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Compressive deformation and damage of Mg-based metallic glass interpenetrating phase composite containing 30-70 vol% titanium

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posted on 2024-06-03, 14:14 authored by Y Sun, H Zhang, A Wang, H Fu, Z Hu, C Wen, Peter HodgsonPeter Hodgson
Mg-based metallic glass interpenetrating phase composites (IPCs) containing 30-70 vol% titanium was fabricated in this study. The effects of reinforced phase volume fraction and interspace on the mechanical properties were investigated systematically. With increasing the volume fraction of titanium, the fracture strength and strain increased up to 1860 MPa and 44%, respectively. The results showed that the critical volume fraction (around 40%) of Ti metal should be required for significantly improving plasticity of IPC. Decreasing the interspace of the titanium phase could lead to enhancement of yield and fracture strength. The deformation behavior and strengthening mechanisms were discussed in detail.

History

Journal

Journal of materials research

Volume

25

Pagination

2192-2196

Location

New York, N.Y.

ISSN

0884-2914

eISSN

2044-5326

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

2010, Cambridge University Press

Issue

11

Publisher

Cambridge University Press