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Aluminium alloy hybrid composites are a innovative cohort of metal matrix composites that have the potentials of satisfying the current anxiety of advanced engineering relevance. These anxiety are met due to enhanced mechanical properties, amenability to conformist dispensation technique and possibility of plummeting manufacture cost of aluminium hybrid composites. In this investigational study, Aluminium alloy (LM25) based boron carbide (B4C) and graphite (Gr) particle reinforced hybrid composite materials were manufactured by stir casting. The casted specimen involve in mechanical testing like hardness and tensile test as per ASTM standards.

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E.D. Francis, & V.Suresh. (2021). Experimental investigation of Aluminium alloy hybrid metal matrix composites reinforced with B4C and Gr. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 7(3), 3202–3206. Retrieved from