|About this Abstract
||2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Ultrafine-grained and Heterostructured Materials (UFGH XII)
||The role of the interface in ARB processed laminated metallic composites (LMCs) with different architectures
||Moritz Kuglstatter, Heinz Werner Höppel, Mathias Göken, Jonas Fecher, Frank Kümmel
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Most of the time material properties were attributed to microstructural characteristics as grain size or precipitation volume fraction etc. For ultrafine-grained or heterostructured (UFGH) materials the importance of interfaces and their characteristics gained more and more attention. Especially in the field of UFGH materials produces by severe plastic deformation processes, like accumulative roll bonding (ARB), interfaces can be tailored and systematically studied within different material systems. Nevertheless, up to now it is still unclear which interface characteristics are important and how do they affect mechanical properties. By systematic characterization of different laminated metallic composites (LMCs) processes by ARB, it is possible to isolate different interface properties like young’s modulus, hardness or crystallographic compatibility to shed light on the role of interfaces over different length scales. Therefore, mechanical testing like tensile, hardness and nanoindentation tests as well as microstructural analysis in SEM and TEM were conducted on LMCs with different architectures.
||Mechanical Properties, Composites, Other