Published: Jan 1996
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An investigation was undertaken to evaluate the constitutive response and in-elastic deformation characteristics in titanium-based metal matrix composites (MMC) with two types of ceramic fibers, namely, SCS-6 and Sigma. The titanium matrix was Beta 21S, currently named TIMETAL-21S. Monotonic tests were conducted at room temperature (RT) and between 483 and 815°C. The inelastic deformation in the 8 lamina under compression was controlled primarily by matrix plasticity, although some evidence of fiber-matrix debonding was observed. The inelastic deformation mechanisms under compression in 8 lamina were primarily due to radial fiber cracking from the core for the SCS-6 fiber and fiber-matrix debonding. However, for the Sigma fiber, radial cracking was absent. The effect of temperature on degradation of mechanical properties such as modulus and yield strength for the composites with two different fibers were compared.
composites materials, inelastic deformation mechanisms, metal matrix composites, plasticity, debonding, compression failure, ceramic fibers testing, design
Professor, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI