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Figure 1 shows average density values as a function of composition for three samples at 390IC and 550°C, respectively. Microhardness. 0 cm height for each compos1tJon were grounded and polished to mirror finishing. Vickers hardness was used with a 50 g load. Figure 2 shows graphs of average hardness vs. composition. Compression. The specimens tested in microhardness were used to carry out the compression tests. Figures 3a, 3b and 3c, show graphs yield stress vs. composition, fracture stress vs.
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The result of the measurement is also shown in Figure 8. mng partners. A plateau, which usually characterizes the formation of an intermetallic phase in the interface, could not be detected. 0 1. JI - - Al - -Ti - - 0 Figure 2: Position of the measurement to the analysis of the interface by EDX line scan Tensile test The results of the quasi-static tensile tests are shown in Figure 9. Each of the coextruded samples mostly failed in the bonding zone. The tensile strength after extrusion is in average about 51 MPa with a standard deviation of ± 6 MPa.