Fatigue Analysis of Ultrafine Grained Al 1050 Alloy Produced by Cyclic Forward Backward Extrusion
In this work, fatigue behavior of ultrafme-grained (UFG) Al 1050 alloy produced by a cyclic forward-backward extrusion (CFBE) was studied. Initial average grain size of 120 µm was reduced to 1µm, 600nm and 320nm using 1, 2 and 3 cycles CFBE process, respectively. After three CFBE cycles, both yield strength and tensile strength increased about 3.5 and 3 times greater than those of as-received samples. Fatigue tests were carried out under load-controlled mode at a frequency of 15 Hz. Results indicate that grain refinement of Al 1050 samples improved the resistance to fatigue crack nucleation under predominantly high cycle fatigue loading. To explain the formation process of damage surfaces, microstructure changes in the damage surfaces caused by cyclic stresses were studied by scan electron microscopy (SEM).
H. Alihosseini and M. Asle Zaeem, "Fatigue Analysis of Ultrafine Grained Al 1050 Alloy Produced by Cyclic Forward Backward Extrusion," TMS Light Metals, pp. 357-359, Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, Jan 2013.
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Keywords and Phrases
Average grain size; Backward extrusion; Cyclic forward-backward extrusion (CFBE); Fatigue-crack nucleation; High cycle fatigue; Microstructure changes; Scan electron microscopy; Ultrafine-grained; Electron microscopy; Exhibitions; Fatigue of materials; Fatigue testing; Grain refinement; Grain size and shape; Tensile strength; Aluminum; Al 1050
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