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KR20120088978A
KR20120088978A KR1020110009997A KR20110009997A KR20120088978A KR 20120088978 A KR20120088978 A KR 20120088978A KR 1020110009997 A KR1020110009997 A KR 1020110009997A KR 20110009997 A KR20110009997 A KR 20110009997A KR 20120088978 A KR20120088978 A KR 20120088978A
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The present invention relates to a seawater copper alloy material and a method for manufacturing the same, more specifically 25% to 40% by weight of zinc (Zn), 0.5% to 10% by weight of manganese (Mn), 0.1% to 5% by weight The present invention relates to a copper alloy material for seawater composed of% nickel (Ni) and a balance copper (Cu), and a method for producing the same. The copper alloy material may further include one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb, and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less.

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Copper alloy material for seawater and its manufacturing method {COPPER ALLOY FOR SEA WATER AND METHOD OF PRODUCING SAME}
The present invention relates to a seawater copper alloy material, a method for manufacturing the same, and a seawater structure manufactured from the copper alloy material for seawater. More specifically, the present invention provides 25 to 40% by weight of zinc (Zn), 0.5 to 10% by weight of manganese (Mn), 0.1 to 5% by weight of nickel (Ni), and the balance of The present invention relates to a copper alloy material for seawater made of copper (Cu), a manufacturing method thereof, and a seawater structure made of the copper alloy material for seawater. In addition, the copper alloy material for seawater may further include one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less.
In general, aquaculture nets made of metal such as iron or chemical fibers such as nylon, polypropylene, and polyethylene are used to farm fish.
However, in such aquaculture nets (hereinafter referred to as "wire mesh") or aquaculture nets (hereinafter referred to as "fibrous nets") made of chemical fibers, marine organisms such as shellfish and algae are easily attached. The tide flow worsens, and as a result, the supply of oxygen and nutrients in the aquaculture farms is insufficient, resulting in lowered productivity and yields. In addition, aquaculture nets are required to have sufficient material strength because they must be able to preserve the net even in unforeseen circumstances such as tidal currents and typhoons in the sea, it is required to have a sufficient material strength, the fiber has a weak strength compared to the metal mesh.
On the other hand, even in the case of a metal mesh, since corrosion occurs due to ionic components such as salts present in seawater, it should have sufficient seawater corrosion resistance. However, in the case of the existing wire mesh, there was a disadvantage that it is easily corroded by seawater. In addition, in the case of other metal nets, because the material itself contains expensive metals, because of the economical cost is a problem, it is preferred that the material can be manufactured at a low cost.
Under these circumstances, recently emerged copper alloy cultured nets can reduce adhesion of marine organisms due to the antibacterial properties caused by copper ions, thereby reducing the net clogging of the cultured nets, thereby reducing the productivity of the cultured fish. However, although the high cost problem caused by aquaculture yield can be improved to some extent, there is still a need to develop a copper alloy material having sufficient strength, seawater corrosion resistance, and antifouling property at the same time, and low cost of the material itself.
Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 199-0019841 discloses a Cu-Al-Ni-based copper alloy, but it is insufficient in strength to use as a seawater structure, and relatively expensive Ni is used. Economic feasibility is relatively low. In addition, Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 1999-002539 discloses a Cu-Al-Zn-Mn-Fe-based copper alloy, but it is sufficient as aluminum content of 5% to 5.3% by weight, and zinc content of 10% to 20% by weight. Since it is difficult to ensure workability and contains 2 to 4 weight% of iron, it is difficult to ensure sufficient corrosion resistance to seawater.
Therefore, in order to use it as a copper alloy material for seawater, it has excellent mechanical properties including sufficient strength, high ductility and low brittleness, and at the same time, development of a new copper alloy material having high corrosion resistance and antifouling property in seawater and economical cost is low. It is required.
Accordingly, the present invention is to provide a copper alloy material for seawater having excellent mechanical properties including sufficient strength, and excellent in antifouling resistance and seawater corrosion resistance. In another aspect, the present invention is to provide a method for producing the above-described copper alloy material and a seawater structure made of the copper alloy material for seawater.
Thus, the present invention provides 25 to 40 weight percent zinc (Zn), 0.5 to 10 weight percent manganese (Mn), 0.1 to 5 weight percent nickel (Ni), and the balance of copper ( It relates to a copper alloy material for seawater consisting of Cu). In addition, the copper alloy material for seawater may further include one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less.
