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An Experimental Study of Effect of Silicon Carbide on Mechanical Properties of Aluminium Based Composite

  • Dombale Sachin Namdeo
  • Gadave Subhash
  • Vishal Jagadale
Conference paper

Abstract

Enormous research is going on Aluminum Metal Matrix composite material because of wide applications Automobile, Aerospace, Ship and so forth. In the current modern situation, composite material has a ton of extension because of its enhanced mechanical properties like hardness, sturdiness, compressive quality and elasticity. Traditional solid materials have restrictions as for the composite material as far as tribological properties. The composite substance has two characteristic stages as matrix and reinforcement. The aluminum composite A356 can possibly fill in as grid material due to its low softening point, great weld ability, cast ability, just as consumption obstruction. In the present examination, it is discovered that in tribological properties, when the fortification % builds wear of composite material reductions. At the point when the heap expands wear in micron of composite material increments. At the point when the speed expands wear in micron of composite material increments.

Keywords

A356 Metal matrix composite Reinforcement Matrix Wear 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dombale Sachin Namdeo
    • 1
  • Gadave Subhash
    • 2
  • Vishal Jagadale
    • 3
  1. 1.Ph.D. Scholar & Assitsant ProfessorPimpariIndia
  2. 2.Assistant Professor D.Y. Patil, PimpariPimpariIndia
  3. 3.Assistant Professor MIT College of Railway Engineering and ResearchBarshiIndia

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