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2022 ◽  
Vol 149 ◽  
pp. 107796
Author(s):  
Na Qi ◽  
Leilei Wang ◽  
Yanqiu Zhao ◽  
Shuhao Tian ◽  
Xiaohong Zhan

2022 ◽  
Vol 309 ◽  
pp. 131448
Author(s):  
Weihuan Kong ◽  
Qi Shi ◽  
Sophie C. Cox ◽  
Min Kuang ◽  
Moataz M. Attallah

2022 ◽  
Vol 163 ◽  
pp. 106676
Author(s):  
Giulia Gaggero ◽  
Marina Delucchi ◽  
Gianfranco Di Tanna ◽  
Alberto Lagazzo ◽  
Silvia Vicini ◽  
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2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Tao Zhang ◽  
Huigui Li ◽  
Hai Gong ◽  
Yunxin Wu ◽  
Abdulrahaman Shuaibu Ahmad ◽  
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Fibers ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 6
Author(s):  
Rémy Legrand Ndoumou ◽  
Damien Soulat ◽  
Ahmad Rashed Labanieh ◽  
Manuela Ferreira ◽  
Lucien Meva’a ◽  
...  

Plant fibers are being increasingly explored for their use in engineering polymers and composites, and many works have described their properties, especially for flax and hemp fibers. Nevertheless, the availability of plant fibers varies according to the geographical location on the planet. This study presents the first work on the mechanical properties of a tropical fiber extracted from the bast of Cola lepidota (CL) plant. After a debarking step, CL fibers were extracted manually by wet-retting. The tensile properties are first identified experimentally at the fibers scale, and the analysis of the results shows the great influence of the cross-section parameters (diameter, intrinsic porosities) on these properties. Tensile properties of CL fibers are also predicted by the impregnated fiber bundle test (IFBT). At this scale of bundles, a hackling step, which reduces shives and contributes to the parallelization of the fibers within bundles, improves tensile properties predicted by IFBT. The comparison with the properties of plant fibers given in the literature shows that CL fibers have tensile properties in the same range as kenaf, flax or hemp fibers.


2022 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Author(s):  
Tushar Sonar ◽  
Visvalingam Balasubramanian ◽  
Sudersanan Malarvizhi ◽  
Thiruvenkatam Venkateswaran ◽  
Dhenuvakonda Sivakumar

Purpose The primary objective of this investigation is to optimize the constricted arc tungsten inert gas (CA-TIG) welding parameters specifically welding current (WC), arc constriction current (ACC), ACC frequency (ACCF) and CA traverse speed to maximize the tensile properties of thin Inconel 718 sheets (2 mm thick) using a statistical technique of response surface methodology and desirability function for gas turbine engine applications. Design/methodology/approach The four factor – five level central composite design (4 × 5 – CCD) matrix pertaining to the minimum number of experiments was chosen in this investigation for designing the experimental matrix. The techniques of numerical and graphical optimization were used to find the optimal conditions of CA-TIG welding parameters. Findings The thin sheets of Inconel 718 (2 mm thick) can be welded successfully using CA-TIG welding process without any defects. The joints welded using optimized conditions of CA-TIG welding parameters showed maximum of 99.20%, 94.45% and 73.5% of base metal tensile strength, yield strength and elongation. Originality/value The joints made using optimized CA-TIG welding parameters disclosed 99.20% joint efficiency which is comparatively 20%–30% superior than conventional TIG welding process and comparable to costly electron beam welding and laser beam welding processes. The parametric mathematical equations were designed to predict the tensile properties of Inconel 718 joints accurately with a confidence level of 95% and less than 4.5% error. The mathematical relationships were also developed to predict the tensile properties of joints from the grain size (secondary dendritic arm spacing-SDAS) of fusion zone microstructure.


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