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A Study of Mechanical Alloying of an Aluminum Composite Material Reinforced with Silicon Carbide Particles

  • E. I. KurbatkinaEmail author
  • A. A. Shavnev
  • A. V. Gololobov
ALUMINUM ALLOYS

A composite material based on alloy V95 containing 10% silicon carbide and prepared by powder metallurgy is studied. Composite granules are fabricated by mechanical alloying in a planetary mill in an inert gas atmosphere. It is shown that the structure of the composite granules affects the structure of the billets obtained after deformation treatment by extrusion, i.e., the more homogeneous the structure of the granules, the more homogeneous is the bar structure.

Key words

mechanical alloying composite material aluminum alloy silicon carbide phase composition structure. 

Notes

Work was conducted with financial support the Russian Scientific Fund. Agreement No. 17-73-10328. The article was prepared within the scope of implementing comprehensive scientific area 12.1. “Metal composite materials (MCM) reinforced with particles and fibers of refractory compounds (“Strategic area for development of materials and their preparation technology for the period up to 2030”)” [21].

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. I. Kurbatkina
    • 1
    Email author
  • A. A. Shavnev
    • 1
  • A. V. Gololobov
    • 1
  1. 1.FGUP VIAMMoscowRussia

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