Powder metallurgy processing of Mg-WTi (% voL) composites
Keywords:Powder metallurgy, Mechanical properties, Composite, Magnesium, Metallic reinforcement
The present study deals with the mechanical characterization at temperatures between 25 and 300 °C of a magnesium matrix composite reinforced with a 10 % volume fraction of titanium particles. The Mg-10Ti (vol.%) composite was processed by a powder metallurgy involving mixing of powders, cold pressing and extrusion at 400 °C. The composite shows high strength (218 MPa) and some elongation (4,7 %) at room temperature, higher than those reported for most of magnesium matrix composites. The gradual decrease in the mechanical properties of the composite at temperatures above 100 °C indicates the beneficial effect of titanium reinforcement.
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Pérez, P., Garcés, G., & Adeva, P. (2005). Powder metallurgy processing of Mg-WTi (% voL) composites. Revista De Metalurgia, 41(Extra), 250–254. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.2005.v41.iExtra.1034
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