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High-temperature deformation behavior of an Al-8.4Fe-3.6Ce dispersion-strengthened material

AuthorsCarreño, Fernando; Ruano, Oscar Antonio
Creep behavior
Phase precipitate
Issue Date1999
CitationMetallurgical and Materials Transactions - Series A 30(2) : 371-376 (1999)
AbstractThe high-temperature deformation behavior of a dispersion-strengthened Al-8.4Fe-3.6Ce material studied by Yaney and Nix[1] has been reanalyzed using concepts used in the analysis of the creep behavior of Al-Fe-V-Si materials. The Al-8.4Fe-3.6Ce material presents a high volume fraction of submicron dispersoids. The stress exponent and the activation energy values are anomalously hightemperature dependent, as it is usually found in most reinforced materials. Although the creep behavior of this material has been described by the deformation of dispersoids, however, direct evidence of the deformation of the second-phase precipitates was not obtained. In this work, a new approach is further developed. This approach is based on the constant substructure slip creep equation modified by the presence of an interaction between dislocations and dispersoids. This approach is able to satisfactorily predict the creep behavior of the Al-8.4Fe-3.6Ce material.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11661-999-0326-z
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