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Microstructural studies of WC-Co composites

Richard Michael Greenwood

Microstructural studies of WC-Co composites

by Richard Michael Greenwood

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Metallurgy and Materials.

Statementby Richard Michael Greenwood.
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Open LibraryOL13826981M

Friction and Wear of Ceramics: Principles and Case Studies View larger image. By: Bikramjit Basu and Mitjan Kalin and B. V. Kumar. WC-Co base metal matrix composites with the addition of other carbides such as TiC have superior properties such as high hardness, good fracture toughness and high wear resistance. They are typical powder metallurgy products and constitute a complex composite structure with a ductile Co matrix (sometimes Fe and Ni) and extremely hard brittle carbide phase (mostly WC and TiC).

We have investigated the microstructure of indium‐indium oxide composite films prepared by thermal vapor deposition in the oxygen atmosphere. The films show granular‐amorphous structural phase tran. It was also done a microstructural study by Rietvelds method, whose routine was designed to run in the Fullprof Suite program, and analyzed by pseudo-Voigt function. It has noticed that the molar ratio between metal-citric acid in the system CeO 2 -NiO , and has a strong influence on microstructural proprieties, crystallite size and.

While this is a distant goal, scientists are making progress toward better microstructural computer modeling, as well as links between that modeling and full-scale performance characteristics, which are likely to continue reducing physical tests. Such modeling is one piece of the Accelerated Insertion of Materials —Composites (AIM-C) program.   The impact of ND on the chemistry of the WC-Co and composite systems can be understood from the EDS point analysis conducted on WC particles and the Co binder, which are tabulated in Tables 4 and.


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Microstructural studies of WC-Co composites by Richard Michael Greenwood Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this study, novel cemented carbides based on WC plus HEAs (CoCrFeNiMn) that mixtures with a variable WC/HEA ratio has been fabricated. The crystal structure, microstructure, and mechanical properties of these novel alloys were investigated, and some microstructural defects are also treated.

Experimental Raw materials and sample Author: Dingqian Dong, Dingqian Dong, Xin Xiang, Bo Huang, Huiwen Xiong, Li Zhang, Kaihua Shi, Jun Liao. Microstructural studies of WC-Co composites book   WC-Co composite, also well known as cemented carbide, is a ceramic based composite consisting of a carbide skeleton intertwined with metal binder.

Due to its unique combination of high wear resistance and high toughness compared with other ceramics materials, cemented carbides have been widely used in high hardness/wear resistance by: 5. This work aims to study the metal matrix composite (MMC) of the drill body obtained using the infiltration of loose powder (WC/W 2 C, Cu-Mn) by a Ni-based bronze and brazed with the WC-Co (substrate of PDC insert).

Furthermore, the electrochemical behavior and the corrosion resistance of the MMC and the interfaces, are particularly characterized in a M NaOH by: 3.

This unique microstructural concept of "composite within a composite" (i.e., dual matrix composite) has been applied to Co-WC [39, 40], AlSiCp [41], Al-Sn-B4C [42] and Ti-TiB w [44e   Kim et al.

modelled the relationship between the microstructural features and strength of the WC–Co cermet’s. They have used a two-dimensional Finite Element Method (FEM) to predict the stress–strain distributions and the fracture strengths of WC–Co composites with carbide grain sizes from to µm and carbide volume fractions Author: D.

Kanagarajan, P. Sivaraj, M. Seeman, R. Seetharaman. Microstructure is the very small scale structure of a material, defined as the structure of a prepared surface of material as revealed by an optical microscope above 25× magnification.

The microstructure of a material (such as metals, polymers, ceramics or composites) can strongly influence physical properties such as strength, toughness, ductility, hardness, corrosion resistance, high/low. This book covers the area of tribology broadly, providing important introductory chapters to fundamentals, processing, and applications of tribology.

The book is designed primarily for easy and cohesive understanding for students and practicing scientists pursuing the area of tribology with focus on materials.

This book helps students and practicing scientists alike understand that a. Ball milled WC-Co Cermet in an amount of 6 wt. % is used as reinforcement in Al matrix. Microstructural characterization of the prepared composites is carried out using SEM/EDX and XRD studies. X-ray diffraction studies have revealed the peaks corresponding to α-Al, WC, Co and minor Al 5 W phases.

