Affordable Metal-Matrix Composites for High Performance Applications / Edition 1

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Overview

This proceedings volume will contain papers based on original work in metal-matrix composites for high performance applications. The purpose of the symposium is to discuss the technical challenges pertaining to high performance applications, and it will cover all relevant aspects of MMC technology such as selection/development of a suitable matrix alloy, processing techniques, microstructural characterization, and mechanical properties. Issues related to aerospace and space applications of MMCs will be emphasized, while processing, strengthening mechanisms, and properties issues will also be discussed.

From the 2001 TMS Fall Meeting, which was held in Indianapolis, Indiana, November 4-8, 2001.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873395007
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 332
  • Product dimensions: 8.58 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Table of Contents

AEROSPACE, SPACE AND LAND VEHICLE APPLICATIONS.

Metal Matrix Composites for Space Systems: Current Uses and Future Opportunities (D.B. Miracle).

Evaluation of Al/SiC Composites for the AAAV Road Wheel Wear Ring (D.M. Bowden, H.N. Chou, G. Simula and S. Evans).

Development of a New Discontinuously Reinforced Aluminum for Space Applications (A.B. Pandey, K.L. Kendig and D.B. Miracle).

Yes – This is Rocket Science: MMCs for Liquid Rocket Engines (J.S. Shelley, R. Leclaire, D.B. Miracle and J. Nichols).

PROCESSING OF METAL-MATRIX COMPOSITES I.

Process Simulation of Solidification of Aluminum Reinforced with Thermally Managed Graphite Rod (P. Rohatgi, P. Shukla, V. Tiwari, R.S. Amano and E.K. Lee).

Interfacial Aspects to Produce Particulate Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites (G. Kaptay).

Dynamic Simulation of the Movement of a Ceramic Particle in Front of a Solidifying Interface (Á. Borsik, K.K. Kelemen and G. Kaptay).

Tensile and Fatigue Properties of Permanent Mold Cast A359-SiCp Aluminum Alloys (P.K. Rohatgi, P. Shukla, R.B. Thakkar and D. Weiss).

FATIGUE, FRACTURE AND CREEP OF METAL-MATRIX COMPOSITES I.

Creep Behavior of Powder Metallurgy SiC-Al Composites and Their Al Matrices (F.A. Mohamed).

The Effect of Zirconia Particulate Reinforcements on Superalloy Creep Behavior (R.K. Oruganti and A.K. Ghosh).

High Cycle Fatigue Strength Improvement of Titanium Matrix Composites by Residual Stress Modification (J.M. Hausmann, C. Leyens, J. Hemptenmacher and W.A. Kaysser).

Improving the Tensile Response of 6061/SiC/25p Discontinuously-Reinforced Aluminum Via Modification of Reinforcement Particle Morphology (J.E. Spowart and D.B. Miracle).

Tensile Deformation and Fracture Characteristics of 2009 Aluminum Alloy Metal Matrix Composite (T.S. Srivatsan, M. Al-Hajri, C. Smith and M. Petraroli).

Isothermal Solidification and Metastable Phases Equilibria in Al-21.5%Si Alloy (O.V. Mazur and V.I. Mazur).

PROCESSING OF METAL-MATRIX COMPOSITES II.

In-Situ Processing of Al Alloy Matrix Composites (Q. Zheng and R.G. Reddy).

In-Situ Fabrication of Fiber Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites (H.J. Rack, I. Gheorghe, K. Kharia and A.C. Geiculescu).

Gas Atomization and Spray Deposition of Aluminum Alloy Matrix Pre-Composite Powders (A. Zambon and B. Badan).

Interfacial Reactions at Elevated Temperatures in New Low Coast Al/SiC Metal Matrix Composite (G.J. Grant, D.E. McCready, D.R. Herling and M.T. Smith).

Effect of Pulse Parameters on the Molten Pool Behavior of SiCp/6061 Composite in Impulsed Laser Welding (N. Jitai, Z. Deku, J. Guojuan, Z. Baoyou).

STRENGTHENING MECHANISMS.

Finite Element Modeling of Discontinuously Reinforced Aluminum in 2D and 3D (C.J. Lissenden and H. Shen).

Mechanical Properties of High Strength 7034-T6 Aluminum Alloy (A.V. Samant, R.F. Alessi and R. Zawierucha

FATIGUE, FRACTURE AND CREEP OF METAL-MATRIX COMPOSITES II.

Investigation of the Strain Distribution in an Al-MMC Torsion Sample Using High Energy Synchrotron Radiation (R.V. Martins, U. Lienert, L. Margulies and A. Pyzalla).

Effect of Overloading on the Fatigue Crack Growth Behaviour of Cross-Ply Ti-6Al-4V/SCS-6 Laminate (A. Yasmin and P. Bowen).

The High Cycle Fatigue and Final Fracture Behavior of SiC Particulate Reinforced 7034 Aluminum Alloy Metal Matrix Composite (T.S. Srivatsan and M. Al-Hajri).

AUTHOR INDEX.

SUBJECT INDEX.

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