J. Phys. IV France
Volume 10, Numéro PR9, September 2000EURODYMAT 2000 - 6th International Conference on Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading
|Page(s)||Pr9-113 - Pr9-117|
J. Phys. IV France 10 (2000) Pr9-113-Pr9-117
Deformational structure and properties of Cu-Mo explosive compactsV.I. Maly and T.S. Teslenko
Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics SD RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Russia
Mixtures of fine powders of copper and molybdenum were subjected to ball milling before shock-wave consolidation. The degree of previous plastic working by milling was varied by varying the milling time. The shock-wave pressure was varied by using different explosives. The microstructure, conduction and porosity of the resulting compacts were investigated. The shock-consolidated powders have extensively deformed particle interiors. The characteristics of the deformed structures of each composite were studied using X-ray diffraction line broadening. It was found that the previous milling produces micro-deformation in the particles which is proportional to the milling time. Additionally, compaction using low detonation velocity explosives increases the micro-strains. With intense prior milling with subsequently higher detonation velocity explosives results in lower micro-strains. Also, crystal defects form sub-boundaries, so a dispersed sub-grain structure results. The particle bonding is improved by intense milling followed by explosive loading, this is shown by measurements of conduction.
© EDP Sciences 2000