Influences of Second–Phase Particles on Recrystallization Processes of Al Alloys
LI Zhiqiang1 , WANG Junsheng 1, 2
(1. School of Materials Science & Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing 100081, China; 2. Advanced Research Institute of Multidisciplinary Science, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing 100081, China)
Abstract：The recrystallization processes of Al alloys under the influences of second–phase particles are investigated. There are many second phase particles in the microstructures of aluminum alloys. These second–phase particles can be formed in the solidification processes or precipitated in the solid phase transformation processes. They have great influences on the recrystallization processes of the Al alloys. Firstly, in the nucleation processes, the fine dispersed second phase particles prevent the dislocation movement, thus slowing down the recrystallization nucleation processes. However, when the sizes of the second–phase particles are large, the dislocations concentrate around the second– phase particles with high density, which leads to nucleation near the second phase particles. Secondly, in the process of recrystallization grain growth, the second–phase particles pin the grain boundary movement, thus slowing down the recrystallization processes. The influences of the size and distribution of second phase particles on the recrystallization processes are very important foundation of the composition and processing technology design of Al alloys. The influence factors of the second–phase particles on the recrystallization processes of Al alloys mainly focus on the analysis of the size and distribution of the second–phase particles. The morphologies of second–phase particles and the particle/matrix interfacial energies also have great influences on the recrystallization processes.
李志强，王俊升. 第二相粒子对铝合金再结晶的影响研究[J]. 航空制造技术, 2021, 64(9): 93-101.
LI Zhiqiang,WANG Junsheng. Influences of Second–Phase Particles on Recrystallization Processes of Al Alloys. Aeronautical Manufacturing Technology, 2021, 64(9): 93-101.