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Architectured Multi-Metallic Structures Prepared by Cold Dynamic Spray Deposition

Originální název

Architectured Multi-Metallic Structures Prepared by Cold Dynamic Spray Deposition

Anglický název

Architectured Multi-Metallic Structures Prepared by Cold Dynamic Spray Deposition

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The architectured metallic materials are a class of composite materials that combines two or more metals/alloys with a specific spatial ordering (architecture). The main goal behind the preparation of such materials is to obtain properties that are not achievable by a single material. The internal architecture thus creates an extra degree of freedom in materials design. Based on theoretical considerations three aluminum alloy structures containing square, triangle and sinusoidal iron beam patterns have been prepared by a cold spray deposition technique. Strength properties difference and good bonding of the reinforcing Fe structure to the Al matrix has been found to be important for effective improvement of final properties. Incorporating about 30 vol. % structured iron beams into the Al matrix resulted in a macroscopic performance of the architectured multimaterial similar to Ti alloys.

Anglický abstrakt

The architectured metallic materials are a class of composite materials that combines two or more metals/alloys with a specific spatial ordering (architecture). The main goal behind the preparation of such materials is to obtain properties that are not achievable by a single material. The internal architecture thus creates an extra degree of freedom in materials design. Based on theoretical considerations three aluminum alloy structures containing square, triangle and sinusoidal iron beam patterns have been prepared by a cold spray deposition technique. Strength properties difference and good bonding of the reinforcing Fe structure to the Al matrix has been found to be important for effective improvement of final properties. Incorporating about 30 vol. % structured iron beams into the Al matrix resulted in a macroscopic performance of the architectured multimaterial similar to Ti alloys.

BibTex


@article{BUT159013,
  author="Ivo {Dlouhý} and Lukáš {Řehořek} and Hanuš {Seiner} and Jan {Čížek} and Filip {Šiška}",
  title="Architectured Multi-Metallic Structures Prepared by Cold Dynamic Spray Deposition",
  annote="The architectured metallic materials are a class of composite materials that combines two or more metals/alloys with a specific spatial ordering (architecture). The main goal behind the preparation of such materials is to obtain properties that are not achievable by a single material. The internal architecture thus creates an extra degree of freedom in materials design. Based on theoretical considerations three aluminum alloy structures containing square, triangle and sinusoidal iron beam patterns have been prepared by a cold spray deposition technique. Strength properties difference and good bonding of the reinforcing Fe structure to the Al matrix has been found to be important for effective improvement of final properties. Incorporating about 30 vol. % structured iron beams into the Al matrix resulted in a macroscopic performance of the architectured multimaterial similar to Ti alloys.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Switzerland",
  chapter="159013",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.810.107",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Switzerland",
  number="9",
  volume="810",
  year="2019",
  month="july",
  pages="107--112",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Switzerland",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}