Papers by Keyword: Superplastic Deformation

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Authors: Hachizo Muto, Mototsugu Sakai
Authors: Rustam Kaibyshev, Taku Sakai, Ilya Nikulin, F. Musin
Authors: N.K. Tsenev, Ruslan Valiev, I.R. Kuzeev
Authors: Marek Boniecki, Zdzislaw Librant, Andrzej Gładki, Helena Węglarz, Władysław Wesołowski
Authors: Min Wang, Hong Zhen Guo, Y.J. Liu
Abstract: According to the characteristic of appearing cavitation in the metals during superplastic deformation, the influence of strain rate on cavity evolvement, the influence of cavity on superplastic deformation capability, and the formation, development process of cavity were investigated for Al-Cu-Mg alloy (i.e. coarse–grained LY12). The results show that: ①The pore nucleation occurs not only at triangle grain boundaries, but also along nearby the second phase particles, and even within grains. The cavities at the triangle grain boundaries are present in V-shape, others near the second phase particles and within grains are present in O-shape. These cavities may result from disharmony slippage of grain boundaries. ②The tendency of cavity development decreases with increasing of strain-rate. In lower strain-rate condition, though Al-Cu-Mg alloy has better superplasticity, many big cavities in the specimen may reduce the room temperature properties of the alloy. In higher strain-rate condition, Al-Cu-Mg alloy has certain superplasticity and room temperature properties as well as few cavities forming. By analyzing, viscous layer on grain boundaries is very thin and grain sizes can be refined during their extruding and rotating each other in higher strain-rate superplastic deformation condition. ③Growth and coalescence of cavity are the main reason of the superplastic fracture of Al-Cu-Mg alloy. And small and a certain amount of cavities with dispersion and independence state are very useful to crystal boundary slippage.
Authors: K. Anantha Padmanabhan, Herbert Gleiter
Abstract: An earlier proposal is generalized to explain superplasticity in different classes of materials and grain size ranges. A definition of “superplasticity” as due to a unique physical mechanism, rather than in terms of extreme elongations and/ or strain rate sensitivity index, m, being more than or equal to 0.30 emerges.
Authors: H.S. Lee, Won Kyu Bang, D.W. Kim, S. Lee Semiatin, Young Won Chang
Authors: Yin Ben Han, Zhuo Liang Li, Ge Zhou, Fu Rong Cao, Hua Ding, Fu Xiao Yu
Abstract: The hot deformation characteristics of Al-12.7Si-0.7Mg alloy were investigated on an Instron5500 electronic universal testing machine at strain rates ranging from 1.67×10-4 s-1 to 1.67×10-3 s-1 and testing temperatures ranging from 460 °C to 520 °C. The results show that strain rate had a great effect on the flow stress. The flow stress increased with increasing the strain rate. The true stress-strain curves of the Al-12.7Si-0.7Mg alloy were obtained, and the strain rate sensitivity and hot deformation parameters of deformation activation energy were calculated. The hot deformation constitutive equation with hyperbolic sine form was also obtained. The test calculations demonstrate that the constitutive equation describes the deformation features of the Al-12.7Si-0.7Mg alloy well.
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