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  • influence of loading path and precipitates on indentation creep behavior of wrought mg 6 wt al 1 wt zn magnesium alloy
    Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing, 2016
    Co-Authors: Pranjal Nautiyal, Jayant Jain, Arvind Agarwal
    Abstract:

    Abstract This study reports the effect of loading path and precipitates on indentation induced creep behavior of AZ61 magnesium alloy. Indentation creep tests were performed on solution-treated and peak-Aged extruded AZ61 magnesium alloy, and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) investigations were carried out to study deformation mechanisms. Twinning is the dominant creep mechanism for indentation along the extrusion direction (ED) in solution-treated alloy. A combination of slip and twinning appears to be the prominent mechanisms for indentation creep perpendicular to ED. Creep flow is arrested for indentation perpendicular to ED, due to slip–twin interactions. Influence of precipitates on creep deformation was also studied. Aged Specimen exhibited higher creep resistance than solution-treated Specimen. Unlike solution-treated Specimens, twinning was not observed in Aged alloy. Creep in Aged Specimen was attributed to slip.

  • Influence of loading path and precipitates on indentation creep behavior of wrought Mg–6 wt% Al–1 wt% Zn magnesium alloy
    Materials Science and Engineering: A, 2016
    Co-Authors: Pranjal Nautiyal, Jayant Jain, Arvind Agarwal
    Abstract:

    Abstract This study reports the effect of loading path and precipitates on indentation induced creep behavior of AZ61 magnesium alloy. Indentation creep tests were performed on solution-treated and peak-Aged extruded AZ61 magnesium alloy, and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) investigations were carried out to study deformation mechanisms. Twinning is the dominant creep mechanism for indentation along the extrusion direction (ED) in solution-treated alloy. A combination of slip and twinning appears to be the prominent mechanisms for indentation creep perpendicular to ED. Creep flow is arrested for indentation perpendicular to ED, due to slip–twin interactions. Influence of precipitates on creep deformation was also studied. Aged Specimen exhibited higher creep resistance than solution-treated Specimen. Unlike solution-treated Specimens, twinning was not observed in Aged alloy. Creep in Aged Specimen was attributed to slip.

Jayant Jain – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • influence of loading path and precipitates on indentation creep behavior of wrought mg 6 wt al 1 wt zn magnesium alloy
    Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing, 2016
    Co-Authors: Pranjal Nautiyal, Jayant Jain, Arvind Agarwal
    Abstract:

    Abstract This study reports the effect of loading path and precipitates on indentation induced creep behavior of AZ61 magnesium alloy. Indentation creep tests were performed on solution-treated and peak-Aged extruded AZ61 magnesium alloy, and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) investigations were carried out to study deformation mechanisms. Twinning is the dominant creep mechanism for indentation along the extrusion direction (ED) in solution-treated alloy. A combination of slip and twinning appears to be the prominent mechanisms for indentation creep perpendicular to ED. Creep flow is arrested for indentation perpendicular to ED, due to slip–twin interactions. Influence of precipitates on creep deformation was also studied. Aged Specimen exhibited higher creep resistance than solution-treated Specimen. Unlike solution-treated Specimens, twinning was not observed in Aged alloy. Creep in Aged Specimen was attributed to slip.

  • Influence of loading path and precipitates on indentation creep behavior of wrought Mg–6 wt% Al–1 wt% Zn magnesium alloy
    Materials Science and Engineering: A, 2016
    Co-Authors: Pranjal Nautiyal, Jayant Jain, Arvind Agarwal
    Abstract:

    Abstract This study reports the effect of loading path and precipitates on indentation induced creep behavior of AZ61 magnesium alloy. Indentation creep tests were performed on solution-treated and peak-Aged extruded AZ61 magnesium alloy, and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) investigations were carried out to study deformation mechanisms. Twinning is the dominant creep mechanism for indentation along the extrusion direction (ED) in solution-treated alloy. A combination of slip and twinning appears to be the prominent mechanisms for indentation creep perpendicular to ED. Creep flow is arrested for indentation perpendicular to ED, due to slip–twin interactions. Influence of precipitates on creep deformation was also studied. Aged Specimen exhibited higher creep resistance than solution-treated Specimen. Unlike solution-treated Specimens, twinning was not observed in Aged alloy. Creep in Aged Specimen was attributed to slip.

Vincent Placet – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Influence of hydrothermal ageing on the fatigue behaviour of a unidirectional flax-epoxy laminate
    Composites Part B: Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Thomas Jeannin, Michaël Berges, Xavier Gabrion, Romain Léger, Véronique Person, Stéphane Corn, Benoit Piezel, Patrick Ienny, Stéphane Fontaine, Vincent Placet
    Abstract:

    Abstract Although the research and development in plant fibre composites is growing rapidly, these materials still require specific considerations before being adopted by industry in structural applications. One of the main issue is related to their durability. The objective of this study is to investigate the influence of hydrothermal ageing on the fatigue behaviour of an unidirectional flax-epoxy laminated composite by implementing the fatigue tests in a water bath. Results show that while the quasi-static strength and rigidity are significantly affected by the ageing, the fatigue strength is however improved. The fatigue strength coefficient is more than two times lower after ageing, indicating a lower decrease of the maximum stress with the increasing number of cycles. After ageing, the maximum stress level for an expected lifetime of 5.3 106 cycles is approximately 90 MPa, which is comparable to the one of unAged Specimens. It is also pointed out that the remaining quasi-static tensile properties and behaviour of the Aged Specimen are not significantly affected after 1.3 106 cycles at a stress level of 90 MPa.

L.w. Tsay – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.