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ICMEL [ICMEL] Prof. Kyoungdoc Kim: Strengthening model development and effects of low diffusing solutes to…

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Abstract: A modified Orowan strengthening model is proposed to account for finite rod-shaped precipitates with hemispherical caps in aluminum alloy systems. A combined computational and experimental approach is used to study the influences of anisotropic Orowan looping and solute-dislocation interaction on temperature-dependent yield strength. The strengthening model is validated with a dataset containing 297 experimental precipitate geometries, chemistries, temperatures, and strength measurements, and achieves a strong predictive correlation of 0.8713 with experimentally measured yield strengths. Under conditions that are applicable to coarsening, constant particle volume fraction and aspect ratio, the model predicts that short rod precipitates provide far superior strengthening effects compared to plate precipitates. A cast Al-Si-Mg-Cu alloy with rod-shaped Q-phase (Al3Cu2Mg9Si7) precipitates was developed with a novel chemistry exploring the use of low-diffusivity elements (Mn, Ni, V, Zr) to limit precipitate coarsening. The thermodynamic behavior of Mn, Ni, V, and Zr across the Q-phase interface is examined using transmission electron microscopy (TEM), first-principles density-functional theory (DFT) calculations. and atom-probe tomography (APT). DFT calculations utilizing TEM identified Q-phase/Al-matrix interfaces show that Mn, Ni, V, and Zr preferentially segregate to the Q-phase precipitate boundaries which suggests inhibition of precipitate coarsening and higher strengths after temperature exposure. Atom-probe tomography confirms solute atom partitioning/segregation at the Q-phase/Al-matrix interface, found in the modified commercial AS7GU alloy (A356 +0.5%Cu), which supports these observations.

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