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Effect of alloying elements on magnesium alloy damping capacities at room temperature

Effect of alloying elements on magnesium alloy damping capacities at room temperature
Effect of alloying elements on magnesium alloy damping capacities at room temperature

Alloying is a good approach to increasing its strength but leads to a reduction of damping to pure magnesium. Classifying the alloying characteristics of various alloying elements in magnesium alloys and their combined effects on the damping and mechanical properties of magnesium alloys is important. In this paper, the properties of the Mg-0.6wt%X binary alloys were analyzed through strength measurements and dynamic mechanical analysis. The effects of foreign atoms on solid-solution strengthening and dislocation damping were studied comprehensively. The effect of solid solubility on damping capacity can be considered from two perspectives: the effect of single solid-solution atoms on the damping capacities of the alloy, and the effect of solubility on the damping capacities of the alloy. The results provide significant information that is useful in developing high-strength, high-damping magnesium alloys. This study will provide scientific guidance regarding the development of new types of damping magnesium alloys.

alloying, high-damping, high-strength, magnesium alloys
1674-4799
760-765
Wan, Di qing
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Hu, Ying lin
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Ye, Shu ting
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Li, Zhu min
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Wan, Di qing, Hu, Ying lin, Ye, Shu ting, Li, Zhu min, Li, Li li and Huang, Yi (2019) Effect of alloying elements on magnesium alloy damping capacities at room temperature. International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy and Materials, 26 (6), 760-765. (doi:10.1007/s12613-019-1789-6).

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Abstract

Alloying is a good approach to increasing its strength but leads to a reduction of damping to pure magnesium. Classifying the alloying characteristics of various alloying elements in magnesium alloys and their combined effects on the damping and mechanical properties of magnesium alloys is important. In this paper, the properties of the Mg-0.6wt%X binary alloys were analyzed through strength measurements and dynamic mechanical analysis. The effects of foreign atoms on solid-solution strengthening and dislocation damping were studied comprehensively. The effect of solid solubility on damping capacity can be considered from two perspectives: the effect of single solid-solution atoms on the damping capacities of the alloy, and the effect of solubility on the damping capacities of the alloy. The results provide significant information that is useful in developing high-strength, high-damping magnesium alloys. This study will provide scientific guidance regarding the development of new types of damping magnesium alloys.

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Accepted/In Press date: 30 November 2018
e-pub ahead of print date: 10 June 2019
Keywords: alloying, high-damping, high-strength, magnesium alloys

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Local EPrints ID: 432904
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/432904
ISSN: 1674-4799
PURE UUID: 7f5bb89f-9219-4ee5-b921-80322931cf3d
ORCID for Yi Huang: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9259-8123

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Date deposited: 31 Jul 2019 16:30
Last modified: 07 Oct 2020 06:33

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