Monotectic Al–Bi–Sn alloys directionally solidified : effects of Bi content, growth rate and cooling rate on the microstructural evolution and hardness

Monotectic Al–Bi–Sn alloys directionally solidified : effects of Bi content, growth rate and cooling rate on the microstructural evolution and hardness

Thiago A. Costa, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Marcelino Dias, Crystopher Brito, Noé Cheung, Amauri Garcia

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Al-based monotectic alloys can have interesting tribological characteristics with the solute acting as a solid lubricant, while the matrix provides required structural integrity. The addition of third elements can increase the alloy load capacity. The microstructural features of these alloys, such...

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Monotectic Al–Bi–Sn alloys directionally solidified : effects of Bi content, growth rate and cooling rate on the microstructural evolution and hardness

Thiago A. Costa, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Marcelino Dias, Crystopher Brito, Noé Cheung, Amauri Garcia


										

Monotectic Al–Bi–Sn alloys directionally solidified : effects of Bi content, growth rate and cooling rate on the microstructural evolution and hardness

Thiago A. Costa, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Marcelino Dias, Crystopher Brito, Noé Cheung, Amauri Garcia

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    Journal of alloys and compounds. An interdisciplinary journal of materials science and solid-state chemistry and physics

    Vol. 653 (Dec., 2015), p. 243-254