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|Title:||Influence of the microstructural and mechanical properties of reinforced graphene in magnesium matrix fabricated by friction stir processing|
|Citation:||Advances in Materials Science and Engineering: Proceedings of the International Conference on Functional Materials, Manufacturing and Performances (ICFMMP 2019), as published in Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, 2020 / pp.235-247|
|Series/Report no.:||Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering;|
|Conference Name:||International Conference on Functional Materials, Manufacturing and Performances (ICFMMP) (12 Sep 2019 - 13 Sep 2019 : Jalandhar City, India)|
|Nazish Alam, Md. Manzar Iqbal, Chander Prakash, Subhash Singh, and Animesh Basak|
|Abstract:||The aim of the present researchwork is to find out the influence of uniform dispersion of different volume percentages of graphene nanoparticles into magnesium matrix, fabricated by friction stir processing (FSP). These composites can be used in various applications, particularly in electrical, automobile and aerospace industries due to its lightweight and good electrical and mechanical properties. The friction processed surface of pure magnesium and composites were characterized through X-ray diffraction (XRD). Mechanical properties such as tensile test of the friction stir processed (FSPed) composites were performed in universal testing machine and the specimen was prepared according to standard dimension by wire EDM. The initial properties of the material were compared to the FSPed pure magnesium matrix composites. The role of various volume percentages of reinforcement by FSP resulted in grain refinements as well as improved the mechanical properties of the FSPed composite.|
|Keywords:||Friction stir processing; Metal matrix composites; Pure magnesium; Graphene; Tensile strength; X-ray diffraction (XRD)|
|Rights:||© Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2020|
|Appears in Collections:||Adelaide Microscopy publications|
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