Papers by Author: Yong Li

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Authors: Li Yuan Niu, Zi Mu Shi, Ji Jing Lin, Yong Li, Lin Chao Xu, Lan Zhao
Abstract: Foam magnesium alloy was an idea substitute of hard tissue of human bodies because its elasticity module was close to the bone of human. In the paper, foam degradable magnesium alloys were prepared by “Press-Dissolution-Vacuum sintering-Hot treatment-Aging” powder manufacturing process firstly. Then samples were coated by immersion in a bath containing phosphate and rare earths lanthanum. Results show that, Mg-0.9Mn foam magnesium alloys after hot treatment had better anticorrosion performance; and coated foam magnesium alloys form the bath with phosphate lanthanum chloride had lower rate of degradation.
Authors: Ji Xing Lin, Jun Ping Zhang, Li Yuan Niu, Da Ren Sun, Zi Mu Shi, Yong Li, Guang Yu Li
Abstract: In this study, Strontium (Sr) was added as modifier during the casting of Al-11.6Si-0.5Mg alloy, and the effect of T6 heat treatment on microstructure and performance of alloy was also investigated. The results showed that the 0.3% Al-8%Sr master alloy can refine effectively the α-Al dendrite and eutectic structure; the best economic process of T6 heat treatment is solution at 535°C for 6 hrs., and water cooling at 50~60°C,aging at 160°C for 6 hrs , then air cooling. After Sr modification and T6 heat treatment, the mechanical properties of alloy are improved remarkably, i.e., the tensile strength increased to 348MPa from 183MPa before modification and the elongation raises from 3.0% to 6.5%. So this alloy is applied to the strain clamp products in electric power fitting industry.
Authors: Yong Li, Li Yuan Niu, Ji Xing Lin, Zi Mu Shi, Guang Liang Gao, Yong Tian Liu
Abstract: In this study, we conducted heat treatments on W6Mo5Cr4V2Si steel using different annealing, quenching, and tempering processes. Meanwhile, the microstructure and hardness performance of this steel are analyzed. The results showed that, in the annealing temperature range of 790°C-870°C, the higher the annealing temperature was, the better the annealing effect that W6Mo5Cr4V2Si steel presented; W6Mo5Cr4V2Si steel exhibited the lowest annealing hardness of 22.6 HRC after annealing at 870°Cfor 2 h; In the condition of annealing at 830°C for 3 h, quenching at 1200 °C around, and tempering temperature range of 400 °C-700 °C, W6Mo5Cr4V2Si steel showed the highest hardness at tempering of 560 °C around, which is about 66.7 HRC. The tempering structure of this steel was mainly composed by needle or strip-typed martensite, a small amount of residual austenite, and carbide particles.
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