Comparison of Surface Nanostructured Electrodeposited Cu Produced from Different Power Types: Microstructure and Tensile Properties
Different Power types and parameters in the electrodeposition process result in different microstructures and hence mechanical properties. In this paper, direct current and double pulse power with different combinations of on and off time have been used for electrodeposition. The tensile properties of the electrodeposited (Ed) Cu with different parameters in process have been studied and also the microstructures of the Cu obtained have been examined by SEM. This paper aims at explaining the effects of one of the important parameters in electrodeposition: different power types on the tensile properties. The tensile properties of Ed Cu after Surface Mechanical Attrition Treatment (SMAT) are also shown in this paper.
H.L. Chan and J. Lu, "Comparison of Surface Nanostructured Electrodeposited Cu Produced from Different Power Types: Microstructure and Tensile Properties", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 614, pp. 189-196, 2009