In addition, the copper alloy material of the present invention, 25% to 40% by weight of zinc (Zn), 0.5% to 10% by weight of manganese (Mn), 0.1% to 5% by weight of nickel (Ni), and the balance of Preparing an ingot at a content ratio of copper (Cu); Heat-treating (annealing) the obtained ingot at 600 ° C to 900 ° C for 30 minutes to 12 hours, followed by hot extruding and hot extruding; Quenching the hot extruded and drawn product to room temperature and then cold drawing; Heat-treating the cold drawn product at 500 ° C. to 800 ° C. for 30 minutes to 10 hours; And it is prepared according to the method for producing a copper alloy material comprising the step of cold drawing the heat-treated product. In the manufacturing method, the ingot may further comprise one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less. In addition, in the above production method, the final drawing rate in the final cold drawing ranges from 10% to 90%.
In addition, the copper alloy material of the present invention is 25 to 40% by weight of zinc (Zn), 0.5 to 10% by weight of manganese (Mn), 0.1 to 5% by weight of nickel (Ni), and the balance of copper It relates to a seawater structure made of a copper alloy material for seawater consisting of (Cu). The seawater structure may be a farming network.
The present invention can provide a copper alloy material for seawater having excellent mechanical properties and excellent in antifouling properties and seawater corrosion resistance. In addition, the present invention can provide a method for producing the above-described copper alloy material.
FIG. 1 shows the results of testing the de-zinc property using a copper alloy specimen according to Examples and Comparative Examples of the present invention as a sample.
2 and 3 are the results of seawater immersion experiment using a copper alloy material test specimen according to the Examples and Comparative Examples of the present invention, Figure 2 is a immersion seawater due to copper ions coming out of the copper alloy 20 days after immersion It is a photograph observing the color change, Figure 3 is the result of observing the color of the test specimen immersed 20 days after immersion. In FIG. 2, development product # 1 refers to an experimental result of a sample prepared by Example 1, and development product # 6 is an experimental result to a sample prepared by Example 6, and Comparative Example # 1 of Comparative Example 1 A sample and Comparative Example # 2 mean experimental results with respect to a sample of Comparative Example 2.
In the present specification, the copper alloy material for seawater generally refers to a copper alloy material for use by immersing part or all in seawater for a long time, and examples thereof include aquaculture fishing nets.
According to the present invention, as a copper alloy material for seawater, 25% to 40% by weight of zinc (Zn), 0.5% to 10% by weight of manganese (Mn), 0.1% to 5% by weight of nickel (Ni), And a copper alloy material composed of the residual amount of copper (Cu).
In the copper alloy material according to the present invention, zinc (Zn) is included in 25 to 40% by weight based on the weight of the copper alloy material. The zinc improves the strength and hardness characteristics of the copper alloy material obtained by alloying in a copper metal structure, and improves heat resistance. In the copper alloy material, when the zinc is less than 25% by weight, it is difficult to secure sufficient hardness and economical as the amount of copper to zinc is increased, and when the content of zinc exceeds 40% by weight of the material in the copper alloy material obtained Since the beta (β) phase, which is brittle, increases in ductility, and there is a problem such as cracking of the material during processing. In the copper alloy material according to the present invention, zinc may preferably be included in the range of 35% to 40% by weight.
In the copper alloy material according to the present invention, manganese (Mn) is included in the range of 0.5% to 10% by weight based on the weight of the copper alloy material. As described above, the manganese increases in the beta (β) phase due to the increase in the zinc content in the copper alloy material, thereby reducing the ductility, and serves to improve such ductility reduction. If the manganese content is less than 0.5% by weight, the ductility improvement effect by the addition of manganese does not appear sufficiently, if the content exceeds 10% by weight of the material Brittleness appears.
In the copper alloy material according to the present invention, nickel (Ni) is included in the range of 0.1% to 5% by weight based on the weight of the copper alloy material. The nickel serves to improve the hardness of the obtained copper alloy material. When the nickel content is less than 0.1% by weight, the hardness is not sufficiently improved, and when the nickel content is more than 5% by weight, the increase in hardness is slowed down, and no significant increase is achieved even when nickel is added at 5% by weight or more. As this increases, the economy falls significantly.
In the copper alloy material according to the present invention, copper (Cu) is a main component. Copper is contained in the balance amount so as to be the content ratio of the other components described above.
