Characterization of intermetallic phases and planar defects in Mg-Y-Zn alloys

Y. M. Zhu, A. J. Morton, J. F. Nie

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Abstract

The structure of intermetallic phases and planar defects in the as-cast and the solution-treated microstructures of a Mg-8Y-2Zn-0.6Zr (wt%) alloy are characterized using transmission electron microscopy. The alloy was produced by permanent mould casting and solution treated at 500°C. It is found that the intermetallic particles in the as-cast microstructure have a monoclinic structure. An appreciable amount of intermetallic particles is still retained along grain boundaries after solution treatments for up to 60 hrs. However, the structure of the retained intermetallic particles changes gradually from monoclinic to hexagonal during the solution treatments. Some planar defects are also detected in the as-cast and the solution-treated (1 hr) microstructures. These defects have characteristic features of stacking faults.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPRICM 6
Subtitle of host publicationSixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing - Part 1
EditorsYoung Won Chang, Nack J. Kim, Chong Soo Lee
Place of PublicationPfaffikon Switzerland
PublisherTrans Tech Publications
Pages151-154
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)9783038131199
ISBN (Print)9780878494620
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2007
EventPacific Rim International Congress on Advanced Materials and Processing 2007 - South Korea, Jeju island, Korea, Republic of (South)
Duration: 5 Nov 20079 Nov 2007
Conference number: 6th
http://www.proceedings.com/02632.html

Publication series

NameMaterials Science Forum
PublisherTrans Tech Publications
Volume561-565
ISSN (Print)0255-5476
ISSN (Electronic)1662-9752

Conference

ConferencePacific Rim International Congress on Advanced Materials and Processing 2007
Abbreviated titlePRICM-6
CountryKorea, Republic of (South)
CityJeju island
Period5/11/079/11/07
Internet address

Keywords

  • Intermetallic particles
  • Magnesium alloys
  • Planar defects
  • TEM

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Zhu, Y. M., Morton, A. J., & Nie, J. F. (2007). Characterization of intermetallic phases and planar defects in Mg-Y-Zn alloys. In Y. W. Chang, N. J. Kim, & C. S. Lee (Eds.), PRICM 6: Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing - Part 1 (pp. 151-154). (Materials Science Forum; Vol. 561-565). Pfaffikon Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.561-565.151
Zhu, Y. M. ; Morton, A. J. ; Nie, J. F. / Characterization of intermetallic phases and planar defects in Mg-Y-Zn alloys. PRICM 6: Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing - Part 1. editor / Young Won Chang ; Nack J. Kim ; Chong Soo Lee. Pfaffikon Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications, 2007. pp. 151-154 (Materials Science Forum).
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Zhu, YM, Morton, AJ & Nie, JF 2007, Characterization of intermetallic phases and planar defects in Mg-Y-Zn alloys. in YW Chang, NJ Kim & CS Lee (eds), PRICM 6: Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing - Part 1. Materials Science Forum, vol. 561-565, Trans Tech Publications, Pfaffikon Switzerland, pp. 151-154, Pacific Rim International Congress on Advanced Materials and Processing 2007, Jeju island, Korea, Republic of (South), 5/11/07. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.561-565.151

Characterization of intermetallic phases and planar defects in Mg-Y-Zn alloys. / Zhu, Y. M.; Morton, A. J.; Nie, J. F.

PRICM 6: Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing - Part 1. ed. / Young Won Chang; Nack J. Kim; Chong Soo Lee. Pfaffikon Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications, 2007. p. 151-154 (Materials Science Forum; Vol. 561-565).

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Zhu YM, Morton AJ, Nie JF. Characterization of intermetallic phases and planar defects in Mg-Y-Zn alloys. In Chang YW, Kim NJ, Lee CS, editors, PRICM 6: Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing - Part 1. Pfaffikon Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications. 2007. p. 151-154. (Materials Science Forum). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.561-565.151