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|Title:||Nitride nanoparticle addition to beneficially reinforce hybrid magnesium alloys|
|Authors:||Paramsothy, M. |
|Citation:||Paramsothy, M., Chan, J., Kwok, R., Gupta, M. (2013-02). Nitride nanoparticle addition to beneficially reinforce hybrid magnesium alloys. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science 44 (2) : 1123-1138. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11661-012-1433-9|
|Abstract:||This study is aimed at understanding the function of two nitride nanoparticles regarding altering the mechanical properties of hybrid magnesium alloys in relation to nanoparticle-matrix reactivity. Nitride nanoparticles were selected for reinforcement purposes due to the affinity between magnesium and nitrogen (in parallel with the well-known magnesium-oxygen affinity). AZ91/ZK60A and AZ31/AZ91 hybrid magnesium alloys were reinforced with AlN and Si 3N4 nanoparticles (respectively) using solidification processing followed by hot extrusion. Each nitride nanocomposite exhibited higher tensile strength than the corresponding monolithic hybrid alloy. However, AZ91/ZK60A/AlN exhibited slightly lower tensile ductility than AZ91/ZK60A, while AZ31/AZ91/Si3N4 exhibited higher tensile ductility than AZ31/AZ91. The formation of high strain zones (HSZs) (from particle surfaces inclusive) during tensile deformation as a significant mechanism supporting ductility enhancement was addressed. AZ91/ZK60A/AlN exhibited lower and higher compressive strength and ductility (respectively) compared to AZ91/ZK60A, while AZ31/AZ91/Si3N4 exhibited higher and unchanged compressive strength and ductility (respectively) compared to AZ31/AZ91. Nanograin formation (recrystallization) during room temperature compressive deformation (as a toughening mechanism) in relation to nanoparticle-stimulated nucleation (NSN) ability was also discussed. The beneficial (as well as comparative) effects of the respective nitride nanoparticle on each hybrid alloy are studied in this article. © 2012 The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society and ASM International.|
|Source Title:||Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science|
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