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Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of AA1050/Mg(AZ91)/AA1050 Complex Sheet Fabricated by Roll Bonding Process
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Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of AA1050/Mg(AZ91)/AA1050 Complex Sheet Fabricated by Roll Bonding Process
Lee, Seong-Hee; You, Hyo-Sang; Lim, Cha-Yong;
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 Abstract
A roll-bonding process was applied to fabricate an AA1050/AZ91/AA1050 laminate complex sheet. Two AA1050 and one AZ91 magnesium sheets of 2 mm thickness, 30 mm width and 200 mm length were stacked up after surface treatment that included degreasing and wire brushing; material was then reduced to a thickness of 3 mm by one-pass cold rolling. The laminate sheet bonded by the rolling was further reduced to 2 mm in thickness by conventional rolling. The rolling was performed at 623K without lubricant using a 2-high mill with a roll diameter of 210 mm. The rolling speed was 15.9 m/min. The AA1050/AZ91/AA1050 laminate complex sheet fabricated by roll bonding was then annealed at 373~573K for 0.5h. The microstructure of the complex sheets was revealed by electron back scatter diffraction (EBSD) measurement; the mechanical properties were investigated by tensile testing and hardness testing. The strength of the complex sheet was found to increase by 11 % and the tensile elongation decreased by 7%, compared to those values of the starting material. In addition, the hardness of the AZ91 Mg region was slightly higher than those of the AA1050 regions. Both AA1050 and AZ91 showed a typical deformation structure in which the grains were elongated in the rolling direction; however, the mis-orientation distribution of grain boundaries varied greatly between the two materials.
 Keywords
roll bonding process;AA1050/AZ91/AA1050 laminate complex structure;mechanical properties;electron back scatter diffraction;microstructure;
 Language
Korean
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