Investigation of the Evolution of the Microstructure in the Directionally Solidified Long-Period Stacking-Ordered (LPSO) Magnesium Alloy as a Function of the Temperature
The influence of the LPSO-phase orientation and the temperature on the deformation mechanisms of directionally solidified Mg–Zn–Y magnesium alloy has been investigated by neutron diffraction and acoustic emission (AE) technique. The results indicate that the kinking mechanism and activation of non-basal slip are significantly temperature and orientation dependent with respect to the loading axis.
KeywordsMagnesium Long-period stacking-ordered structure Neutron diffraction Acoustic emission Non-basal slip
This research was funded by Czech Science Foundation grant number GB14–36566 G. K.M. acknowledges the support of the Operational Programme Research, Development and Education, The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (OP RDE, MEYS) [CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_013/0001794].
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