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Effect of magnesium content on the semi solid cast microstructure of hypereutectic aluminium-silicon alloys

Alireza Hekmat-Ardakan

PhD thesis (2009)

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Cite this document: Hekmat-Ardakan, A. (2009). Effect of magnesium content on the semi solid cast microstructure of hypereutectic aluminium-silicon alloys (PhD thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal). Retrieved from https://publications.polymtl.ca/8282/
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Abstract

Litterature review -- Principles of semi solid metal (SSM) processing -- Solidification characterization and thermodynamic evaluation of hypereutectic A1-Si alloys -- Mechanical properties of A1-Si alloys -- Methodology and experimental procedures -- Alloys under study -- Thermodynamic evaluation of the alloy system -- Preparing the high Mg content alloys -- Measurement of density by Archimedes's principle -- Microstructural characterization -- Rheological characterization -- Results and scientific findings -- Thermodynamic evaluation of hypereutectic A1-Si (A390) alloy with addition of Mg content -- Effects of Mg content on the evolution of eutectic microstructure for conventionnally cast and rheocast hypereutectic A1-Si alloy -- Effect of isothermal ageing on the semi solid microstructure of rheoprocessed and partially remelted of A390 alloy with 10% Mg addition -- Rheological characterization of hyper-eutectic A1Si sllloy with 10% Mg -- General discussion -- Contributions and recommendation.

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Alliages aluminium-magnésium-silicium -- Microstructure; Alliages eutectiques -- Microstructure

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Department: Département de génie physique
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2021 11:04
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2021 14:59
PolyPublie URL: https://publications.polymtl.ca/8282/

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