Mixing Y89 Influence on Mechanical Properties of Casting Mg17Al12

Hansong Yang; Shaoju Hao; Junjie Liang
January 2016
Key Engineering Materials;2016, Vol. 667, p303
Academic Journal
For its light quality, good thermal conductivity, and excellent electricity shielding performance, Magnesium alloy has been used in industry, agricultural and so on, for rare earth elements can improve the mechanical performance of magnesium alloy, the study of powder metallurgy is influence by rare earth magnesium is few at present. so, in this paper, by mixing powder metallurgy method the Y89 element was added in Mg17Al12 magnesium alloy, the influence of Y89 on microstructure, hardness and compression performance of Mg17Al12 magnesium alloy was studied, The experimental results show that when amount of Y89's addition, the mechanical performance is more then and when is 1.22%, its mechanical performance is best, hardness is 66.7 HV, compressive strength is 113.6 MPa, increased respectively by 19.7% and 29.3% compared the Mg17Al12 magnesium alloy substrate, and the grain refinement effect of Mg17Al12 magnesium alloy is the best at this time.


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