Static and Dynamic Behaviour of Recycled AA7075 Based Composites Reinforced with ZrO2-γ-Al203 Fibre and SiC
Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
In this study, the microstructural formation and static/dynamic compression behaviour of recycled AA7075 based hybrid composites reinforced with ZrO2and Al2O3 fibres were investigated. The effects of the hybrid metal matrix composites on the mechanical behaviour (quasi-static compression, dynamic compression, three-point bending and microhardness) have been investigated in detail by using ZrO2 as a reinforcement element in two different proportions. It is aimed to be an alternative to traditional alloys used in the aeronautic industry. These composites were produced using by combined sinter + forging processes. The static and dynamic properties have been evaluated in detail, taking into account the relevant Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) microstructures (including the distribution of reinforcement elements).
Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series
Static and Dynamic Behaviour of Recycled AA7075 Based Composites Reinforced with ZrO2-γ-Al203 Fibre and SiC.
Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series,
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