The Influence of the Structure of a Magnesium–Aluminum Nitride Metal-Matrix Composite on the Resistance to Deformation under Quasi-Static and Dynamic Loading
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The microstructure of an ML5 commercial magnesium alloy reinforced by aluminum nitride (AlN) nanoparticles with an average size of 80 nm at an amount of 0.5 wt % has been studied. Comparative data on strength and plasticity of the initial ML15 alloy and AlN-reinforced metal-matrix composite were obtained using Instron 3369 universal testing machine. The influence of material microstructure on the resistance of samples to high-rate deformation and fracture was determined by analysis of the full wave profiles measured using a VISAR laser Doppler velocimeter.
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