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Nano Titanium Diboride particles reinforced aluminum alloy composite materials (3D printing field)

DATE :2021-07-20
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Nano-titanium diboride particles reinforced aluminum-based composite materials, TiB2p/Al has excellent mechanical and physical properties such as high specific strength and specific modulus, wear resistance, fatigue resistance, low density, and good dimensional stability. Moreover, compared with continuous fiber reinforced composite materials, it has significant low-cost advantage. The materials are isotropic, easy to process, and flexible in preparation. Traditional equipments can be used for their secondary processing such as extrusion, calendering and forging.
Nano-titanium diboride particle-reinforced aluminum-based composite materials are the fastest growing and most widely used type of discontinuous reinforced metal-based composite materials in the world in the past 20 years. They are considered to be an ideal lightweight structural material. In particular, it has wide application prospects in key products such as motor vehicle engine pistons, cylinder heads (cylinder covers), and cylinder blocks, as well as in the aviation industry, especially in the field of 3D printing of aluminum alloy parts.
Compared with nano titanium diboride particles and silicon carbide particles, nano titanium diboride particles and aluminum alloy have better wettability, and are easier to uniformly distribute in aluminum alloy solution, and the effect of particle reinforcement is better.
Application Example: A key manufacturing company under the Boeing Company-**** Alloys.
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