Composites of aluminium alloys: fabrication and wear behaviour View Full Text


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DATE

1982-02

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F. M. Hosking, F. Folgar Portillo, R. Wunderlin, R. Mehrabian

ABSTRACT

In this paper processes for fabrication of aluminium-alloy composites containing paniculate non-metals, the net shape forming of these composites, their microstructures, their friction and wear behaviours and their mechanical properties are described. Composites of two wrought (2014 and 2024) and one cast (201) aluminium alloys containing 2 to 30 wt% of Al2O3 and SiC particles in the size range of 1 to 142μm were prepared. The non-metallic particles were added to a partially-solid vigorously-agitated matrix alloy. The particles were then retained in the matrix until interface interaction, for example, the formation of MgAl2O4 spinel in the case of Al2O3 particles, were faciliated. These composites were solidified and subsequently reheated to above their liquidus temperature and formed under high pressure in a closed-die forging type of apparatus. Composites with particulate additions of size larger than 5μm possessed homogeneous structures; particles of size 1μm, however, tended to cluster. The wear behaviour of the composites was studied using a pin-on-disc type machine. It was shown that composites containing large amounts of non-metals, ≈ 20 wt%, exhibit excellent wear resistance whilst those with small to moderate amounts of non-metals possess tensile properties comparable to the matrix alloy. Increasing the amount of particulate additions results in reduced ductility. Finally, a method was investigated of producing components with high weight-fractions of non-metals near their surface. More... »

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477-498

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