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2009-2011

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200000.0 CNY

ABSTRACT

Block metal glass is a new type of structural material that has risen rapidly in the past decade. It has already shown broad application prospects in many fields such as national defense and aerospace exploration. However, the plastic deformation of such materials in the normal temperature and high stress environment is easy to form shear bands, and the formation and interaction of shear bands determine many macroscopic mechanical behaviors, especially plasticity. However, the sensitivity factors and physical mechanisms of shear band formation in metallic glass are still unclear and need further study. To this end, the project is based on experimental research and theoretical analysis, and supplemented by numerical simulation research methods, systematically study the material composition, stress state and strain rate and other factors to form sensitivity to shear bands in bulk metallic glass. Impact. Through the comprehensive experimental research, theoretical analysis and numerical simulation results, the physical mechanism of the sensitivity factors of shear band formation is explored, and the main macro-micro factors, related physical mechanisms and mesoscopic dynamics of the shear band formation in the metallic glass of the block are revealed. Learn the law. The research of this project will provide relevant scientific basis for exploring block metal glass materials with good room temperature plasticity and promoting its application. More... »

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