Application of neutron diffraction in characterization of texture evolution during high-temperature creep in magnesium alloys

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TypeArticle
Proceedings titleMagnesium Technology
ConferenceMagnesium Technology 2011 - TMS 2011 Annual Meeting and Exhibition, 27 February 2011 through 3 March 2011, San Diego, CA
ISSN1545-4150
ISBN9781118029367
Pages233237; # of pages: 5
SubjectElevated temperature strength; Extrudability; High temperature creep; High temperature performance; Processing technologies; Room temperature; Texture evolutions; Wrought alloys; Wrought magnesium alloys; Wrought materials; Corrosion resistance; Creep; Creep testing; Exhibitions; Magnesium; Neutron diffraction; Textures; Magnesium alloys
AbstractA good combination of room-temperature and elevated temperature strength and ductility, good salt-spray corrosion resistance and excellent diecastability are frequently among the main characteristics considered when developing a new magnesium alloy. Unfortunately, much less effort has been expended developing wrought-stock alloys for high temperature applications. Extrudability and high temperature performance of wrought material becomes an important factor in an effort to develop new wrought alloys and processing technologies. This paper shows some results obtained from creep testing and studies of in-creep texture evolution, for several wrought magnesium alloys developed for use in elevated-temperature applications.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada (NRC-CNRC); NRC Canadian Neutron Beam Centre (CNBC-CCFN)
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NPARC number21271128
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