Optimization of Wear Parameters of AZ 31/SiC/FA Reinforced Mg Matrix Composites

G. Venu Padmavathi, Ch Praveen Kumar and G. Moses Dayan

In this examination, the vortex procedure was utilized to deliver the AZ31 composite strengthened with Silicon Carbide (Sic) and Fly Ash (FA) particles in various weight rates fluctuating from 0-10 %.40 ┬Ám in size of Sic and Fly ash particles were utilized in this investigation. The impacts of weight rates of Sic and fly ash on the microstructure and mechanical properties were portrayed. Checking Electron Microscope (SEM) outfitted with Energy Dispersive X-beam spectroscopy (EDX) was utilized to examine the microstructures. The two approaches used for multi-objective optimization are Grey relational analysis (GRA), and Data Envelopment Analysis based Ranking (DEAR). The methodology of GRA allows the problem solver to assign weight fractions for each output. Remember that the accuracies of the solution differ with the fractions of weight allocated to each output.

Volume 12 | 05-Special Issue

Pages: 899-905

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP5/20201833