In addition, the copper alloy material for seawater may further include one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb, and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less. The amount of copper included in the balance is reduced by the amount contained. The added elements do not impair the hardness and softening resistance of the obtained copper alloy material, and at the same time have no adverse effects in terms of seawater corrosion resistance and ion elution, and have an effect similar to that of the copper alloy material of the present invention described above.
The copper alloy material may also contain trace amounts of impurities within a range that does not affect the properties of the copper alloy material. Therefore, the copper alloy material for seawater may further include at least one element selected from the group consisting of As, Ti, S, Cr, Nb, and Sb in an amount of 0.1 wt% or less. The impurities may be added in a conventional copper alloy material manufacturing process, and are included in trace amounts, so it is not considered to have a great influence on the properties of the copper alloy material according to the present invention.
On the other hand, when the metal material is used as the seawater structure, since corrosion proceeds due to the salt component in the seawater, the seawater corrosion resistance characteristics of the metal material used are very important. Copper alloy material according to the present invention can be excellently improved seawater corrosion resistance compared to forming a corrosion reaction facilitator in the sea water in the case of copper alloy material containing a conventional iron when used in sea water to manufacture a seawater structure.
In addition, the adhesion of marine organisms to seawater structures is prevented by the action of copper ions eluted from the copper alloy material according to the present invention, and at the same time, since the seawater areas in which the seawater structures are immersed are sterilized or sterilized, Overall improvement is also made. The general antifouling properties of the above-mentioned copper ions are already known, for example the copper ions from the Copper Development Association (CDA) website (http://www.copper.org/antimicrobial/homepage.html). Antimicrobial properties can be confirmed.
On the other hand, in order to sufficiently secure the above-mentioned antifouling property in the seawater structure made of copper alloy material, it is known that the leaching amount of copper ions of copper alloy material should be 60% or more based on the copper ion leaching amount of pure copper. If the copper ion elution amount is less than 60% of the copper copper elution amount, pure copper ion elution cannot function properly. Therefore, since the copper ion leaching amount in pure copper seawater is about 693 mg / m2 / day, it can be seen that the daily copper ion leaching amount in seawater of copper alloy material should be 415.8 mg / m2 / day or more, indicating sufficient antibacterial properties. . In the copper alloy material according to the present invention, as can be seen from the examples described below, the amount of copper ion eluted is 60% or more of the amount of copper copper eluted.
The strength of the copper alloy material according to the invention can be measured by hardness and softening resistance. Hardness of the copper alloy material is different depending on the reduction ratio after heat treatment in the manufacturing process, the copper alloy material according to the present invention is based on a hardness range of about 10% to 30% after the heat treatment is 120 to 160 Hv as a hardness range during processing. When included in the above range, it can be seen to have sufficient strength required in seawater structures such as aquaculture nets. In the case of softening resistance, the copper alloy material pressed up to 70% by increasing the processing rate is relatively higher, and the hardness is measured after charging the heat-treated furnace at 400 ° C. for 30 minutes, and should be included in the range of about 95 to 120 Hv.
Manufacturing method of copper alloy material for seawater according to the present invention
Copper alloys for seawater according to the present invention is prepared by a method comprising the following steps:
In a content ratio of 25 to 40 weight percent zinc (Zn), 0.5 to 10 weight percent manganese (Mn), 0.1 to 5 weight percent nickel (Ni), and the balance of copper (Cu) Making ingots,
Hot extruding and drawing the obtained ingot after heat treatment at 600 ° C. to 900 ° C. for 30 minutes to 12 hours,
Quenching the hot extruded and drawn product to room temperature and then cold drawing,
Heat-treating the cold drawn product at 500 ° C. to 800 ° C. for 30 minutes to 10 hours, and
Cold drawing the heat-treated.
In the method for producing a copper alloy material for seawater according to the present invention described above, firstly, the ingot (billet or ingot) is 25 wt% to 40 wt% zinc (Zn), 0.5 wt% to 10 wt% manganese (Mn), and 0.1 wt%. It is produced by die casting at a content ratio of nickel (Ni) of% to 5% by weight and the balance of copper (Cu). The ingot may further comprise one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less.
