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Simultaneous effects of strain rate and temperature on mechanical response of fabricated Mg–SiC nanocomposite
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کلیدواژه‌ها
Magnesium nanocomposite, dynamic powder compaction, numerical simulation, split Hopkinson pressure bar, SiC
چکیده
Mg–SiC nanocomposite samples were fabricated using split Hopkinson pressure bar for different SiC volume fractions and under different temperature conditions. The microstructures and mechanical properties of the samples including microhardness and stress–strain curves were captured from quasi-static and dynamic tests carried out using Instron and split Hopkinson pressure bar, respectively. Nanocomposites were produced by hot and high-rate compaction method using split Hopkinson pressure bar. Temperature also significantly affects relative density and can lead to 2.5% increase in density. Adding SiC-reinforcing particles to samples increased their Vickers microhardness from 46 VH to 68 VH (45% increase) depending on the compaction temperature. X-ray diffraction analysis showed that by increasing temperature from 25℃ to 450℃, the Mg crystallite size increases from 37 nm to 72 nm and decreases the lattice strain from 45% to 30%. In quasi-static tests, the ultimate compressive strength for the compaction temperature of 450℃ was improved from 123% for Mg–0 vol.% SiC to 200% for the Mg–10 vol.% SiC samples compared with those of the compaction at room temperature. In dynamic tests, the ultimate strength for Mg–10 vol.% SiC sample compacted at high strain rate increased remarkably by 110% compared with that for Mg–0 vol.% SiC sample compacted at low strain rate.
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