SEM/EDX characterization revealed the. The material studied is a commercial grade of WC-Co supplied by Sandvik Hyperion, with 11 wt% of Co (17 vol%) and the following microstructural characteristics: mean carbide grain size (d WC) of ± μm; binder mean free path (λ Co) of ± μm and WC contiguity (C WC) of ± The magnetic cobalt of the material was.

Composite Applns. Properties Voigt, Reuss, Hill Anistrpy. CTE Cellular Matls. Wood 4 Key points • Composites are regarded as ar?ficial (man-made) mixtures of phases. • Classifica?on of composites by reinforcement type (dimensionality) - par1cles, fibers and laminated. Two‐dimensional finite element simulations were used to study the effects of orientation texture on the transverse rupture strengths of WC–Co composites.

The model incorporates observed microstructural geometries, anisotropic thermal and elastic properties, and a fracture criterion that reproduces the strengths of known specimens.

In particular, a study was made of the correlations between the strength and mechanical and microstructural parameters, such as ¯L Co,C WC, ¯L Co /¯D WC, ¯L Co 2 /¯D WC,H V and wear resistance.

A hypothesis for the mechanism of fracture has been proposed following an analysis of these results and a study of the mode of fracture. Microstructural Characterization of Materials, 2nd Edition will appeal to senior undergraduate and graduate students of material science, materials engineering, and materials chemistry, as well as to qualified engineers and more advanced researchers, who will find the book a useful and comprehensive general reference source.

Microstructural and mechanical properties of alkali activated binders based on blends of Colombian granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) and fly ash (FA) were investigated. The synthesis of alkali activated binders was conducted at 85 °C for 24 h with different slag/fly ash ratios (, and ). Mineralogical and microstructural characterization was carried out.

Microstructural Evolution of Composite 8 WC-(Co, Ni): Effect of the Addition of SiC Article (PDF Available) in Defect and Diffusion Forum February with Reads.

While empirical relationships between the mechanical properties of WC-Co composites and the carbide grain size and carbide volume fraction are qualitatively well-known, the influence of other microstructural features on the macroscopic properties has been less clear.

In this thesis, a comprehensive study of the effect of the interface. From this study, we have demonstrated the feasibility of ceramics microstructural design with an interconnected interface using CNP-Al 2 O 3 composite.

This method of microstructural design will open up greater possibilities and potential for materials design through bottom-up assembly to induce the desired properties for a wide range of. Abstract A deep knowledge of micromechanical properties of each constitutive phase of cemented carbides is crucial to improve their performance on the basis of microstructural design optimization.

In the present work, a systematic experimental procedure has been followed to determine the intrinsic hardness of individual WC and (W,Ti,Ta,Nb)C particles, as well as that of the metallic binder. Modeling the relationship between microstructural features and the strength of WC–Co composites Chang-Soo Kim a, Ted R.

Massa b, Gregory S. Rohrer a,* a Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Forbes Avenue, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PAUSA b Kennametal Incorporated, Corporate Technology, Technology. In the present study, the feasibility of laser metal deposition of WC reinforced Nickel composite coatings was investigated for the application of hardfacing coating on copper.

Ni/60WC MMC were fabricated on the surface of copper with a buffer layer of hastelloy C Additional sets of samples were deposited on a mild steel substrate.

Analysis of Composite Materials with Random Microstructure by Jan Zeman A treatise submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Microstructural statistics for fully overlapping discs The microstructural changes observed in the IF-WS 2 particulates as a consequence of the treatments could be categorized in two distinct fracture modes.

The most commonly observed was the formation of a crack at the particles surface followed by a phase transformation from the 3D cage-like structures into the 2D layered polymorphs, [email protected]{osti_, title = {Microstructural evolution of WC-Co alloys}, author = {Strauss, J.T.}, abstractNote = {The microstructural development and grain-coarsening behavior of WC-Co alloys, with and without a VC additive, were investigated.

The primary goal was to determine the mechanism through which VC acts as a grain-growth inhibitor.