The obtained ingot is heat-extruded after heat treatment at a temperature of 600 ° C. to 900 ° C. for 30 minutes to 12 hours in a continuous annealing furnace to draw a linear or rod-like shape. When the heat treatment is performed at 600 ° C. or lower, sufficient heat treatment effect cannot be obtained, making it difficult to recrystallize in the metal structure and causing excessive hot load, and at 900 ° C. or higher, abnormal tissue occurs due to coarse structure growth in the metal structure. When the heat treatment is also performed for 30 minutes or less, the softening of the metal structure is not sufficiently performed. If the heat treatment is performed for 12 hours or more, the metal structure is excessively softened and productivity is lowered.
Thereafter, the obtained heat treated product is cooled to room temperature (about 21 ° C. to 30 ° C.) by quenching, and then cold drawn.
The product obtained from the above step is then subjected to a heat treatment at 500 ° C. to 800 ° C. for 30 minutes to 10 hours. The heat treatment step may be performed in a bell type annealing furnace or a batch annealing furnace. Since the already heat treated product in the previous step is recrystallized at a relatively low temperature, the heat treatment temperature ranges from 500 ° C to 800 ° C. In the heat treatment step, there is a problem that it is difficult to recrystallize in the metal structure at 500 ° C or less, and at 800 ° C or more, abnormal tissue occurs due to coarse tissue growth due to excessively high temperature, and productivity is reduced. If the heat treatment time is 30 minutes or less, the softening of the tissues is not sufficiently performed. If the heat treatment time exceeds 12 hours, the metal structures are excessively softened and productivity is lowered.
The product obtained is then cold drawn. The draw rate in the cold drawing step ranges from 10% to 90%. If the draw rate is lower than 10%, it is difficult to secure sufficient mechanical strength, and if it exceeds 90%, there is a problem that the cold reduction rate reaches a limit depending on the excessive processing rate. The heat treatment step and the cold drawing step may be repeatedly performed to reach the drawing rate or to reach a specific drawing range in accordance with the purpose of the final product.
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Example  1 to 14
In order to manufacture the copper alloy material according to the present invention, ingots were each prepared to have the chemical composition shown in Table 1, and then heat-extruded by hot extruding at 600 ° C. for 6 hours, and drawing to a thickness of 1.5 mm. It was. The resulting product was quenched to room temperature and then cold drawn, heat treated at 600 ° C. for 1 hour, and the resulting specimens were cut and cold drawn up to 30% of percentage reduction in thickness immediately after the heat treatment. Obtained.
Comparative example  1 to 3
The sample of Comparative Example 1 is a Shindong product (UR30) obtained commercially from Mitsubishi (Japan), the sample of Comparative Example 2 is brass in a 6: 4 ratio, and the sample of Comparative Example 3 is pure copper.
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Example One Remainder 36 3 One -
2 Remainder 36 3 0.1 -
3 Remainder 36 3 3 -
4 Remainder 36 0.5 One -
5 Remainder 36 6 One -
6 Remainder 25 3 One -
7 Remainder 36 3 One Sn 0.2
8 Remainder 36 3 One Al 0.1
9 Remainder 36 3 One Co 0.2
10 Remainder 36 3 One Fe O.2
11 Remainder 36 3 One P 0.04
12 Remainder 36 3 One Mg 0.05
13 Remainder 36 3 One Pb 0.03
14 Remainder 36 3 One Ca 0.1
Comparative example One Remainder 35 - 0.4 Sn 0.6
2 Remainder 40 - -
3 100 - - - -
Experimental Example
Samples of Examples 1 to 14 and Comparative Examples 1 to 3 obtained according to the above production examples were taken as test pieces, and in order to confirm the mechanical properties, antifouling properties and seawater corrosion resistance properties of each copper alloy material, hardness, softening resistance, Dezinc corrosion, ion elution characteristics, and seawater corrosion resistance tests were performed.
In order to confirm the hardness, the test was carried out using a micro Vickers hardness tester, and the results are shown in Table 2.
In order to confirm the softening resistance, a material with a relatively higher cutting rate was charged into a heat treatment furnace at 400 ° C., held for 30 minutes, and taken out, and the reduced hardness was measured using a micro-Vickers hardness tester. The results are shown in Table 2. According to Table 2 below, the samples of Examples 1 to 14 are included in the range of about 98 to 119 Hv.
In order to confirm de-zinc corrosion, each specimen was immersed in an aqueous solution of CuCl 2 at 75 ° C. for 24 hours, then removed, and then etched and polished so that the depth of corrosion could be observed. The results are shown in Table 2 and FIG. 1, respectively. Samples according to Examples 1 to 14 was confirmed to be excellent in de-zinc corrosion resistance compared to the sample according to Comparative Example 1.
