EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 26, 2012DYMAT 2012 - 10th International Conference on the Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||31 August 2012|
Effect of high strain rate on micro-indentation test in pure aluminum
1 National Defense Academy, School of Systems Engineering, 1-10-20 Hashirimizu Yokosuka Kanagawa, Japan
2 National Defense Academy, Graduate Student, School of Systems Engineering, 1-10-20 Hashirimizu Yokosuka Kanagawa, Japan
3 Osaka University, Graduate School of Engineering Science, 1-3 Machikaneyama Toyonaka Osaka, Japan
The indentation properties of pure aluminum (99.9%, 3N aluminum) and high purity aluminum (99.999%, 5N aluminum) with respect to the strain rate dependence of strength are experimentally investigated in order to clarify the effect of strain rate on the micro-indentation test. A micro-indentation test using a Berkovich indenter was performed at loading rates of 0.7, 7, and 70 mN/s. In all of the specimens, the indenter was loaded to a maximum value of 1200 mN, and then was maintained for 30 s. In the 3N specimen, the dependence of the loading rate on the load was slight at loading rates of 0.7 and 7 mN/s, whereas the load at the loading rate of 70 mN/s was higher than the loads at loading rates of 0.7 and 7 mN/s. On the other hand, the load for the 5N specimen increased with the increasing loading rate. Thus, the effect of the loading rate on the load-displacement curve for the 3N and 5N specimens was similar to the strain rate dependence of strength for theses metals. In addition, the micro-indentation test was demonstrated to be strongly affected by high strain rate at a loading rate of 70 mN/s.
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