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Author Huang, Lujun,
Title Discontinuously reinforced titanium matrix composites : microstructure design and property optimization / Lujun Huang, Lin Geng.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, 2017.

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Subject Metallic composites.
Titanium compounds.
Alt Name Geng, Lin,
Description 1 online resource (vii, 178 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1 Introduction; 1.1 Discontinuously Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites; 1.2 Fundamental Aspects of Metal Matrix Composites; 1.2.1 Reconsidering the Matrix and Reinforcement Phases; 1.2.2 Fundamentals Behind the Design of Inhomogeneity; 1.3 Classification of Inhomogeneous Phases; 1.3.1 Isolated Microstructure; 1.3.2 Bar and Laminated/Ring-Like Microstructure; 1.3.3 3D Network Microstructure; 1.3.4 Bi-continuous Microstructure; 1.3.5 Theoretical Justification; 1.4 Discontinuously Reinforced Titanium Matrix Composites; References.
8.2.2 Property Evolution After β Extrusion.
2 Design and Fabrication of Network-Structured Pure Ti Matrix Composites2.1 Design of Network-Structured Composites; 2.2 Fabrication of Network-Structured Composites; 2.3 Strengthening and Toughening Mechanisms of Network-Structured Composites; 2.4 Fabrication of (Ti5Si3+Ti2C)/Ti Composites with Network Microstructure; References; 3 Microstructure Characteristics of Ti6Al4V Matrix Composites with Network Microstructure; 3.1 Microstructure Characteristics; 3.2 Effects of Sintering Parameters on Microstructure of the Composites; 3.3 Effects of TiBw Volume Fractions on Microstructure.
5.2.3 Fracture and Strengthening Mechanisms5.3 Rolling Deformation; 5.4 Superplastic Tensile Deformation; 5.4.1 Superplastic Tensile Behavior; 5.4.2 Superplastic Deformation Mechanism; 5.4.3 Comparative Study on Superplastic Behaviors of Titanium Alloy and Composites; References; 6 Effects of Heat Treatment on Microstructure and Properties of TiBw/Ti6Al4V Composites; 6.1 Design of Heat Treatment Parameters; 6.2 Microstructure Evolution; 6.3 Mechanical Property Evolution; 6.4 Effects of Heat Treatment on the Extruded Composites; References.
Summary This book introduces readers to titanium matrix composites (TMCs) with novel network microstructures. The bottleneck problem of extreme brittleness and low strengthening effect surrounding TMCs fabricated by means of powder metallurgy has recently been solved by designing network microstructures, which yield both high strength and superior ductility. As such, network structured TMCs will increasingly offer materials characterized by low weight, high strength, high temperature resistance and superior deformability. The book systematically addresses the design, fabrication, microstructure, properties, modification, and toughening mechanisms of these composites, which will help us find innovative solutions to a range of current and future engineering problems.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed April 25, 2017).
ISBN 9789811044496 (electronic bk.)
981104449X (electronic bk.)
9789811044472 (print)
9811044473
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-10-4449-6
OCLC # 983834453
Additional Format Print version: Huang, Lujun. Discontinuously reinforced titanium matrix composites. Singapore : Springer, 2017 9789811044472 9811044473 (OCoLC)975368483