Properties of Friction Stir-processed Al 1100-NiTi Composite
Friction stir-processing (FSP) was utilized to successfully disperse and embed nitinol particles in Al 1100 matrix. Directional residual stresses were introduced in the prepared material that consequently showed improved mechanical properties as found experimentally and through modeled results. No harmful interfacial products could be found in the material as a consequence of processing. The current work highlights the preparation and properties of this composite.
M. Dixit et al., "Properties of Friction Stir-processed Al 1100-NiTi Composite," Scripta Materialia, vol. 56, no. 6, pp. 541-544, Elsevier, Mar 2007.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scriptamat.2006.11.006
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
X-Ray Diffraction; Composites; Friction Stir-Processing; Aluminum Alloys; Mathematical Models; Mechanical Properties; Residual Stresses; Shape Memory Effect; X ray Diffraction; Directional Residual Stresses; Friction Stir Processing (FSP); Improved Mechanical Properties; Composite Materials; Aluminum; Composites; Friction Stir-Processing; Shape Memory Alloys; X-Ray Diffraction
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