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Yatsushiro K.,Yamanashi Industrian Technology Center | Suzuki D.,Yamanashi Industrian Technology Center | Sano M.,Yamanashi Industrian Technology Center | Ishiguro T.,Yamanashi Industrian Technology Center | And 4 more authors.
Zairyo/Journal of the Society of Materials Science, Japan | Year: 2014

For the application to the structure part of the magnesium alloy, material evaluations such as mechanical strength, fatigue property and property of stress corrosion cracking are necessary. Therefore, the X-ray stress measurement that is Non-destructive inspection is effective technique. However, there are few reports that described X-rays stress measurement about magnesium alloy. The report considered about X-ray elastic constant and stress constant in detail is not found. In this report, X-ray elastic and stress constants of rolled AZ61 magnesium alloy were measured. As result, by removing surface layer that has anelastic behavior and considering texture of specimen, X-ray elastic and stress constants can be measured. The X-ray elastic constants of AZ61 magnesium alloy in as received specimens were 41.2 GPa by using 1014 diffraction and 39.9 GPa by using 1015 diffraction. © 2014 The Society of Materials Science, Japan. Source

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