Growth of Al3Ni particles during friction stir processing of the AA6063+NiO composite

I.S. Sugonyako ORCID logo , D.B. Kabirova, N.F. Khayretdinov, R.F. Fazlyakhmetov, M.F. Imayev show affiliations and emails
Received: 28 August 2023; Revised: 31 October 2023; Accepted: 31 October 2023
Citation: I.S. Sugonyako, D.B. Kabirova, N.F. Khayretdinov, R.F. Fazlyakhmetov, M.F. Imayev. Growth of Al3Ni particles during friction stir processing of the AA6063+NiO composite. Lett. Mater., 2023, 13(4s) 431-437
BibTex   https://doi.org/10.22226/2410-3535-2023-4-431-437

Abstract

After 10 passes of friction stir processing (FSP) three phases are observed - the aluminum matrix, NiO and Al3Ni particles. It should be noted that there are no traces of NiO remaining inside the Al3Ni particles. Thus, an acceleration of the chemical reaction occurred between the 4th and 10th passes of friction stir processing (FSP), leading to the formation of a significantly larger quantity of Al3Ni and Al2O3 particles.The aim of the study was to investigate the formation of an in-situ composite during friction stir processing (FSP) of the AA6063 alloy with introduced NiO particles. To produce a composite, 4 and 10‑pass FSP were conducted on sheets of aluminum alloy AA6063 with pre-cut grooves embedded with NiO powder. The chemical interaction between NiO and aluminum solid solution, resulting in the formation of Al3Ni and Al2O3 phases, was investigated using EDS, EBSD, and X-ray diffraction methods. As the number of FSP passes increases, the size of NiO particles decreases, while the size of Al3Ni particles grows. Four passes of FSP are not sufficient for the formation of an in-situ composite. After a 10‑pass FSP, the volume fraction of Al3Ni and NiO phases was about 21 and 3 %, and the sizes of Al3Ni particles were nearly an order of magnitude larger than that of unreacted NiO ones. It has been established that the coarsening of Al3Ni particles occurs both through coalescence and coagulation. The X-ray diffraction pattern did not show peaks of Al2O3, suggesting that the aluminum oxide in the obtained composite is likely in an amorphous state.

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1. Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation - State Assignment of the IMSP RAS (No. AAAA-A19-119021390106-1)