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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.18.2016.tde-01032016-131333
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Author
Full name
Márcia Aparecida Gomes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Carlos, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Tarpani, José Ricardo (President)
Angeloni, Mauricio
Maluf, Omar
Title in Portuguese
Caracterização mecânica e microestrutural de compósitos de matriz metálica Al/SiCp e Al/Al2O3p obtidos via interação por laminação acumulativa
Keywords in Portuguese
Compósito de matriz metálica
Fratografia
Laminação acumulativa
Processo ARB
Reforço particulado
Abstract in Portuguese
Compósitos de matriz metálica (CMM) reforçados com dois tipos de particulado cerâmico foram produzidos por meio do processo ARB (Accumulative Roll Bonding) a fim de estudar os efeitos destes no que diz respeito às propriedades mecânicas e microestruturais. ARB é um processo de deformação plástica severa aplicada originalmente a uma pilha de lâminas metálicas, a qual é laminada, seccionada em duas metades, as quais são empilhadas e novamente laminadas, e assim por diante, desenvolvido com o propósito de reduzir o tamanho de grão e aumentar a resistência mecânica do produto final. O processo é econômico e capaz de produzir de folhas ultrafinas a placas espessas, sem que haja restrição de quantidade. Confeccionou-se CMM de alumínio reforçados com partículas de carbeto de silício (Al+SiCp) e alumina (e Al+Al2O3p) com granulometria média de 40µm, as quais foram caracterizadas microestruturalmente e ensaiadas em tração até a falha, cuja análise foi conduzida via microscopia eletrônica de varredura. Ambas as amostras obtiveram ganho em sua resistência mecânica, comparadas ao alumínio monolítico (sem adição de partículas de reforço) e alumínio recozido. Foram ensaiados em tração corpos de prova com e sem presença de entalhe, sendo que as peças entalhadas apresentaram comportamento esperado de aumento de resistência mecânica e baixo alongamento e fratura de aspecto frágil. De acordo com análise feita por fratografia houve boa ancoragem e dispersão das partículas de reforço na matriz.
Title in English
Mechanical and microstructural characterization of metal matrix composites of Al/SiCp and Al/Al2O3p obtained by interaction accumulative roll bonding
Keywords in English
ARB Process
Cumulative rolling
Fractography
Metal matrix composite
Particulate reinforcement
Abstract in English
Metal matrix composite (CMM) reinforced with two types of ceramic particles have been produced through the process ARB (Accumulative Roll Bonding) in order to study their effect as regards the mechanical and microstructural properties. ARB is a severe plastic deformation process originally applied to a stack of metal sheets, which is laminated, sectioned into two halves, which are stacked and rolled again, and so on, developed with the purpose of reducing the grain size and increase the mechanical strength of the final product. The process is economical and capable of producing ultrafine sheets to thicker plates without much restriction. Were fabricated CMM of the aluminum reinforced with particles of silicon carbide (Al + SiCp) and alumina (and Al + Al2O3p) with an average particle size of 40μm, which are characterized microstructurally and tested in tension until failure, whose analysis was conducted via scanning electron microscopy. Both samples were successful in its mechanical strength compared to the monolithic aluminum (without addition of reinforcing particles) and annealed aluminum. They were tested for tensile specimens with and without the presence of notch, and the carved pieces showed strength-enhancing behavior and low elongation and frail fracture. According to analysis by fractography was good anchoring and reinforcement particles dispersed in the matrix.
 
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2016-03-08
 
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