Design of Recycled Thin Sheet “Ti-Al” Based Composites Reinforced with AA1050, Boron, TiB2, TiC, and B4C Through Hot-Forged Bonding
Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
In the frame of the common research project, the mechanical behaviour of recycled thin sheet Ti-Al based composites reinforced with scrap pure aluminium (AA1050) and boron, B reinforcement elements have been used with thin Ti-Al sheet recycled by hot forging method. The effects of chemical bonds during the production of these multifunctional sandwich composite structures were analyzed by 3-point bending tests to evaluated hyper elasticity behaviour. The same idea has been carried out this time on the Ti-Al based composites performed by sintered + forging through the powder metallurgy route by using different reinforcements such as TiB , TiC, and B C. Quasi static compression and low velocity impact (drop weight) tests have been performed on the sintered + forging specimens with a drop tower to observe the response of theses composites under the dynamic loading conditions. Interface and microstructure of these composites have been evaluated by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM).
Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series
Design of Recycled Thin Sheet “Ti-Al” Based Composites Reinforced with AA1050, Boron, TiB2, TiC, and B4C Through Hot-Forged Bonding.
Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series,
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