May 27, 2019The relation between flow behavior and microstructural evolution was addressed, and a processing map for the isothermal compression was constructed. An optimum hot deformation condition (800 °C/10 1 s 1) was found for (CoCrFeMnNi) 95 C 5 alloy, to achieve the highest hardness for tool steel applications. The deformation mechanism for dynamic recrystallization is also discussed.
Sep 08, 2015Hence the plastic deformation or even severe plastic deformation is in great demand to improve the uniform distribution of the in situ nanoparticles and meet the potential mechanical property of these nanocomposites. Nevertheless, the hot deformation behaviors of these in situ nanoparticlereinforced MMCs are not previously invested so far.Cited by 14Publish Year 2019Author Yi-Tao Wang, Jian-Bo Li, Yun-Chang Xin, Xian-Hua Chen, Muhammad Rashad, Bin Liu, Yong LiuNano- and Micro-Scale Deformation Behavior of brittle failure the period of plastic deformation is short while in a ductile failure, it is long. Therefore, an accurate quantification of elastic moduli is important to ARMA 18055 Nano- and Micro-Scale Deformation Behavior of Sandstone and ShaleCited by 16Publish Year 2017Author Debao Liu, Yichi Liu, Yue Zhao, Yue Zhao, Y. Huang, Minfang ChenThermal deformation behavior of the Al2O3-Cu/(W, Cr hot deformation behavior of nanoThe hot deformation behavior of four different steels in the as-cast condition was investigated by means of hot compression tests conducted at temperatures ranging from 1100 °C up to 1200 °C, and at strain rates in between 0.12 and 2.4 s 1.The primary focus of this work was to check the possibility to increase the strain rate during the rough preliminary working of the ingots, i.e., to hot deformation behavior of nano
Feb 01, 2018The hot deformation behavior and processing characteristics of AZ91 alloy and nano-SiCp/AZ91 composite were compared at temperature ranges of 523 K673 K and strain rates of 0.0011 s 1.Positive impact of SiC nanoparticles on pinning grain boundaries and inhibiting grain growth was not obvious when deformation temperature was below 623 K, but was remarkable when the temperature Cited by 1Publish Year 2018Author Zhihao Zhao, Yutao Zhao, Xizhou Kai, Ran Tao, Renfa Ding, Liang LiangEstimated Reading Time 9 minsMaterials Free Full-Text Hot Deformation Behavior and hot deformation behavior of nanoThe hot deformation behavior of nano-SiCp/Al-Si composites was studied by isothermal compression tests at 470530 °C and strain rates of 0.015 s 1. A strain-compensation constitutive model was developed with a Z parameter and an Arrhenius function, and its accuracy was verified by error analysis.Cited by 1Publish Year 2019Author Kyu Ho Yeon, Hyun Soon Park, Mok Soon Kim, Seung Baek Yu, Jeong Keun LeeHot deformation behavior of nano-sized TiB reinforced Ti hot deformation behavior of nano3 rowsJan 01, 2020The hot deformation behavior of TMCs is affected by deformation conditions (i.e. hot deformation behavior of nano
The application of magnesium alloys is greatly limited because of their relatively low strength and ductility. An effective way to improve the mechanical properties of magnesium alloy is to refine the grains. As the race for better materials performance is never ending, attempts to develop viable techniques for microstructure refinement continue.Cited by 2Publish Year 2018Author M. A. Ante, M. G. Lingareddy, F. Aminzadeh, B. JhaHot Deformation Behavior of a New AlMnSc Alloymaterials Article Hot Deformation Behavior of a New AlMnSc Alloy Weiqi Kang 1, Yi Yang 1,* , Sheng Cao 2,* , Lei Li 3, Shewei Xin 3, Hao Wang 4, Zhiqiang Cao 1, Enquan Liang 5, Xi Zhang 5 and Aijun Huang 6 1 School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai 200093, China; [email protected] (W.K.); [email protected] (Z.C.)Cited by 2Publish Year 2020Author Yuankui Cao, Yong Liu, Yunping Li, Bin Liu, Rongjun Xu PHASES VOLUME FRACTION (%) VOLUME FRACTION (%) VOLUME FRACTION ( Ti-6Al-4V/2.5%TiB Ti-6Al-4V/5%TiB Ti-6Al-4V/10%TiB - TiB 2.3 4.7 8.9 phase 14.3 11.4 10.5 3 rows on sciencedirectHot Deformation Behavior of Nano-Precipitation hot deformation behavior of nanoThe hot deformation behavior of nanoprecipitation strengthening steel was studied using a Gleeble-3500 thermo-mechanical simulator. The results show that the peak stress reduces as the temperature increases, and increases as the strain rate increases. The dynamic recrystallization will more likely occur at higher deformation temperature and lower strain rate.
