Three-dimensional microstructure evolution and mechanical behavior of nanoporous Cu foams
- Three-dimensional microstructure evolution and mechanical behavior of nanoporous Cu foams
- 남승진; 황준연; 김흥규; 최현주
- 3D microstructure; porous materials; nanoindentation; dealloying; powder metallurgy
- Issue Date
- Acta materialia
- VOL 113, 170-179
- Nanoporous Cu foams having various pores and strut size were fabricated by chemical dealloying process with Al-Cu precursors. Microstructural evolution of three-dimensional configuration was investigated by electron microscopes aided focused ion beam (FIB) technique. The specific surface area and strength of the Cu foams increased with decreasing pore and strut sizes. The measured strength and specific surface areas were correlated with the Exner-Pohl model by modifying the parameters using the microstructural observation. The modified model demonstrated the mechanical behaviors of nanoporous Cu foams accounted for the strut size and the deformation-twinning model.
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