Effect of ageing on the mechanical behaviour ofalluminium alloy AA2009 reinforced with SIC particles
Keywords:Composite, aluminium matrix, ageing kinetic, mechanical properties,
A study of the mechanical behaviour of an aluminium matrix composite (AA2009) reinforced with 15 volume percent of SiC particles has been carried out. The ageing kinetic for this material has been evaluated at two different ageing temperatures (170 and 190 °C). The hardness peaks for the two different precipitation sequences existing in the matrix alloy have been identified. The mechanical behaviour of the composite was also evaluated for the different thermal conditions (as-received and aged). This research has been completed with the identification of the fracture mechanisms by means of observation with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) both of the fracture surface and transversal sections of them. In addittion, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) of the treated composites has been used to determine the influence of the SiC particles on the distribution of strengthening phases precipitated in the matrix
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Rodrigo, P., Poza, P., Utrilla, M. V., & Ureña, A. (2005). Effect of ageing on the mechanical behaviour ofalluminium alloy AA2009 reinforced with SIC particles. Revista De Metalurgia, 41(4), 298–307. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.2005.v41.i4.218
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