Papers by Author: Jung Pyung Choi

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Authors: Jung Pyung Choi, Sang J. Lee, Eui Pak Yoon, W.Y. Yoon, M.H. Kim, K.H. Kim
Abstract: This paper investigates the effect of bubble on the primary Si size in Al-18wt.%Si alloy. The primary Si size observed was varied with bubble size and bubbling time in bubble process. The effect of the holding temperature of the melt in bubbling process was also investigated. In water model, as the injecting bubble size decreases, the residual bubble size in the water decreases and the residual bubble conservation time in the water increases. Also in the experiment of Al melt, the primary Si size decreases, as the injecting bubble size decreases and as the bubble processing time increases. Pore was observed at the center of primary Si. This pore was observed at many Si phases. So, this experiment suggests that the bubble can be used as nucleation sites of primary Si.
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Authors: Jung Pyung Choi, Ki Bae Kim, Eui Pak Yoon
Abstract: In general, the element (Sr, Na, Sb, etc.) is used as a modifier of eutectic Si phase in the hypoeutectic Al-Si system. When these elements are added into the hypoeutectic Al-Si melt, the flake shaped Si phase transforms to fibrous shape and the size of Si phase is also decreased. In this study, the electromagnetic vibration is adopted for modifying eutectic Si phase and reducing its size. The higher the current density and frequency of electromagnetic vibration(EMV), the finer the size of eutectic Si phase. The tensile strength and elongation of EMVed alloy were highly improved. Measured twin probability of EMVed alloy at a frequency of 1000Hz was approximately six times as high as that of the normal alloy and a half of that of Sr modified alloy. The mechanism for the increase in twin density due to EMV during solidification could be supposed from the fact that the preferential growth along <112> in silicon was suppressed by preventing Si atom from attaching to the growing interface of Si phase and by changing the solid/liquid interfacial energy of silicon.
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Authors: Eui Pak Yoon, Jung Pyung Choi, Yu Sik Seo, Tae Woon Nam
Abstract: In the casting Al alloys, Inclusions are formed by various melt treatment and the some alloying elements have a bad effect on quality of products. Generally, inclusions deteriorate mechanical properties of casting products as well as provide heterogeneous nucleation sites of hydrogen porosity. But the difficulty of removing it is the fact that the inclusions are measured generally small about 20㎛ in the melt. So, in this study, Experiments were carried out on commercial die casting aluminum alloy A383 (JIS: ADC 12). The separation system including a D.C. electric field with steady D.C. magnetic field was adopted for reduction of inclusion in molten Al alloy. Also the quantitative and qualitative analysis of inclusion in Al alloy was taken by using the PoDFA (Porous Disc Filtration Apparatus) and EPMA.
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Authors: Jung Pyung Choi, Won Jung Kim, Tae Woon Nam, Eui Pak Yoon
Abstract: This paper investigates the effect of Bubbling and AlCuP on primary Si size in Al-18%Si alloy. Bubbling process and AlCuP treatment are effective for refining primary Si in hypereutectic Al-Si alloy. Both the bubble and AlCuP can be used as nucleation sites of primary Si. Many nucleation sites can make the size of primary Si decreased. So, this experiment suggests that the mix using of bubbling process and AlCuP treatment are more effective for nucleation site of primary Si. For deciding the optimum treatment order, the experiments are processed 3 kinds of order with varying stirring time and holding temperature; 1)AlCuP treatment and then bubbling process, 2)simultaneously using of bubbling process and AlCuP treatment, 3)bubbling process and then AlCuP treatment.
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Authors: Y.G. Kim, Jung Pyung Choi, Joon Pyo Park, Ki Bae Kim, Eui Pak Yoon, T.W. Nam
Abstract: The separation system including a DC electric field with steady magnetic field was adopted for removal of inclusion in molten Al alloy. But, very small inclusions, which less than 10 ㎛ are not eliminated. So, firstly, small inclusions are agglomerated by low frequency electromagnetic vibration. And then, we adopting the previously used electromagnetically inclusion removal process. Experiments were carried out on commercial die casting aluminum alloy A380 (JIS: ADC 10). Inclusion was separated continuously. XRF was used for compositional test and PoDFA for cleanliness test. Chemical composition of specimen was not changed and UTS, elongation and cleanliness were increased.
