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High strength and high conductivity Cu alloys: A review

20201112 · High strength and high conductivity (HSHC) Cu alloys are widely used in many fields, such as high-speed electric railway contact wires and integrated circuit lead

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: HuiYa Yang, ZiChao Ma, ChenHui Lei, Liang Meng, YouTong Fang, JiaBin Liu, HongTao Wang

Abstract: High strength, high conductivity, and high heat resistant copper alloys are widely used in the fields of rail transit, electronic communications, navigation control, and other

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High strength and high conductivity Cu alloys: A review

High strength and high conductivity (HSHC) Cu alloys are widely used in many fields,such as high-speed electric railway contact wires and integrated circuit lead

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A high strength and high conductivity copper alloy

2003630 · Therefore in this study a Cu–Cr alloy with Zr and Mg additions was spray formed to achieve high strength and high electrical conductivity. 2. Experimental

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: Zhenyu Li, Jun Shen, Fuyang Cao, Qingchun Li

HRSC (High strength, high conductivity and

2022107 · HRSC is a heat-resistance copper alloy .And it has high erectric conductivity (equal to Phosphorus deoxidized copper‐C1220) and strength (par with brass‐C2600 and Phosphor bronze‐C5191) . Main

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High strength and high conductivity Cu alloys: A review

20201112 · Finally, a high strength and high conductivity Cu-Ni-Si alloy with a tensile strength of 923MPa and electrical conductivity of 47.2% IACS was predicted by using 36

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Cu-Cr-Co/Ti

202051 · ,68.0 %IACS,Cu-Mg72.0 %IACS,Cu-0.50Cr- x CoCo

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High Conductivity Copper Alloys - JX Metals

Copper Alloy Name High Conductivity Alloys; NKE012 NKE010; Specific Gravity (g/cm 3) 8.92: 8.70: Modulus of Elasticity (GPa) 128: SH:123 ESH:113: Electrical Conductivity

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High Conductivity Copper | Busby Metals

202315 · High Conductivity Copper Alloys are well known for their best attribute in electrical and thermal applications. These near- pure copper products vary with a trade of

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High-strength and high-conductivity nanograined copper

20191219 · 1. Introduction. In electrical application fields, the requirement of copper matrix composites with the combination of high electrical conductivity (>50% International Annealed Copper Standard (IACS)) and high strength has been greatly increased [[1], [2], [3]].The incorporation of low-content fine particles, instead of solid solution strengthening,

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High strength and high conductivity Cu alloys: A review

20201112 · Finally, a high strength and high conductivity Cu-Ni-Si alloy with a tensile strength of 923MPa and electrical conductivity of 47.2% IACS was predicted by using 36 experimental data through the ...

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Abstract: High strength, high conductivity, and high heat resistant copper alloys are widely used in the fields of rail transit, electronic communications, navigation control, and other fields. In this work, Cu-Ag, Cu-Ni-Si, Cu-Cr-Zr, Cu-Al 2 O 3 , and Cu-Cr-Nb alloys with service temperature over 300 ℃ were reviewed.

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Microstructure and properties of high-strength

2021225 · The over-aged Cu–Ni–Si alloy has an electrical conductivity of 46.2% IACS, an ultimate tensile strength of 789.1 MPa, a yield strength of 540.8 MPa, a fracture elongation of 17.8%, and a strength-elongation product of up to 15.3 GPa%. The addition of Ti transforms the dominant precipitation strengthening in Cu–Ni–Si alloys to a ...

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Development of High-strength and High-electrical

2019715 · The ultimate tensile strength, total strain to fracture, and electrical conductivity of Cu–2.5Zr (at%) alloy wires with diameter of 13.8 μm drawn from a VUCC rod are 1882 ± 28 MPa, 2.2 ± 0.2% ...

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The copper alloy with high strength and high conductivity can be obtained by adding rare earth elements, rapid solidification or large plastic deformation. In this paper, the strengthening mechanism, advantages and disadvantages of alloying method and composite method are discussed, and the research focus of the copper alloy are discussed and

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Ultrahigh Strength and High Electrical Conductivity in

2004416 · Abstract. Methods used to strengthen metals generally also cause a pronounced decrease in electrical conductivity, so that a tradeoff must be made between conductivity and mechanical strength. We synthesized pure copper samples with a high density of nanoscale growth twins. They showed a tensile strength about 10 times higher

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A high strength and high electrical conductivity Cu-Cr-Zr

2019316 · enhancement of both tensile strength and electrical conductivity of Cu-Zr-B alloy through a double cold deformation and aging process [25]. So far, main studies report that the methods to fabricate high strength and high electrical conductivity Cu-Cr-Zr alloys are only focused on the one-step deformation and subsequent aging treatment [26,27 ...

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Ultrahigh Strength and High Electrical Conductivity in

2004416 · Pure copper samples with a high density of nanoscale growth twins are synthesized and show a tensile strength about 10 times higher than that of conventional coarse-grained copper, while retaining an electrical conductivity comparable to that of pure copper. Methods used to strengthen metals generally also cause a pronounced decrease

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Development of a high strength, high conductivity copper

The development of highly conductive materials with high strength is requisite for conductors of high-field magnets. To develop such materials, Cu-Ag alloys (2-60 at.%) and their fabrication methods have been investigated. The Cu-Ag alloys were prepared by melting electrolytic Cu and pure Ag pellets in an argon atmosphere, and then cold-drawn to a

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The copper alloy with high strength and high conductivity can be obtained by adding rare earth elements, rapid solidification or large plastic deformation. In this paper, the strengthening mechanism, advantages and disadvantages of alloying method and composite method are discussed, and the research focus of the copper alloy are discussed and

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Development of High-strength and High-electrical

2019715 · The ultimate tensile strength, total strain to fracture, and electrical conductivity of Cu–2.5Zr (at%) alloy wires with diameter of 13.8 μm drawn from a VUCC rod are 1882 ± 28 MPa, 2.2 ± 0.2% ...

