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The internal friction related to dislocation peak in a graphite particulate CuAlMn shape memory alloy composite

Sun Wei Wang Qing-Zhou Han Fu-Sheng

The internal friction related to dislocation peak in a graphite particulate CuAlMn shape memory alloy composite

Sun Wei, Wang Qing-Zhou, Han Fu-Sheng
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  • A composite was fabricated by an infiltration process using graphite particulates for damping enhancement phase and a Cu-11.9Al-2.5Mn (wt%) shape memory alloy as the matrix, and the internal friction of the resulting composite was studied. Two internal friction peaks were observed in the quenched specimens during heating at 240℃ and 370℃ respectively, of which only the evolvement and the mechanism of the low-temperature peak were investigated in the present study. It was found that, the peak only appears in the composite; the location of the peak is independent of frequency but its height increases with increasing frequency; the peak rises and shifts towards high temperature as the heating rate is increased; the height increases with increasing volume fraction of the graphite particulates; and it disappears after several thermal cycles. It is demonstrated from these features together with microstructure examinations that the peak results from the interaction between the applied stress and the dislocations in the matrix.
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  • Received Date:  02 June 2006
  • Accepted Date:  18 July 2006
  • Published Online:  26 January 2007

The internal friction related to dislocation peak in a graphite particulate CuAlMn shape memory alloy composite

  • 1. (1)浙江工贸职业技术学院,温州 325003; (2)中国科学院固体物理研究所,合肥 230031

Abstract: A composite was fabricated by an infiltration process using graphite particulates for damping enhancement phase and a Cu-11.9Al-2.5Mn (wt%) shape memory alloy as the matrix, and the internal friction of the resulting composite was studied. Two internal friction peaks were observed in the quenched specimens during heating at 240℃ and 370℃ respectively, of which only the evolvement and the mechanism of the low-temperature peak were investigated in the present study. It was found that, the peak only appears in the composite; the location of the peak is independent of frequency but its height increases with increasing frequency; the peak rises and shifts towards high temperature as the heating rate is increased; the height increases with increasing volume fraction of the graphite particulates; and it disappears after several thermal cycles. It is demonstrated from these features together with microstructure examinations that the peak results from the interaction between the applied stress and the dislocations in the matrix.

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