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Authors: Jung Pyung Choi, Ki Bae Kim, Joon Pyo Park, Eui Pak Yoon, T.W. Nam
Abstract: In this study, the electromagnetic vibration process is adopted for modifying the eutectic Si phase and reducing its size. The higher the current density and frequency of electromagnetic vibration (EMV), the finer the size of the eutectic Si phase. The tensile strength and elongation of EMVed alloys were highly improved. Measured twin probability of EMVed alloy at a frequency of 1000Hz was approximately six times as high as that of the normal alloy and half of that of Sr modified alloy. The mechanism for the increase in twin density due to EMV during solidification could be suggested from the fact that the preferential growth along <112> in silicon was suppressed by preventing the Si atom from attaching to the growing interface of the Si phase and by changing the solid/liquid interfacial energy of silicon.
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Authors: Jung Pyung Choi, Tae Woon Nam, Eui Pak Yoon
Abstract: The structural control of A356 alloy, which was not studied among various electromagnetic processing of materials, was considered applying the alternating current and direct current magnetic flux density. The main aim of the present study is to investigate the effects of electromagnetic vibration on the macro and microstructure of A356 alloy in order to develop a new process of structural control in A356 alloy. When the electromagnetic vibration is conducted for changing the shape of primary aluminum, at low frequency (≤60Hz), the shape of dendrite is changed speroidal shape. When the electromagnetic vibration is conducted for changing the shape of eutectic silicon, a morphological change of the eutectic silicon from coarse platelet flakes to fine fiber shape is observed with EMV (Electro Magnetic Vibration) process at high frequency (≥500Hz).
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Authors: Jung Pyung Choi, Young Min Hur, Tae Woon Nam, Eui Pak Yoon
Abstract: The structural control of Al-Si alloy, which was not studied among various electromagnetic processing of materials, was considered applying the alternating current and direct current magnetic flux density. The main aim of the present study is to investigate the effects of electromagnetic vibration on the macro and microstructure of Al-Si alloy in order to develop a new process of structural control in Al-Si alloy. When the electromagnetic vibration is conducted for changing the shape of primary aluminum, at low frequency (≤ 60Hz), the shape of dendrite is changed speroidal shape. When the electromagnetic vibration is conducted for changing the shape of eutectic silicon, the fact that a morphological change of the eutectic silicon from coarse platelet flakes to fine fiber shape is observed with EMV (Electro Magnetic Vibration) process at high frequency(≥ 500Hz).
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Authors: Eui Pak Yoon, Jung Pyung Choi, W.Y. Yoon, Myung Ho Kim, K.H Kim, Tae Woon Nam
Abstract: The structural control of Al-Si alloy, which was not studied among various electromagnetic processing of materials, was considered applying the alternating current and direct current magnetic flux density. The main aim of the present study is to investigate the effects of electromagnetic vibration on the control of the size of primary Si phase in order to develop a new process of structural control in Al-Si alloy. If the current density conducted for making high frequency electromagnetic vibration (EMV) (≥ 500Hz), the size of primary Si phase goes to small. If it conducted for making low frequency EMV (≤ 200Hz), the size of primary Si phase goes to large. This phenomenon considered to be related the collision, agglomeration and diffusion of silicon atoms.
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Authors: Eui Pak Yoon, Jung Pyung Choi, Joon Pyo Park, Ki Bae Kim, W.Y. Yoon, Myung Ho Kim, Kwon H. Kim, T.W. Nam
Abstract: In this study, the electromagnetic vibration is adopted for control of the size of primary Si phase. The higher the current density and frequency of electromagnetic vibration (EMV), the finer the size of primary Si phase. The higher the current density but the lower frequency of EMV, the bigger the size of primary Si phase. This phenomenon considered to be related the collision, agglomeration and diffusion of silicon atoms.
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