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Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys

D.G. Leo Prakash, B. Prasanna, Doris Regener, Leo Prakash Orcid Logo

Computational Materials Science, Volume: 32, Issue: 3-4, Pages: 480 - 488

Swansea University Author: Leo Prakash Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1016/j.commatsci.2004.09.017

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Pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloy contains both shrinkage and gas microporosity. Quantification and characterization of shrinkage and gas microporosity is expected to be useful to understand the processing-properties-microstructure correlations. However, conventional image analysis techniques d...

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title Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys
spellingShingle Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys
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title_short Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys
title_full Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys
title_fullStr Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys
title_full_unstemmed Computational microstructure analyzing technique for quantitative characterization of shrinkage and gas pores in pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloys
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description Pressure die cast AZ91 magnesium alloy contains both shrinkage and gas microporosity. Quantification and characterization of shrinkage and gas microporosity is expected to be useful to understand the processing-properties-microstructure correlations. However, conventional image analysis techniques do not permit a separate quantification and characterization of shrinkage and gas microporosity. A computational microstructural (image) analyzing technique has been developed by the use of a programming language to quantify and analyze the microporosity. The shrinkage microporosity and gas microporosity were separated by the above technique and the size distributions of the above micropores were quantified. A microstructural montage from the AZ91 magnesium alloy is created for getting better and consistent results. In addition the image analyzing technique is used to measure the nearest neighbor distance of the shrinkage and the gas microporosity, and to quantify the clustering tendency of the porosity. A new parameter is defined to characterize the affinity of gas pores with the shrinkage pores and vice versa.
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