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Achieving ultrahigh fatigue resistance in AlSi10Mg alloy by additive manufacturing

Chengyi Dan
Zhe Chen
Gang Ji
Mingliang Wang
Siming Ma
Qiwei Shi

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Since the first discovery of the fatigue phenomenon in the late 1830s, efforts to fight against fatigue failure have continued. Here we report a fatigue resistance phenomenon in nano-TiB2-decorated AlSi10Mg enabled by additive manufacturing. This fatigue resistance mechanism benefits from the three-dimensional dual-phase cellular nanostructure, which acts as a strong volumetric nanocage to prevent localized damage accumulation, thus inhibiting fatigue crack initiation. The intrinsic fatigue strength limit of nano-TiB2-decorated AlSi10Mg was proven to be close to its tensile strength through the in situ fatigue tests of a defect-free microsample. To demonstrate the practical applicability of this mechanism, printed bulk nano-TiB2-decorated AlSi10Mg achieved fatigue resistance more than double those of other additive manufacturing Al alloys and surpassed those of high-strength wrought Al alloys. This strategy of additive-manufacturing-assisted nanostructure engineering can be extended to the development of other dual-phase fatigue-resistant metals.
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hal-04255450 , version 1 (24-10-2023)

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Chengyi Dan, Yuchi Cui, Yi Wu, Zhe Chen, Hui Liu, et al.. Achieving ultrahigh fatigue resistance in AlSi10Mg alloy by additive manufacturing. Nature Materials, 2023, 22 (10), pp.1182-1188. ⟨10.1038/s41563-023-01651-9⟩. ⟨hal-04255450⟩
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