Influence of Liquid Film Characteristics on Hot Cracking Initiation in Al–Cu Alloys at the End of Solidification View Full Text


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2022-08-28

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Ming Su, Xiaoguang Yuan, Chunyu Yue, Wentao Zheng, Yuxiang Wang, Jian Kang

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In this study, Al–4Cu alloy specimens with spherical grains and liquid films were obtained by isothermal reheating treatment. The hot cracking of the solidification process was determined using a modified constrained rod casting experimental apparatus, and the effect of liquid film characteristics at the end of solidification on hot cracking initiation of Al–4Cu alloys was systematically investigated by combining molecular dynamics simulations and other methods. With the extension of soaking time, the liquid fraction (liquid film fraction at the end of solidification) and grain shape factor increased with higher isothermal reheating temperatures. Additionally, the widened filling channel decreased the hot cracking initiation temperature and the critical hot cracking shrinkage stress was found to increase, thus reducing the hot cracking severity in Al–4Cu alloys. Molecular dynamics simulations revealed that with the extension of soaking time, the composition of the liquid film changed at different isothermal reheating temperatures, but the short-range structure and atomic ordering of the liquid film remained the same. The activity of the liquid film increased in equilibrium, leading to a decrease in viscosity and an increase in fluidity, which contributed to the filling behaviour. After isothermal reheating at 640 °C for 60 min, the liquid fraction reached the maximum, and the viscosity of the liquid film was the minimum. In addition, almost no hot cracks were found. More... »

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