Low-Velocity Impact Behavior of Porous Metal Matrix Composites Produced by Recycling of Bronze and Iron Chips
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In this study, the low-velocity impact behavior of porous metal matrix composites (MMCs) has been investigated. The MMCs consisting of spheroidal cast iron chips (GGG-40) and bronze chips (CuSn10) were produced by hot isostatic pressing. The MMCs were produced with different CuSn10 contents as 90–80–70–60%. The hot isostatic pressing was performed under three different pressures and temperatures. The produced MMCs were exposed to low-velocity impact loading under 2 m/s by using a drop weight test stand. The test results were compared with the bulk CuSn10 and bulk GGG-40, separately. The test results revealed that hot-isostatic-pressed MMCs can successfully represent bulk material properties when subjected to low-velocity impact loading even these MMCs have porosity 2–8%.
KeywordsLow-velocity impact Recycling Isostatic hot pressing Metal matrix composites (MMCs)
This study has been financially funded by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) under Grant Number: MAG-113M141.
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