In order to confirm the corrosion resistance of seawater, the KS D9502 salt spray test method was applied and salt water prepared by dissolving sodium chloride in distilled water was used. After mounting the specimen in the salt spray device sprayed at regular intervals for 24 hours, the specimen was taken out and observed the surface corrosion characteristics, the results are shown in Table 2. Notation was divided into ○: good, △: inadequate, and X: poor according to their own visual inspection criteria.
In order to confirm copper ion elution characteristics in seawater, each test piece was immersed in a beaker containing 200 ml of seawater for 24 hours, and the copper ion elution amount of the immersion liquid was measured, and the results are shown in Table 2. In the case of pure copper, the copper ion leaching amount is 693 mg / m 2 / day, and 60% of the copper copper leaching amount is 415.8 mg / m 2 / day. In all of the samples according to Examples 1 to 14, 60% of the copper ion elution amount of pure copper exhibited an ion elution amount of 415.8 mg / m 2 / day or more.
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Hardness
(Hv)
Flame Retardant (Hv)
(400 ℃, 30min, heat treatment)
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(mg / ㎡ / day)
Example One 138 100 161 489
2 136 103 163 465
3 143 108 79 457
4 122 98 120 456
5 147 128 327 446
6 139 119 101 497
7 140 110 170 480
8 141 103 175 459
9 137 105 183 460
10 138 107 204 472
11 136 105 200 493
12 140 101 197 470
13 135 100 230 480
14 138 103 221 469
Comparative example One 140 111 427 486
2 126 85 716 420
3 110 70 - - 693
As a result of the experiment, the samples according to Examples 1 to 14 were significantly better in de-zinc corrosion resistance than the samples according to Comparative Examples 1 to 3, and all of them showed good characteristics even in the seawater corrosion resistance determination results. In addition, the copper ion elution amount of the samples according to Examples 1 to 14 was 60% (415.8 mg / m 2 / day) or more based on the copper ion elution amount of pure copper, satisfying all the conditions required for antifouling properties.
On the other hand, looking at the results of Figure 2, it is possible to check the color change during seawater immersion. The sample of Example 1 and the sample of Example 6 were added to the beaker, respectively, and these were designated as 'development # 1' and 'development # 6'. Development # 1 and Development # 6 were transparent, and the color change could not be visually confirmed, but in the case of Comparative Example # 1 and Comparative Example # 2 to which the sample of Comparative Example 1 and the sample of Comparative Example 2 were added, You can see that the color has changed to blue. In addition, Figure 3 shows the result of observing the color by taking out the test specimen immersed after 20 days after immersion, the sample of Example 1 and the sample of Example 6 can not observe a difference different from before immersion, Comparative Example 1 It can be seen that the sample turned blue and the sample of Comparative Example 2 turned gray due to partial corrosion.

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  1. Seawater consisting of 25% to 40% by weight of zinc (Zn), 0.5% to 10% by weight of manganese (Mn), 0.1% to 5% by weight of nickel (Ni), and the balance of copper (Cu) Copper alloy material.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The copper alloy material further comprises one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less.
  3. In a content ratio of 25 to 40 weight percent zinc (Zn), 0.5 to 10 weight percent manganese (Mn), 0.1 to 5 weight percent nickel (Ni), and the balance of copper (Cu) Manufacturing ingots,
    Heat-treating the obtained ingot at 600 ° C. to 900 ° C. for 30 minutes to 12 hours, followed by hot extruding and drawing,
    Quenching and cold drawing the hot extruded and drawn product to room temperature,
    Heat-treating the cold drawn product at 500 ° C. to 800 ° C. for 30 minutes to 10 hours, and
    Cold drawing the heat treated product
    Method of producing a copper alloy material for seawater comprising a.
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein
    Wherein said ingot further comprises at least one element selected from the group consisting of Sn, Al, Si, Co, Fe, P, Mg, Pb and Ca in an amount of 1% by weight or less.
  5. The method according to claim 3 or 4,
    Final drawing rate is 10% to 90% of a method for producing a seawater copper alloy material.
  6. Seawater structure made of the copper alloy material for seawater according to claim 1 or 2.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The seawater structure is a seawater structure that is a farming network.
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