PNG: 1600 x 2172. All categories. E/ρ. E 1/2 /ρ. E 1/3 /ρ. 0.01 0.1 1 10 100 0.001 0.01 0.1 1 10 100 1000 10000 Density, ρ (g/cm³) Elastic modulus, E (GPa) ASTM B951 Grade 9990A Polymer Metal Composite Ceramic Glass Biological Material Min. mass design - Rod Min. mass design - Beam Min. mass design - Shell
Occurrence, properties, and uses. Known originally through compounds such as Epsom salts (the sulfate), magnesia or magnesia alba (the oxide), and magnesite (the carbonate), the silvery white element itself does not occur free in nature. It was first isolated in 1808 by Sir Humphry Davy, who evaporated the mercury from a magnesium amalgam made by electrolyzing a mixture of moist magnesia and. Herein we report on the fabrication and mechanical properties of Mg composites fabricated by pressureless melt infiltration of Mg and Mg alloys into porous preforms of TiC and Ti2AlC. The latter is a member of the MAX phases - viz. layered machinable ternary carbides and nitrides - some of which are relatively light and stiff. In this study, pure Mg and three, commercially available, aluminum. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES. Chapter 6-2. Chapter 6- 3 6.1 Introduction • Mechanical properties: strength,hardness,ductility,stiffness. • ASTM: American society for testing and materials. Chapter 6-4 Elastic means reversible! Elastic Deformation 1. Initial 2. Small load 3. Unload F bonds stretch return to initial F Linear-elastic Non-Linear-elastic. Chapter 6-5 Plastic means permanent! Plastic.
The mechanical properties showed yield strength improvement by 0.2 percentage and Ultimate tensile strength (UTS) was also improved for all the nano-particles. But UTS was adversely affected with TiO 2 reinforcement while ductility was increased. With Cu reinforcement elastic modulus, hardness and fracture resistance increased and improved the co-efficient of thermal expansion (CTE) of Mg. Magnesium Alloys: General Information: Properties: Temper: Mg Alloys List: All: Castings: Bars and Shapes: Sheets and Plates: Resources: Bibliography: Essentials of Manufacturing . Information, coverage of important developments and expert commentary in manufacturing. Design-2-Part. How OEM's can make their parts better, faster, and more efficient. Laser Focus World. Semiconductors, medical. Magnesium and magnesium based alloys are lightweight metallic materials that are extremely biocompatible and have similar mechanical properties to natural bone. These materials have the po tential to function as an osteo conductive and biodegradable substitute in load bearing applications in the field of hard tissue engineering. However, the.
Tensile stress-strain curves for the pure AZ91 magnesium alloy and the CNT filled as well as nanometer-sized SiC filled composites are shown in Figure 6. It exhibits that the pure AZ91 magnesium alloy, the SiC nanoparticle filled AZ91, and CNT filled AZ91 composites show a brittle type of curves, but the addition of SiC nanoparticles or CNTs results in little increase in the yield and tensile. dency of the mechanical properties of extruded AZ3lB-F magnesium alloy are presented herein. This information was compiled :from :the results o:f compression tests run in hydraulic :fluid environments pressurized ii to 50,000 psi, and tension tests run . in . the atmosphere. Specimen axial load and longitudinal strain were recorded and converted to effective stress and effective strain.
Microstructure and mechanical properties of magnesium containing high volume fractions of yttria dispersoids B.Q. Han, D.C. Dunand * Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern Uni6ersity, 2225North Campus Dri6e, E6anston, IL 60208, USA Received 14 December 1998; received in revised form 1 February 1999 Abstract This paper examines the room-temperature microstructure and. Microstructures, Textures and Mechanical Properties Evolution during Cold Drawing of Pure Mg 9. Figure 1. Microstructure and texture of the initial pure Mg wire. (The sample direction of the inverse pole figures is drawing direction). 10 −3·s 1 and micro-hardness tests were carried out with pressure of 100 N and time of 15 s respectively proved mechanical properties. These alloys gen-erally possess much better elevated-temperature properties, but the more costly elemental addi-tions combined with the specialized manufactur- ing technology required result in signiﬁcantly Table 2 Rest potential of magnesium electrodes under various aqueous solutions Electrolyte ER (vs NHE) N NaCl 1.72 N Na 2SO 4-2.8 1.75 N Na 2CrO 4 0.96 N.
