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AuthorHabibi, Meisam K.
AuthorQian, Min
AuthorHamouda, Abdelmajid S.
AuthorGupta, Manoj
Available date2016-10-09T10:44:31Z
Publication Date2012-12
Publication NameMaterials & Designen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2012.05.037
CitationMeisam K. Habibi, Min Qian, Abdelmajid S. Hamouda, Manoj Gupta, Differentiating the mechanical response of hierarchical magnesium nano-composites as a function of temperature, Materials & Design, Volume 42, December 2012, Pages 102-110
ISSN02613069
URIhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0261306912003470
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/4844
AbstractThe effect of temperature change on quasi-static mechanical response of monolithic Mg alongside hierarchical Mg/Al–Al2O3 nano-composites synthesized through powder metallurgy route followed by microwave assisted rapid sintering technique and hot extrusion in 25–200°C temperature range is investigated here. It was observed that in the case of both monolithic Mg and hierarchical Mg/Al–Al2O3 nano-composites, due to temperature increase, strength compromised while failure strain tremendously increased. The asymmetry in tension and compression also tends to vanish as temperature increases. These observed variations in strength and ductility were ascribed to the activity of non-basal slip systems and dynamic recovery at high temperature. It was also observed that presence of composite Al–Al2O3 particles (level-I particles) significantly assisted in improving mechanical response of Mg either at ambient or elevated temperature. Considering the crystallographic texture, the different mechanical response of Mg due to presence of level-I particles as a function of temperature is differentiated here.
SponsorQatar National Research Foundation through research Grant # NPRP08-424-2-171 (R-265-000-346-597) and NUS research scholarship
Languageen
PublisherElsevier, Ltd
SubjectMetal–matrix composites
SubjectHigh-temperature properties
SubjectMechanical properties
TitleDifferentiating the mechanical response of hierarchical magnesium nano-composites as a function of temperature
TypeArticle
Pagination102-110
Volume Number42


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