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Al-Mg 합금 페룰의 제조 및 기계적 특성

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Title
Al-Mg 합금 페룰의 제조 및 기계적 특성
Other Titles
Fabrication and Mechanical Behavior of Al-Mg Alloy Ferrules
Author
Park, Chan HoJeong, Hu YoungEom, Gab SikSon, Hyeon TaekPark, Sung Soo
Keywords
ferrule; alloys; extrusion; mechanical properties; tensile test
Issue Date
201401
Publisher
KOREAN INST METALS MATERIALS
Citation
KOREAN JOURNAL OF METALS AND MATERIALS, v.52, no.1, pp.47 - 53
Abstract
Two Al-Mg alloys were subjected to extrusion for fabricating ferrules and the mechanical behavior of the extruded ferrules was investigated. To estimate the proper extrusion conditions, the power dissipation efficiency and plastic instability of the Al-Mg alloys were assessed by the construction of deformation processing maps. The Al-1.5Mg alloy ferrule had a higher work hardening capacity than the Al-0.9Mg alloy ferrule, which resulted in a higher load bearing capacity in the former during the extension test of wire rope slings. Two Al-Mg alloys were subjected to extrusion for fabricating ferrules and the mechanical behavior of the extruded ferrules was investigated. To estimate the proper extrusion conditions, the power dissipation efficiency and plastic instability of the Al-Mg alloys were assessed by the construction of deformation processing maps. The Al-1.5Mg alloy ferrule had a higher work hardening capacity than the Al-0.9Mg alloy ferrule, which resulted in a higher load bearing capacity in the former during the extension test of wire rope slings. Two Al-Mg alloys were subjected to extrusion for fabricating ferrules and the mechanical behavior of the extruded ferrules was investigated. To estimate the proper extrusion conditions, the power dissipation efficiency and plastic instability of the Al-Mg alloys were assessed by the construction of deformation processing maps. The Al-1.5Mg alloy ferrule had a higher work hardening capacity than the Al-0.9Mg alloy ferrule, which resulted in a higher load bearing capacity in the former during the extension test of wire rope slings.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.3365/KJMM.2014.52.1.047
ISSN
1738-8228
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