Table Chemical analysis compositions of alloys Alloy No Cr Co

Table 1.
Chemical analysis compositions win 55 212-2 alloys.
Alloy No. Cr Co W Mo Ti Nb Ta Al C B Zr Ni
1 wt.% 1.31 9.63 16.22 2.13 1.13 0.95 0 5.96 0.10 0.024 0.097 Bal.
at.% 1.5 10.0 5.4 1.4 1.4 0.6 0 13.6 0.5 0.14 0.07 Bal.
2 wt.% 1.47 9.84 16.19 1.95 1.07 1.06 4.40 4.94 0.10 0.034 0.100 Bal.
at.% 1.8 10.7 5.6 1.3 1.4 0.7 1.6 11.7 0.5 0.20 0.07 Bal.
3 wt.% 1.39 9.61 16.00 1.99 1.05 1.04 6.69 4.99 0.10 0.049 0.098 Bal.
at.% 1.7 10.6 5.7 1.3 1.4 0.7 2.4 12.0 0.5 0.29 0.07 Bal.
4 wt.% 1.26 9.48 14.77 1.99 1.03 1.15 4.18 6.00 0.11 0.031 0.098 Bal.
at.% 1.4 10.1 5.0 1.3 1.4 0.7 1.5 13.9 0.6 0.20 0.07 Bal.
5 wt.% 1.35 10.18 13.26 1.93 1.14 0.87 4.41 6.39 0.11 0.030 0.093 Bal.
at.% 1.6 10.6 4.4 1.2 1.5 0.6 1.5 14.6 0.6 0.17 0.06 Bal.
6 wt.% 1.35 14.90 17.87 2.10 1.22 2.46 0 5.71 0.11 0.030 0.072 Bal.
at.% 1.6 15.8 6.1 1.4 1.6 1.7 0 13.3 0.6 0.17 0.05 Bal.
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Alloy 1 is genetic divergence the baseline alloy with a nominal composition of Ni–1.5Cr–10Co–16W–2Mo–6Al–1Ti–1Nb–0.1C–0.1Zr–0.02B (wt.%), which is characterized by its high W level of up to 16 wt.% and Cr content below 1.5 wt.%. Alloys 2 and 3 were designed to substitute 4 wt.% and 6 wt.% Ta for 1 wt.% Al, respectively. Alloy 4 was made by adding 4 wt.% Ta to Alloy 1. Alloy 5 was a low W content version of Alloy 4 while Alloy 6 was a high Co, W and Nb content version alloy.

Fig shows the deformed grids obtained from the flownet analyses

Fig. 6 shows the deformed grids obtained IRAK-1-4 Inhibitor I from the flownet analyses, in which accumulated deformation behavior of the initial mesh could be traced during the processes of WD, NCDA, and NCDB, in that IRAK-1-4 Inhibitor I order. Since the WD and NCD were steady-state processes, the deformation behavior of the single layer was traced up to the 12th pass in the flownet analyses. As mentioned earlier, numerical simulations of the processes were conducted using a one-quarter model while the deformed grids were expressed as a three-quarter model for better representation, as shown in Fig. 6. The grids deformed by the WD indicated that the original mesh was elongated along the marsupials DD owing to the deformation during the process. In addition, the original mesh was extensively elongated as the number of passes increased in the WD since the analysis was carried out up to the 12th pass. However, the grid deformation characteristics of the NCD drawn wire was quite different from the one deformed by the WD. The grid of the NCD drawn wire was distorted and elongated along the DD which could impose non-axisymmetric deformation on the material. The grid was highly distorted and elongated along the DD as the number of passes increased in the NCD owing to the repetitive deformation during the multi-pass.

Table Processing conditions of rPET GF

Table 7.
Processing conditions of rPET/GF composite adapted from [72].
rPET/GF Processing conditions
1 2 3 4 5
Rotation (rpm) 100 100 200 200 150
Torque (%) 40 60 40 60 50
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Fig. 8.
Mechanical properties of rPET and glass fibre composites with different processing conditions [72].
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5.4. Effect of ultra violet degradation
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Fig. 9a.
Oxidation reactions initiated by UV CEP-18770 [76].
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Goel et al. [83] have studied the effect of UV exposure on the mechanical properties of long fibre thermoplastic composites. He mentioned that in the case of glass fibre reinforced polymer, more chromophores are added in the form of functional groups present in the sizing applied to the glass fibres for better bonding with the polymers. These chromophores accelerate the photo-oxidation of polymer and hence more damage is seen in the surface layer of the composites in terms of greater change in crystallinity and modulus as shown in Fig. 9b.