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Home  >  Journal list  >  MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS  >  Vol.46  No.10 (2005)  >  pp.2229-2236

MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS
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Image-Based Mechanical Analysis of Multifilamentary Microstructure Formation in Al–Fe Heavily Deformed In-Situ Composites

Hiroyuki Toda1), Hiroto Mizutani1), Toshiro Kobayashi1), Toshikazu Akahori1) and Mitsuo Niinomi1)
1) Department of Production Systems Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology

It has been reported that nano-scale multifilamentary microstructure, which has been readily available in Al–Nb systems, was hardly realized in Al–Fe heavily-deformed composites systems. In the present study, state-of-the-art techniques are applied to gain basic insight into the necessary requirement for the texture development of the Al–Fe composites. Three-dimensional finite element meshes were generated to monitor local stress and strain distributions in real materials. The approach taken in this study may be characterized as new type of the reverse engineering which is based on the visualization of microstructural features of materials. It has been clarified that local stress elevation occurs where the Fe phase is constricted or gnarled with flection when cutting chips are used as a matrix. Hydrostatic stress varies significantly in the Fe phase thereby promoting the plasticity of the Fe phase. Both sufficient strengthening of aluminum and irregular distribution of the embedded Fe phase are identified essential for multifilamentary microstructure formation.


Keyword:
heavily deformed in-situ composite, aluminum–iron, microtomography, finite-element simulation, multifilamentary microstructure

Received: April 26, 2005
Accepted: August 05, 2005 , Published online: November 14, 2005
Copyright (c) 2005 The Japan Institute of Metals

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