### Abstract

Tensile strength and apparent deformation of solidifying binary Cu-Zn castings were studied at various fractions of solid by use of a tensile test apparatus newly developed. The alloys complete solidification through four stages with increase in fraction of solid. The alloys at stage I with fractions of solid up to f//a have significant deformation. Those at stage II with fractions of solid f//a to f//b rapidly lower the deformation. Those at stage III with fractions of solid f//b to f//c minimize the and and have noticeable strength. Those at stage IV with fraction of solid f//c or more show rapid increase of both deformation and strength (f//a less than f//b less than f//c). The alpha -phase solid solution alloys containing Zn up to 30% have less deformation in the extended brittle stage III that the beta -phase solid solution alloys containing Zn 40 to 45%.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 623-631 |

Number of pages | 9 |

Journal | Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals |

Volume | 27 |

Issue number | 8 |

Publication status | Published - 1986 Aug |

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*Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals*,

*27*(8), 623-631.

**EMBRITTLEMENT OF Cu-Zn ALLOYS IN THE SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS.** / Oya, Shigeo; Ohtaki, Mitsuhiro; Kobayashi, Masao; Kobayashi, Keiichi.

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*Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals*, vol. 27, no. 8, pp. 623-631.

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T1 - EMBRITTLEMENT OF Cu-Zn ALLOYS IN THE SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS.

AU - Oya, Shigeo

AU - Ohtaki, Mitsuhiro

AU - Kobayashi, Masao

AU - Kobayashi, Keiichi

PY - 1986/8

Y1 - 1986/8

N2 - Tensile strength and apparent deformation of solidifying binary Cu-Zn castings were studied at various fractions of solid by use of a tensile test apparatus newly developed. The alloys complete solidification through four stages with increase in fraction of solid. The alloys at stage I with fractions of solid up to f//a have significant deformation. Those at stage II with fractions of solid f//a to f//b rapidly lower the deformation. Those at stage III with fractions of solid f//b to f//c minimize the and and have noticeable strength. Those at stage IV with fraction of solid f//c or more show rapid increase of both deformation and strength (f//a less than f//b less than f//c). The alpha -phase solid solution alloys containing Zn up to 30% have less deformation in the extended brittle stage III that the beta -phase solid solution alloys containing Zn 40 to 45%.

AB - Tensile strength and apparent deformation of solidifying binary Cu-Zn castings were studied at various fractions of solid by use of a tensile test apparatus newly developed. The alloys complete solidification through four stages with increase in fraction of solid. The alloys at stage I with fractions of solid up to f//a have significant deformation. Those at stage II with fractions of solid f//a to f//b rapidly lower the deformation. Those at stage III with fractions of solid f//b to f//c minimize the and and have noticeable strength. Those at stage IV with fraction of solid f//c or more show rapid increase of both deformation and strength (f//a less than f//b less than f//c). The alpha -phase solid solution alloys containing Zn up to 30% have less deformation in the extended brittle stage III that the beta -phase solid solution alloys containing Zn 40 to 45%.

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