Effect of deformation conditions on compression phase transformation of AZ31

QH Yang and BW Yang and ZB Chu and C Xue and YG Li and LF Tuo and H Gao, NANOTECHNOLOGY REVIEWS, 11, 2547-2564 (2022).

DOI: 10.1515/ntrev-2022-0151

In this article, the compression simulation of AZ31 magnesium alloy is simulated by the molecular dynamics method. The effects of loading mode, temperature, and strain rate on the compression behavior are analyzed. The lattice distortion, mechanical behavior, structural evolution, and dislocation evolution in the compression process are deeply analyzed, and the results of different loading modes are obtained. The hexagonal close-packed (HCP) -> face-centered cubic (FCC) phase transformation mechanism of AZ31 magnesium alloy during compression at temperature and strain rate, which is related to the mechanical behavior, has been studied completely. This article perfects the research on the compression behavior of magnesium alloys, excavates the application potential of magnesium alloys, and provides a new idea for improving the processing technology and developing high-performance magnesium alloys.

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