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|Title:||Effect of the extent of reinforcement interconnectivity on the properties of an aluminum alloy|
|Source:||Ganesh, V.V., Gupta, M. (2001-02-02). Effect of the extent of reinforcement interconnectivity on the properties of an aluminum alloy. Scripta Materialia 44 (2) : 305-310. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1359-6462(00)00587-X|
|Abstract:||Continuous fiber reinforced metal matrix composites exhibits much improved properties in terms of specific strength and stiffness at room and elevated temperatures when compared to other types of reinforced materials. The study which shows the effects of the extent of reinforcement interconnectivity on the properties of an aluminum alloy is presented. The materials were synthesized using conventional casting followed by hot extrusion and were characterized for physical and mechanical properties along with the microstructural features. Particular emphasis is placed to rationalize the physical and mechanical behavior of the composite materials in terms of the degree of reinforcement interconnectivity.|
|Source Title:||Scripta Materialia|
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