PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF Ti-Mg COMPOSITES FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS

2018-10-27
Bütev, Ezgi
Esen, Ziya
Dericioğlu, Arcan Fehmi
In the present study, a new type of Ti-Mg/AZ91 composite has been successfully manufactured using pressureless infiltration method to be used for structural and functional applications. Porous Ti6Al4V alloy skeleton structure was produced by loose powder sintering which was then filled with either liquid magnesium or AZ91 alloy at around 800 qC under high purity argon atmosphere in order to obtain Ti-Mg composites. Starting porous preforms contained 40 vol% open porosity, and nearly all of the pores were completely filled with Mg or Mg alloy after infiltration without formation of secondary phases and intermetallics. Quasi-static compression tests along with hydrogen evolution tests were performed in simulated body fluid environment in order to understand the corrosion tendency of the Ti-Mg composites and to evaluate their potential applications in biomedical industry

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Citation Formats
E. Bütev, Z. Esen, and A. F. Dericioğlu, “PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF Ti-Mg COMPOSITES FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS,” presented at the 9. International Metallurgy Materials Congress(2018), İstanbul, Türkiye, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/80068.