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A promising structure for fabricating high strength and

201629 · To address the trade-off between strength and electrical conductivity, we propose a strategy: introducing precipitated particles into a structure composed of deformation twins. A Cu-0.3%Zr alloy ...

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Ultrahigh Strength and High Electrical Conductivity in

2004416 · Abstract. Methods used to strengthen metals generally also cause a pronounced decrease in electrical conductivity, so that a tradeoff must be made between conductivity and mechanical strength. We synthesized pure copper samples with a high density of nanoscale growth twins. They showed a tensile strength about 10 times higher

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Design of High-Strength, High-Conductivity Alloys | MRS

20131129 · Computer-aided design of alloys is becoming increasingly useful, replacing the completely experimental approach. The computer-aided approach significantly reduces the cost of alloy design and more easily leads to optimum properties by reducing the amount of experimentation. Design of high-strength, high-conductivity alloys is a

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Heat treatment method for making high strength and

2022910 · Heat treatment method for making high strength and conductivity Cu–Cr–Zr alloy G B Lin School of Materials Science and EngineeringUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing , China Correspondence

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Research Development and Strengthening Way of High ...

The consolidation mechanism of copper alloys was analyzed. Some kinds of techniques for high-strength and high-conductivity copper alloy were introduced. It is pointed out that the precipitation strengthening and multi-micro-alloying are effective methods for elevating the performance of high-strength and high-conductivity copper alloys.

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The inhibitive action of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole on the

2023323 · Aluminum alloys are frequently used in aircraft because of their high strength to weigh ratio 2. Adding Ti to Al increases the material strength, but the presence of Ti in the Al–Ti alloy ...

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HIGH ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY Cu-BASED ALLOYS.

126 MJoM Vol 15 (2) 2009 p. 125-133 combinations of high-strength, high-conductivity and resistance to softening. In most instances a small amount of the third element additions are required to ...

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Nanostructured Cu-Cr alloy with high strength and

2014515 · The influence of nanostructuring by high pressure torsion (HPT) on strength and electrical conductivity in the Cu-Cr alloy has been investigated. Microstructure of HPT samples was studied by transmission electron microscopy with special attention on precipitation of small chromium particles after various treatments. Effect of dynamic

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Ultrahigh Strength and High Electrical Conductivity in

2004416 · Abstract. Methods used to strengthen metals generally also cause a pronounced decrease in electrical conductivity, so that a tradeoff must be made between conductivity and mechanical strength. We synthesized pure copper samples with a high density of nanoscale growth twins. They showed a tensile strength about 10 times higher

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Design of High-Strength, High-Conductivity Alloys | MRS

20131129 · Computer-aided design of alloys is becoming increasingly useful, replacing the completely experimental approach. The computer-aided approach significantly reduces the cost of alloy design and more easily leads to optimum properties by reducing the amount of experimentation. Design of high-strength, high-conductivity alloys is a

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Fabrication of Cu-GO layered composites with enhanced

2023323 · Direct synthesis of high-quality graphene on Cu powders from adsorption of small aromatic hydrocarbons: A route to high strength and electrical conductivity for graphene/Cu composite J. Alloys Compd. , 798 ( 2019 ) , pp. 403 - 413 , 10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.05.273

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Heat treatment method for making high strength and

2022910 · Heat treatment method for making high strength and conductivity Cu–Cr–Zr alloy G B Lin School of Materials Science and EngineeringUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing , China Correspondence

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The inhibitive action of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole on the

2023323 · Aluminum alloys are frequently used in aircraft because of their high strength to weigh ratio 2. Adding Ti to Al increases the material strength, but the presence of Ti in the Al–Ti alloy ...

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Self‐Reconstructed Spinel Surface Structure Enabling the

2023322 · Further analysis of microstructures of FeCoNiRu-450 using high-angle annual dark-field scanning transmission electron microscopy (HAADF-STEM) proves the uniform dispersion of nanoparticles on the carbon skeleton (Figure 2a) with the average size of 7.4 ± 2.0 nm estimated from their size distribution (inset in Figure 2b).The atomic

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Fabrication of Eco-Friendly Graphene Nanoplatelet

Graphene has excellent chemical resistance in acidic environments, with high levels of electrical conductivity, mechanical strength, surface area, and flexibility [4,5]. Moreover, graphene with π–π-interacted functional molecules provides homogenous dispersion of graphene which enable solution-based process for conductive electrode ...

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Pulsed Electroreduction of CO2 on Cu-Ag Alloy Electrodes

The faradaic efficiencies of C 2 compounds produced on CuAg alloy electrodes were varied with the atomic ratio of Cu to Ag. The total value of faradaic efficiencies for these C2 compounds was 54.2% for the pulsed electrore-duction on a CuAg alloy electrode (Cu/Ag = 28/72) with an anodic bias of Va 520.4 V and a cathodic bias of Vc 522.0 V vs ...

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Copper Alloys Applications in Electrical Engineering

Cast high copper alloys (C81400-C83299) have designated copper contents in excess of 94%, to which silver may be added for special properties. Not surprisingly, it is primarily their relatively high copper content that gives this family of copper alloys their high conductivity. Pure copper is the optimal material for electric current conductors.

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Copper and Copper Alloys :: Total Materia Article

COPPER and its alloys constitute one of the major groups of commercial metals. They are widely used because of their excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, outstanding resistance to corrosion, and ease of fabrication, together with good strength and fatigue resistance. They are generally nonmagnetic. They can be readily brazed, and many ...

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