|High-temperature deformation behaviors of W/Zr based amorphous interpenetrating composite|
|H. M. Fu; N. Liu; A. M. Wang; H. Li; Z. W. Zhu; H. W. Zhang; H. F. Zhang; Z. Q. Hu
|Source Publication||Materials & Design
|Abstract||The high-temperature tensile deformation behaviors of porous tungsten/ zirconium-base metallic glass interpenetrating composites were examined systematically spanning a wide range of temperature. The deformations of composite at around supercooled liquid region all presented similar characteristics, including initial linear elastic behavior, obvious stress overshoot followed clear "work hardening", which is different from that of monolithic BMG at high temperature close to the initial crystallization. The sample after tensile test still exhibited excellent compressive properties. The deformation and strengthening mechanisms were discussed in details. The W substrate dominates the deformation processes of the composite. The amorphous phase is helpful to the deformation and formability of the composite due to its good plastic deformation under high temperature. The results promise that the interpenetrating composite can be employed to produce parts using high-temperature forming techniques. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|description.department||[fu, h. m.
; liu, n.
; wang, a. m.
; li, h.
; zhu, z. w.
; zhang, h. w.
; zhang, h. f.
; hu, z. q.] chinese acad sci, shenyang natl lab mat sci, inst met res, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
; zhang, hf (reprint author), chinese acad sci, shenyang natl lab mat sci, inst met res, 72 wenhua rd, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
H. M. Fu,N. Liu,A. M. Wang,et al. High-temperature deformation behaviors of W/Zr based amorphous interpenetrating composite[J]. Materials & Design,2014,58:182-186.
H. M. Fu.,N. Liu.,A. M. Wang.,H. Li.,Z. W. Zhu.,...&Z. Q. Hu.(2014).High-temperature deformation behaviors of W/Zr based amorphous interpenetrating composite.Materials & Design,58,182-186.
H. M. Fu,et al."High-temperature deformation behaviors of W/Zr based amorphous interpenetrating composite".Materials & Design 58(2014):182-186.
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