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Effect of temperature on ductility and fracture mechanisms of 2124/SiCp composite

Author(s): G.M. La Vecchia, C. Badinf & P. Cobelli

Abstract:
The high production costs of metal matrix composites (MMCs) sustain the effort of increasing the use of near-net shape technologies.

The need of obtaining structural components showing improved properties with respect to the semi- finished products (billets or ingots) imposes not only the choice of the proper manufacturing technology but, also, the selection of the optimised processing parameters in order to acquire a refined material microstructure without defects like microcracks.

Among hot deformation processes, attractive for their relatively low cost, forging is particularly difficult to optimise because of the ...

Pages: 10
Size: 1,317 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/DM000401

 

 

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