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Aluminum used consists of powder, 100% passes through a 100 meshes sieve and are completely retained by a 200 meshes sieve. 96 % aluminum with the impurities shown on Table 1. Table 1. Chemical Composition of Aluminum Element Sb Ba Cd Pb Cr Concentration ppm 18 40 8 9 5 Nb was a nanosize powder. 8 % supplied by Sigma Aldrich. Weighting of Materials. balance. Components of the composite were weighted in an analytical Grinding. The ratio of load of balls to B4C-A1 mixture was 10:1. The load composition consisted of 900 g of zirconia one cm diameter spheres.
A plateau, which usually characterizes the formation of an intermetallic phase in the interface, could not be detected. Figure 2: Position of the measurement to the analysis of the interface by EDX line scan Tensile test The results of the quasi-static tensile tests are shown in Figure 9. Each of the coextruded samples mostly failed in the bonding zone. The tensile strength after extrusion is in average about 51 MPa with a standard deviation of ± 6 MPa. 5. Figure 9: Tensile stress of compound samples produced with an extrusion ratio of 4 34 Subsequent heat treatment After co-extrusion the samples were heat treated.
The geometry of the test-piece is shown in Figure 2 and has a thickness of 1 mm. Due to uneven strain across the length of the sample only the crosshead displacement was regarded. Based on the known entire crosssection of the samples the stress values were calculated to determine the bond strength. The tensile tests were performed on the samples with aluminium profile thickness of 70 mm and a titanium reinforcement thickness of 6 mm (produced with an extrusion ratio of 4). Unfortunately the samples from the profile of the aluminium profile thickness of 28 mm with the 2 mm thick titanium reinforcement (produced with an extrusion ratio of 20) could not be tested in this way due to the small dimension of the titanium reinforcement.