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The Effect of Minor Element Concentrations on the Strain Rate Sensitivity and Ductility of Commercial Purity Aluminium Sheet

Parker, B. A.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 07 February 1980, Vol.295(1413), pp.130-130 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The Effect of Minor Element Concentrations on the Strain Rate Sensitivity and Ductility of Commercial Purity Aluminium Sheet
  • Autor: Parker, B. A.
  • Assuntos: Physical sciences -- Physics -- Mechanics ; Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical elements ; Physical sciences -- Physics -- Mechanics ; Physical sciences -- Chemistry -- Chemical compounds
  • É parte de: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 07 February 1980, Vol.295(1413), pp.130-130
  • Descrição: Minor element levels vary considerably in commercial purity ( ca .99.5 % Al) aluminium alloy sheet obtained from various sources. Minor elements may be present in solution or as second phase particles formed during solidification or subsequent processing. The present work is largely concerned with the effects of elements in solution on strain-rate sensitivity and ductility. Recent treatments of plastic instability in tensile tests incorporate the strain rate sensitivity and note its importance in determining the strain at which instability occurs (Ghosh 1977; Marciniak 1974). Tensile properties have been determined on a range of aluminium sheet samples. The results show that small increases in solute concentration can result in a change from positive (flow stress increasing with strain rate) to negative strain rate sensitivity. The rate sensitivity was found to be strain dependent and this had led to a reconsideration of the effect of strain rate sensitivity on ductility. The work suggests that it is not the absolute value of the rate sensitivity that determines its effect on the strain to plastic instability, but rather the sign of its variation with strain. If this is positive then the strain to instability exceeds that expected in the absence of rate sensitivity; if the slope is negative the opposite trend is observed.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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