Evolution of mechanical properties during crystallization of amorphous Mg-Ni ribbons
Keywords:Magnesium alloys, Amorphous, Mechanical properties
The evolution of mechanical properties with temperature of rapidly solidified Mg23Ni and Mg-35Ni (mass %) have been studied by tensile tests. Both alloys crystallize in the test temperature range (room temperature-350 °C). The process takes place in two steps for Mg23Ni and in one step for Mg35Ni. The microstructural changes in the alloys by the crystallisation processes are responsible for mechanical properties evolution with temperature as well as for differences observed between both alloys.
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Pérez, P., Garcés, G., Caruana, G., & Adeva, P. (2005). Evolution of mechanical properties during crystallization of amorphous Mg-Ni ribbons. Revista De Metalurgia, 41(Extra), 244–249. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.2005.v41.iExtra.1033
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