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73 mm-diameter bulk metallic glass rod by copper mould casting
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) (a) XRD patterns for the prepared samples in 10 mm diameter with Be content increasing from 0 to 15 at. %. (b) Variation of Trg and changing with Be content. (c) Image of a Zr46Cu30.14Ag8.36Al8Be7.5 BMG cylinder of 73 mm in diameter and 85 mm in length by simple copper mould casting. (d) and (e) XRD patterns and DSC curves for the samples taken from the central region in the middle transverse cross section of the cylinders with diameters of 73 mm, 52 mm, and 10 mm prepared by copper mould casting, respectively.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) (a) Total SAXS at the energy of 8954 eV near the Cu K edge for the as-cast Zr46Cu37.64Ag8.36Al8 (x = 0) and the as-cast Zr46Cu30.14Ag8.36Al8Be7.5 (x = 7.5) BMGs. (b) Composition depth profiles in 60 nm depth measured by 3DAP, showing non-existence of phase separation in the x = 7.5 BMG.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) (a) The Cp curve and the fitting functions for a Zr46Cu30.14Ag8.36Al8Be7.5 BMG sample. (b) Difference in Gibbs free-energy as a function of temperature normalized to the melting point of the corresponding alloy.


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Table I.

Thermal, mechanical properties and density and thermoplastic parameters of Zr46Cu37.64−xAg8.36Al8Bex BMGs, x = 0-15 at. %.


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Scitation: 73 mm-diameter bulk metallic glass rod by copper mould casting