Jun 17, 2018Using core samples of shale from the Monterey Formation and tight sandstone from the Dominguez Hills in California, we conduct nanoindentation, scanning electron microscopy and particle-based simulation to understand the difference in deformation behavior of shale and sandstone under different loading-unloading conditions.Cited by 2Publish Year 2020Author Zhen Wang, Aiqin Wang, Jingpei Xie, Pei LiuHot Deformation Behavior and Microstructure Evolution May 17, 2020in the hot deformation process. And it reduces the average orientation difference between subgrains. The dynamic recrystallization nucleation can be suppressed. However, the research of hot deformation behavior of particle reinforced AMCs is mainly focused on single micron or nano reinforced particles [24-26].Cited by 5Publish Year 2020Author Kangsen Li, Gang Xu, Xiaohua Liu, Feng GongEffect of SiC Nanoparticles on Hot Deformation Behavior hot deformation behavior of nanoFeb 01, 2018The hot deformation behavior and processing characteristics of AZ91 alloy and nano-SiCp/AZ91 composite were compared at temperature ranges of 523 K-673 K and strain rates of 0.001-1 s-1. Positive impact of SiC nanoparticles on pinning grain boundaries and inhibiting grain growth was not obvious when deformation temperature was below 623 K, but hot deformation behavior of nano
Jul 23, 2020In the nanoscale glass formation, the flow and deformation behavior of glass materials are quite different from those in the macroscale because the mold cavity influences the viscous flow behaviors of glass because of the size effect. The knowledge of macroglass molding process no longer applies to the fabrication of glass microparts by hot embossing.Cited by 7Publish Year 2018Author Kaibo Nie, Xinkai Kang, Kunkun Deng, Ting Wang, Yachao Guo, Hongxia WangEstimated Reading Time 8 mins"The hot deformation behavior and microstructure evolution hot deformation behavior of nanoThe hot deformation behavior of nano-sized hydroxylapatite (HA) reinforced Mg-3Zn-0.8Zr composites were performed by means of Gleeble-1500D thermal simulation machine in a temperature range of 523673 K and a strain rate range of 0.0011 s 1, and the microstructure evolution during hot compression deformation were also investigated. The results show that the flow stress increases hot deformation behavior of nanoCited by 7Publish Year 2018Author Kaibo Nie, Xinkai Kang, Kunkun Deng, Ting Wang, Yachao Guo, Hongxia WangHot Deformation Behavior and Strain-Compensated hot deformation behavior of nanoApr 11, 20203.1. Hot Deformation Behavior Figure 3 shows the flow curves of nano-SiCp/Al-Si composites obtained through isothermal hot compression experiments at 470 530 °C and strain rates of 0.1 5 sº 1. It can be seen from Figure 3 that the flow stress was significantly affected by the hot deformation conditions. With the increase in
Deformation and fracture behavior of commercially pure titanium with gradient nano-to-micron-grained surface layer Yan-fei YIN 1,2, Wei XU 1, Qiao-yan SUN1, Lin XIAO , Jun SUN 1. State Key Laboratory for Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Xian Jiaotong University, Xian 710049, China; 2.Effect of Aluminum Alloying on the Hot Deformation hot deformation behavior of nanoThe deformation behavior of Si (100) film was investigated using nanoindentation and nanoscratch methods. The load-displacement data were obtained for low and high peak loads. The low load indentations produced elbows whereas high load indentations caused pop-outs, the rea for which were discussed to be phase transformation induced plasticity of Si.Hot deformation behavior and processing map of in-situ hot deformation behavior of nanoHot deformation behavior of in situ 2 vol. % nano ZrB 2 /AA6111 composites was researched in the deformation temperature range from 300 °C to 450 °C and the strain rate from 0.01 s 1 to 10 s 1. The experimental result indicated that the flow stress decreased with decreasing strain rate and increasing temperature, and the flow curves showed a rising trend and significant fluctuation after
Applying the hot deformation simulator (WUMSI) to hot rolling conditions in the A2 and B2-order regimes in combination with data analysis, significant changes in deformation behavior are identified. These conditions are selected for performing hot rolling experiments. The differences in Phases Volume fraction (%) Volume fraction (%) Volume fraction (%) Ti-6Al-4V/2.5%TiB Ti-6Al-4V/5%TiB Ti-6Al-4V/10%TiB TiB 2.3 4.7 8.9 phase 14.3 11.4 10.5 May 3 2021Author: Yuankui Cao, Yong Liu, Yunping Li, Bin Liu, Rongjun XuCited by: 2Publish Year: 2020Hot deformation behavior of nano-sized TiB reinforced Ti hot deformation behavior of nanoWas this helpful?Characterization of Hot Deformation Behavior of Nanosized hot deformation behavior of nanoThe hot deformation behavior of Al6061/Nano-AlO composites were investigated at temperatures of 300 to 500 °C and strain rates of 0.0011/s using compression tests. The composite fabricated by the infiltration method consisted of an Al matrix and AlO particles with a mean size of 200 nm. Interes hot deformation behavior of nanotypes of deformationdeformation of materialsSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement. For more information, please see here.
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