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000128564 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.compscitech.2006.04.005
000128564 02470 $$2ISI$$a000244140500040
000128564 037__ $$aARTICLE
000128564 245__ $$aAlloying effects on microstructure and mechanical properties of high volume fraction SiC-particle reinforced Al-MMCs made by squeeze casting infiltration
000128564 269__ $$a2007
000128564 260__ $$c2007
000128564 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000128564 520__ $$aThe mechanical properties of high volume fraction SiC-particle reinforced Al-based metal matrix composites (MMCs) produced by means of pressurized liquid metal infiltration (squeeze casting) are shown to be triggered by matrix alloying and heat treatment procedures. It is distinguished between the effect of those alloying elements that only act on matrix strengthening, leaving the interface unaffected, and those alloying elements that interact with both (i.e. Mg). Among the first category a further sub-division is made between pure solid solution and precipitation hardening elements (i.e. Zn and Cu, ZnMg, respectively). In particular, this study addresses the effect of alloying and age hardening for AlCu3 and AlZn6MgI as well as the specific role of Mg additions to Al/SiC MMCs on interface microstructure formation, mechanical properties and fracture mode. For instance, it is shown that single additions of Mg catalyse the formation of Al4C3 whereas additions of Cu as well as (Zn + Mg) provide opportunities to enhance the composites' strength
000128564 6531_ $$ametal matrix composites (MMCs)
000128564 6531_ $$amechanical properties
000128564 6531_ $$amicrostructure
000128564 6531_ $$ainterface
000128564 6531_ $$afracture
000128564 6531_ $$aliquid metal infiltration (LMI)
000128564 6531_ $$aAge hardening
000128564 6531_ $$aalloy
000128564 6531_ $$aAlloying effects
000128564 6531_ $$aAlloying elements
000128564 6531_ $$aAluminum
000128564 6531_ $$aA. Metal matrix composites (MMCs)
000128564 6531_ $$aB. Fracture
000128564 6531_ $$aB. Interface
000128564 6531_ $$aB. Mechanical properties
000128564 6531_ $$aB. Microstructure
000128564 6531_ $$acomposite
000128564 6531_ $$aE. Liquid metal infiltration (LMI)
000128564 6531_ $$aFracture
000128564 6531_ $$aInfiltration
000128564 6531_ $$ainterfacial property
000128564 6531_ $$aLiquid metal infiltration
000128564 6531_ $$aMechanical properties
000128564 6531_ $$amechanical property
000128564 6531_ $$ametal
000128564 6531_ $$aMetallic matrix composites
000128564 6531_ $$aMicrostructure
000128564 6531_ $$aSilicon
000128564 6531_ $$aSilicon carbide
000128564 6531_ $$aSolid solutions
000128564 6531_ $$aSqueeze casting infiltration
000128564 6531_ $$aStrengthening (metal)
000128564 6531_ $$aThermal effects
000128564 6531_ $$aVolume fraction
000128564 700__ $$aBeffort, O.
000128564 700__ $$aLong, S. Y.
000128564 700__ $$0248450$$g112215$$aCayron, C.
000128564 700__ $$aKuebler, J.
000128564 700__ $$aBuffat, P. A.$$g104664$$0240619
000128564 773__ $$j67$$tComposites Science and Technology$$k3-4$$q737-745
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000128564 937__ $$aCIME-ARTICLE-2008-009
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