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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Metal-Matrix Composites: Analysis, Modeling, Observations and Interpretations
Presentation Title Aluminum Matrix Composite Fabricated using Additive Friction Stir Deposition
Author(s) Yuzheng Zhang, William Harrigan
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Yuzheng Zhang
Abstract Scope Additive friction stir welding is a solid-state additive manufacturing method developed by MELD Manufacturing. This friction stir additive manufacturing technology is well suited for building large metal matrix composite (MMC) components and can achieve a near-net shape by replacing the conventional metal processing routes such as extrusion, rolling and forging. A good dispersion of reinforcing particles can be preserved as the solid-state stirring prevents the reinforcing particles from agglomeration. In addition, the severe plastic deformation introduced during friction stir welding often results in fine grain sizes and isotropic mechanical properties comparable to the wrought counterpart. In this work, an aluminum-based metal matrix composite reinforced with micron-sized spherical alumina particles will be built using the MELD method. The microstructure evolution and the resulting tensile properties of the additive sample will be investigated and compared with the wrought counterpart using advanced characterization tools.
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4D X-ray Tomography and Correlative Microscopy of Composite Materials
A 3-D Multiple-Slip Crystal Plasticity Model for Precipitate Hardening in Additively Manufactured High-Strength Steels
Aluminum Matrix Composite Fabricated using Additive Friction Stir Deposition
Design of Steel Microstructures by Manipulation of Reinforcement Precipitates using Finite Element Methods
Effect of graphene interlayer on the resistance spot welded similar and dissimilar materials.
Effect of prestrain on tensile property of TiNif/Mg composite
Effect of reinforced materials size on corrosion and wear behavior of Cu/B4C metal matrix composites fabricated by friction stir processing
Effects of Interface Characteristics on High Volume Fraction Al/SiCp Composites under Compressive Stress
Fabrication of multi-layered aluminum/carbon fiber composite for electromagnetic interference shielding.
In situ synthesis of Al/Al2O3 nanocomposites via spark plasma sintering of nano-sized Al powders
Investigation of Friction Stir Spot Welding of Aluminium Alloys using Zinc as an Interlayer
Lightweight Radiation Shielding Using Metal Matrix Composites
Mechanical properties of Al-based metal matrix composites produced by constrained high pressure torsion
Mechanical Testing of Steel and Tungsten Fibers for Use in Composites for Fusion Applications
Microstructure analysis and modeling of the effective properties of damaged Fe-TiB2 metal matrix composites
Microstructures and wear behavior of titanium matrix composite coatings fabricated by gas tungsten arc cladding
Microstructure, Interfaces and Mechanical Properties of Nano Composites Manufactured in Solid State
Processing and Microstructural Characterization of Novel Invar Syntactic Foams
Role of Matrix Microstructure on the Mechanical Behavior and Corrosion Response of Two Magnesium Metal Matrix composites
Simultaneously applied electromagnetic and mechanical ultrasound for particle dispersion in liquid metals
Synthesis and characterization of in-situ formed TiB2 particulate reinforced Al-Si alloy composites
The Effect of Solution Treatment Aging on Hardness Improvement of Ti-6Al-4V/TiC Metal Matrix Composite
Volume Fraction Analysis of Alumina Reinforced Aluminum Composites

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