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Evaluation of Microstructure, Hardness, and Tensile Properties: A Comparative Study of Stir Cast and Extruded Al7005/Glass-/Fly-Ash-Reinforced Hybrid MMCs
Advances in Materials Science and Engineering
The effect of extrusion ratio and addition of glass and fly ash on microstructural, mechanical properties, and fracture behavior of Al composites is examined. Both the composites and hybrid composites are prepared by the liquid metallurgical technique. Microstructure, extrusion effect on hardness, tensile properties, and fracture are studied using an optical micrograph, hardness tester, Universal Testing Machine, and scanning electron microscope, respectively. Experimental results show thatdoi:10.1155/2021/8601484 fatcat:btdsfrc7kfaldfyr2rndxfutae