Papers by Author: Ying Li

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Authors: Osman Ertörer, Troy D. Topping, Ying Li, Yong Hao Zhao, Wes Moss, Enrique J. Lavernia
Abstract: The room temperature tensile behavior of commercially pure titanium (CP-Ti), cryomilled under different conditions and forged quasi-isostatically into bulk form, was studied in detail. The results demonstrate that the ductility of cryomilled titanium can be improved, and that the mechanical properties can be tailored using three specific strategies: the use of liquid argon as cryomilling media, introduction of coarse grained regions, and low temperature heat treatment. Cryomilling in a liquid argon environment, which differs from the widely used nitrogen cryogenic environment, was found to have a particularly strong influence on ductility, as it prevents nitrogen embrittlement. The contribution of coarse grains and heat treatment to ductility are also introduced and discussed using a comparative approach.
Authors: Troy D. Topping, Ying Li, Enrique J. Lavernia, K. Manigandan, T.S. Srivatsan
Abstract: In this paper, the specific influence of quasi-isostatic forging and rolling of cryomilled powder on microstructural development and resultant tensile deformation and fracture behavior of aluminum alloy 5083 is highlighted and comparison made with the coarse grained counterpart. The specific influence and contribution of strain hardening to enhancing strength of the ultra-fine grain microstructure of the aluminum alloy is presented and discussed. It is shown that the capability of the ultra fine grain microstructure to recover strength through the mechanism of work hardening is quite similar to the conventionally processed counterpart. The influence and role of intrinsic microstructural features in governing tensile deformation and fracture behavior is elaborated upon. The viable microscopic mechanisms governing final fracture behavior is discussed in light of the competing and mutually interactive influences of nature of loading, intrinsic microstructural effects, and deformation kinetics. Key Words: aluminum alloy 5083, processing, microstructure, tensile properties, fracture
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