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|Title:||Mechanical properties of metallic glass matrix composites: Effects of reinforcement character and connectivity|
|Authors:||Fu, X.L. |
|Citation:||Fu, X.L., Li, Y., Schuh, C.A. (2007-04). Mechanical properties of metallic glass matrix composites: Effects of reinforcement character and connectivity. Scripta Materialia 56 (7) : 617-620. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||We present a systematic study of the room-temperature mechanical behavior of in situ Zr-based bulk metallic glass matrix composites over the full range of reinforcement volume fractions (f = 0-100%). In line with prior work, our data show a transition where the deformation behavior is governed by the properties of the glassy matrix at low f and by those of the reinforcement phase at high f. However, unlike the situation in ductile-phase reinforced glasses, where percolation of the second phase is apparently beneficial, we show that a high volume fraction of brittle reinforcement is undesirable. © 2006 Acta Materialia Inc.|
|Source Title:||Scripta Materialia|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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