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I. Ebrahimzadeh, Gh.h. Akbari,
Volume 6, Issue 1 (winter 2009 2009)

Abstract: Horizontal continuous casting is widely used to produce semi-finished and finished metallic products. Homogeneity in metallurgical characteristics and mechanical properties in such products is of importance. In the present work microstructure and mechanical properties of a horizontal continuous cast pipe have been studied. Microstructural features were investigated by an optical microscope equipped with image analyzer and SEM was used to characterize precipitates. Tensile behavior, impact strength and hardness variations were the mechanical properties which were studied. Results showed that microstructure and mechanical properties had diversities in different parts of the pipe and distinct differences were observed between upper and lower parts of the pipe. A meaningful correlation was found in microstructure and mechanical properties in different parts of the component.
Behzad Rahimzadeh, Maisam Jalaly, Mehrdad Roshan,
Volume 20, Issue 1 (March 2023)

Considering the widespread use of aluminum composites in various industries and the emergence of nanomaterials such as graphene and boron nitrite (BN) with their unique properties, aluminum-based nanocomposite reinforced by the graphene-BN hybrid was fabricated at different percentages. For this purpose, the graphene-BN hybrid was prepared and subjected to wet milling along with the aluminum powder. The mechanical properties of the final nanocomposite which was consolidated using the spark plasma sintering (SPS) method were examined. Aluminum-based composite specimens containing 1 wt.% graphene0 wt.% BN (AGB1), 0.95 wt.% graphene0.05 wt.% BN (AGB2), 0.90 wt.% graphene0.1 wt.% BN (AGB3), and 0.85 wt.% graphene0.15 wt.% BN (AGB4) were fabricated and compared with non-reinforced aluminum (AGB0). The hardness values of 48.1, 51.1, 56.2, 54.1, and 43.6 Hv were obtained for AGB0, AGB1, AGB2, AGB3, and AGB4, respectively. Additionally, tensile strengths of these specimens were 67.2, 102.1, 129.5, 123.7, and 114.7 MPa, respectively. According to the results of the hardness and tensile tests, it was revealed that the AGB2 specimen had the highest tensile strength (93% higher than AGB0 and 27% higher than AGB1) and hardness (17% higher than AGB0 and 10% higher than AGB1).

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