Development of al-si-fe/sic Particulate Composites as Advanced Materials for Engineering Application
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Abstract

This work has been carried out to develop a particulate strengthened Al-Si-Fe composite using silicon carbide as the particulate. Al-Si-Fe alloy with 5-25 weight per cent silicon carbide particles was produced using the double stir casting method.

The composites were heat-treated at 500oC for 3hours and quenched in warm water at 65oC, aged at100, 200 and 300oC with various ageing times between 60 to 660 minutes.

The infrastructures of the various alloy particulate composites produced were examined. The physical and mechanical properties measured include densities, porosity, ageing kinetic, ultimate tensile strength, yield strength, hardness values and impact energy.

Introduction

In the last two decades, most research and development efforts have aimed to reinforce monolithic metals and alloys with a ceramic phase with the primary purpose of enhancing their properties,

spanning the domains of physical, mechanical and fracture behaviour (Clyne, 2000, Surappa and Rohatgi, 1981), and strong interest has been shown in the application of metal matrix composites (MMCs) in the design of many engineering and non-engineering components (Maruyama, 1998, Jokinen and Rauta, 1992).

Potential uses of these materials in industries are numerous and they include such areas as aerospace (satellite struts), defense (electronic instrument racks), automotive (drive shafts and brake discs), sports goods (golf clubs and mountain bicycle frames), and marine (yacht fittings) (Clyne, 2000 and Ikechukwuka, 1997).

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