Deformation Behavior of Ni-Based Metallic Glass Matrix Composites Reinforced by Brass Short-Fibers Synthesized by Warm Extrusion of Powders
Deformation behavior of Ni-based metallic glass matrix composites reinforced by short brass-fibers, synthesized by warm extrusion of gas atomized powders, has been investigated under the uniaxial compression condition at room temperature. The brass-fibers are well distributed in the metallic glass matrix and enhanced macroscopic plasticity is observed due to the formation of multiple shear bands, initiated from the interface between brass-fiber and metallic glass matrix, as well as their confinement between the brass-fibers, stemming from the constrained plastic deformation of the reinforcing brass phase.
S.-G. Kang and T. Kobayashi
D. H. Bae et al., "Deformation Behavior of Ni-Based Metallic Glass Matrix Composites Reinforced by Brass Short-Fibers Synthesized by Warm Extrusion of Powders", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 449-452, pp. 937-940, 2004