Parameter estimation for semi-solid aluminum alloys using transient experiments
AuthorAlexandrou, Andreas N.
SourceSolid State Phenomena
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A rotating vane-cup rheometer is used to determine the rheological properties of semi-solid slurries, and a procedure is established for characterizing the rheology with emphasis given to the proper and self-consistent evaluation of the material constants.
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Alexandrou, Andreas N.; Florides, G. C.; Georgiou, G. C.; Apelian, D. (Affiliation: Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University Cyprus, P.O.Box 20537, 1678 Nicosia, CyprusAffiliation: Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Cyprus, P.O.Box 20537, 1678 Nicosia, CyprusAffiliation: Metal Processing Institute, WPI, Worcester, MA, United StatesCorrespondence Address: Alexandrou, A.N.Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University Cyprus, P.O.Box 20537, 1678 Nicosia, Cyprus, 2004)An essential element for the integration of the semisolid metal (SSM) process in the production of complex commercial components is the availability of accurate mathematical and computational tools that could describe both ...
Alexandrou, Andreas N.; Burgos, G. R.; Entov, V. M. (2000)Processing of metal alloys in their mushy state represents a new trend in metal processing. The process produces components with low porosity, high crack resistance along with fine microstructure and mechanical properties ...
Alexandrou, Andreas N.; Florides, G. C.; Georgiou, G. C. (2013)A standard method used to determine material properties of semi-solid slurries is the squeeze flow experiment