By far the greatest use of magnesium is as an alloying element in aluminum. In amounts ranging from less than 1 percent to approximately 10 percent, magnesium enhances the mechanical properties as well as the corrosion resistance of aluminum alloys. Similarly, pure aluminum is used as an alloying element in many magnesium-based alloys affects its mechanical properties, water resistance, and thermal insulation performance. INTRODUCTION Foamed concrete is also known as foamed cement, lightweight concrete. Air, nitrogen, carbon dioxide or oxygen is introduced into cement-based materials such as mortar and cement paste by physical or chemical foaming. After forming and curing, the foamed concrete contains a large number of.
flux of pure water, retention, pore diameter, porosity, mechanical property, adsorption, and micro structure for membrane, fully utilize the characters of nanometer materials to perfect the property of PVDF membrane, endows its charged property to enhance its function, and studied the influence of the introduction of different nanometer material out the mechanical properties of Aluminum composite material & find the working capacity with compare pure Aluminum metal. to.pure metals have some limitations like low melting points, low porosity, low elasiticty etc. in technology Sector we used composite material to make an much effective prototype or mechanical structure having very good mechanical properties. Properties of composite. Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Magnesium Alloy AZ31B Laser Beam Welds. Material Science and Engineering A, 485 , 20-30. Item is Freigegebe
This article presents the following characteristics of pure metals : structure, chemical composition, mass characteristics, thermal properties, electrical properties, chemical properties, magnetic properties, optical properties, fabrication characteristics, nuclear properties, and mechanical properties Improving the Properties of Magnesium Alloys for High Temperature Applications269In the previous works it was observed that AZ91 alloy had poor mechanical properties atelevated temperatures. This was due to the low melting point of the phase which canreadily coarsen and soften at elevated temperatures [Moreno et al., 2001; Meshinchi Asl etal., 2010], thus REs were added to AZ91 alloy which. Laser penetration welding of magnesium alloys and pure titanium TA2 with unequal thickness was performed. Mg base metal with different Al content (AZ31B, AZ61A, AZ91D) was used to investigate the influence of Al element in microstructure and mechanical properties of Mg/Ti dissimilar joints. The results revealed that the change of Mg base metal did not influence the weld appearance of the joints
thermal analyses (DTA), Mechanical properties were studied using vickers microhardness tester. The doping result in morphological changes and significantly improves the second harmonic generation (SHG) efficiency of the host crystal. I. Introduction: Potassium hydrogen phthalate (KAP) crystal is well known for its application in the production of crystal analyser for long wave X-ray. The mechanical properties of the tested materials were shown in Fig. 2. All the mechanical properties of the alloys including the modulus, YS, UTS, and elongation were significantly improved compared with that of pure Mg. The YS of the alloys varied between 59.3 to 118.5 MPa, and the UTS of RE alloys were between 187.0 to 232.8 MPa. R3 had the highest YS and UTS. R1 and R2 also exhibited most. Mechanical properties Comparison 109 Pa 0.2 8 0.6 1 Magnesium, Aluminum Platinum Silver, Gold Tantalum Zinc, Ti Steel, Ni Molybdenum Graphite Si crystal Glass -soda Concrete Si nitride Al oxide PC Wood( grain) AFRE( fibers) * CFRE * GFRE* Glass fibers only Carbon fibers only Aramid fibers only Epoxy only 0.4 0.8 2 4 6 10 20 40 60 80 100 200 600 800 1000 1200 400 Tin Cu alloys Tungsten <100. Surmeneva MA, Tyurin AI, Mukhametkaliyev TM, Pirozhkova TS, Shuvarin IA, Syrtanov MS et al. Enhancement of the mechanical properties of AZ31 magnesium alloy via nanostructured hydroxyapatite thin films fabricated via radio-frequency magnetron sputtering. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. 2015 Jun 1;46:127-136