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E. S. Gouda, E. Ahmed and F. Saad Allah, “Electrical and mechanical properties of Sn-5wt.%Sb alloy with annealing temperature,” European Physical Journal: Applied Physics, Vol. 45, pp. 10901-10905, 2009.

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  • TITLE: Structure and Properties of Sn-9Zn Lead-Free Solder Alloy with Heat Treatment

    AUTHORS: Mahmoud Hammam, Fardos Saad Allah, El Said Gouda, Yaser El Gendy, Heba Abdel Aziz

    KEYWORDS: Cold Rolling, Annealing, Lead-Free Solder Alloy, Micro-Creep, Micro-Hardness

    JOURNAL NAME: Engineering, Vol.2 No.3, April 13, 2010

    ABSTRACT: The Sn-9Zn lead-free solder alloy was prepared by conventional casting technique then cold-rolled into long sheets of 1 mm thickness and 3 mm width. It was annealed at 80, 120 and 160°C for 60 min to investigate the effect of isochronal heat treatment on structure and mechanical properties of the cold rolled Sn-9Zn alloy. The results showed that, the crystallite size and lattice strain have opposite behavior with increasing annealing temperature due to recovery and recrystalization processes associated with the heat treatment process. Vickers micro-hardness number increases continuously from 155 to 180 MPa with increasing annealing temperature. Ultimate tensile strength (UTS) was also calculated. It was found that, it is equal to 61.4 MPa for the non annealed sample and slightly decreases to 60.5 and 58.2 MPa for samples annealed at 80 and 120°C, respectively. While, increases to 65.4 MPa for the sample annealed at 160°C. Also, ductility increases with increasing annealing temperature in opposite manor with the UTS. The new method for Micro-creep behavior as well as the creep rate calculated by this method has been characterized at room temperature.