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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Metal-Matrix Composites: Advances in Analysis, Measurement and Observations
Presentation Title Influence of Tungsten Nanoparticles on Enhancing the Aging Behavior of a Copper-chromium Alloy
Author(s) Gongcheng Yao, Shuaihang Pan, Xiaochun Li
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Gongcheng Yao
Abstract Scope Cu-Cr alloys are a class of high-strength high-conductivity Cu alloys. However, limited by the Cu-Cr phase diagram, the strength of Cu-Cr alloys by precipitation-hardening has reached a certain limit. Suitable nanoparticles incorporating into Cu-Cr alloys, i.e. nano-treating, are expected to modify the aging behavior and further improve their properties. In this study, Cu-Cr alloy containing tungsten (W) nanoparticles was cast. The aging behavior of the nano-treated Cu-Cr and Cu-Cr counterparts is assessed. W nanoparticles accelerate the precipitation, leading to a significant reduction in the peak-aging time. Besides, the microhardness of the nano-treated Cu-Cr is increased over Cu-Cr after 45-min aging. Cold rolling can further enhance the microhardness of the nano-treated Cu-Cr. Moreover, the nano-treated sample exhibits improved thermal stability. Thus, nano-treating the Cu-Cr alloy by W nanoparticles is promising to break the limits of current Cu-Cr alloys.
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