Characterization on microstructure of interface and failure analysis of SiC fiber reinforced Ti-17 composites under tension load
Ciuca, Octav.; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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AbstractAbstract: In this study, the ultimate tensile strength of unidirectional SiC-fiber/Ti-17 composites was measured in the as-produced condition at room temperature. Fracture and interfacial reaction zone was characterized by using laser confocal microscopy, field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM) and transmission electron microscopy. Elemental distribution maps of the interfacial reaction layer and titanium matrix were quantitatively examined by electron probe micro-analyzer (EPMA). Micromechanical properties of SiC fiber and titanium matrix was inspected by Nano-indentation. The Fracture failure mechanisms was show that the key microstructural parameters which dominate damage initiation, damage growth and fracture behavior of the composites were explained in detail.
CitationIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, volume 772, issue 1, page 012061
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History: ppub 2021-05, open-access 2021-05-01
Publication status: Published