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Resource typeConference Paper
Title(s)Comparison of Friction Extrusion Processing From Bulk and Chips of Aluminum-Copper Alloys
CreatorRath, Lars  0000-0002-7497-5201 (Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon  03qjp1d79)
Suhuddin, Uceu  0000-0002-4000-4036 (Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon  03qjp1d79)
Klusemann, Benjamin  0000-0002-8516-5087  142865192 (Institut für Produktionstechnik und -systeme (IPTS), Leuphana Universität Lüneburg  02w2y2t16)
AbstractFriction extrusion processing describes the extrusion of metallic materials via severe plastic deformation imposed by friction-induced heat and shear strain. The process features relative rotational movement between die and feedstock material, resulting in complex shear introduction affecting local thermal and material flow conditions. While the processing of powders, chips and bulk material for improvement of extrudate properties has been studied independently, this work focuses on the direct comparison between the friction extrusion of bulk material and chips of AlCu10 under identical processing conditions. Analysis of machine response and microstructure in the extruded wires allows for first conclusions, identifying characteristics and requirements for friction extrusion processing from different feedstock materials.
KeywordsAluminum-Copper; Fine-Grain Materials; Friction Extrusion; Solid-State Processing
Year of publication in PubData2024
Publishing typeParallel publication
Publication versionPublished version
Date issued2022-07-22
Creation contextResearch
Published byMedien- und Informationszentrum, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
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Title of the resource typeKey Engineering Materials
IdentifierDOI: 10.4028/p-vw04z5
Publication year2022
Pages471 - 480
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
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