The mechanical behaviour by tensile strength test from room temperature to 350°C in the rapidly solidified Mg-10Ni-10Y (at. %) ribbon has been studied. To determine the effect of yttrium additions the results are compared with those of Mg-11Ni studied in a previous work. Before studding the mechanical behavior of the material the thermal stability of the amorphous ribbon and the crystallization reactions were determined by DSC experiments. Results show that yttrium stabilizes the amorphous phase but it has not reinforcement effect. The tensile strength and elongation to failure values of the ternary alloy are lower than those of Mg-11Ni.
|Translated title of the contribution||Evolution of mechanical properties with temperature in amorphous Mg10Ni10Y ribbons|
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Revista de Metalurgia (Madrid)|
|State||Published - 2006|
- Magnesium alloys
- Mechanical behaviour
- Metallic glasses