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by Santosh Hosmani, P. Kuppusami, Rajendra Kumar Goyal
Abstract Surface alloying is a group of surface engineering family. Surface alloying is an important method used for many automobile components, food processing, and nuclear industries. Chapter 1 has covered the basics of surface alloying.
Technologies and Applications by Oleg D Neikov, I. B. Murashova, Nicholas A. Yefimov, Stanislav Naboychenko
Mechanical alloying is a simple and efficacious technique to synthesize both equilibrium and nonequilibrium phases of commercially and scientifically advanced materials obtained from initial elemental powders. The exclusive advantage of ...
Rapidly Quenched Materials (2012)
by H. Fredriksson, S. Savage, M. Nygren
Introduction Mechanical alloying is an industrially applied route of powder production and powder modifi— cation, used for the production of e.g. ODS superalloys and dispersion strengthened aluminium alloys [1, 2]. In these applications the ...
by G L Song
Alloying is an effective way of improving Mg's physical and chemical performance . Generally speaking, an Mg alloy has significantly improved mechanical properties compared with pure Mg, and its mechanical performance, in most cases, can ...
d / dmax Vs spread angle 6 Laser alloying is a fusion process in which a pulsed or a CW laser melts the alloy material ...
ABSTRACT Mechanical alloying is a solid state processing technique involving high- energy attrition nulling of elemental powders allowing production of microscopically homogeneous materials starting from various powder mixtures.
by C.W. Draper, Paolo Mazzoldi
One possible disadvantage to laser-surface alloying is that there is a certain amount of roughness introduced by the melting process and, although conditions can be chosen to minimize the roughness, either the application must be tolerant of ...
by C. Suryanarayana
brought about the recognition that mechanical alloying is a potential non-equilibrium processing technique. Beginning from the ...
Rapidly Quenched Metals 6 (1988)
by R.W. Cochrane
These TEM examinations give a first hint that the mechanism of amorphization by mechanical alloying is a solid state reaction. Another hint on this mechanism is the extended homogeneity range in comparison with that of melt-spun samples ...
by Florian Mansfeld
Alloying is a common approach for improving the corrosion resistance of alloys. Recently the concept of corrosion protection by surface modification has become quite popular5. In the following, results obtained in the author's laboratory over ...
by simon Billinge, M.F. Thorpe
The variation of the lattice parameter with concentration in substitutional alloying is a long-range effect and has been well characterized. The local or near neighbor displacements, however, are not well understood.
Laser surface alloying is a unique technique followed in recent years for the surface modification of many engineering materials by the incorporation of metals and carbides on the surface without affecting the bulk material properties.
ICAME 2005 (2010)
Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect (ICAME 2005) held in Montpellier, France, 4-9 September 2005, Volume II by P.-E. Lippens, J.-C. Jumas, J.-M.R. Génin
Key words interface asymmetry interdiffusion hyperfine fields in multilayers Interface alloying is a common phenomenon, which always takes place to some degree during epitaxial growth of metallic multilayers. Atomic scale intermixing is one ...
by George E. Totten, Lin Xie, Kiyoshi Funatani
alloying is a dry. high energy ball milling process that makes it possible to produce dispersions of oxides, carbides or nitrides in fine powders. Consolidation of powders or flakes is usually done by canning, degassing and hot pressing ...
by Mel Schwartz
Mechanical alloying is a materials-processing method that involves the repeated welding, fracturing, and rewelding of a mixture of powder particles, generally in a high-energy ball mill, to produce a controlled, extremely fine microstructure.
by Philip A. Schweitzer, P.E.
Wrought Aluminum and Aluminum Alloy Designation Senes designation Alloying marerials 1XXX 99.9% min. Al 2XXX Al-Cu, Al-Cu-Mg, Al-Cu -Mg-Li, Al-Cu-Mg-Si 3XXX Al-Mn, Al-Mn-Mg 4XXX Al-Si 5XXX Al-Mg, Al-Mg-Mn 6XXX ...
by David Crolla
Overview of aluminum alloys Alloying elements are added to aluminum to change or enhance its properties.
by David Gubbins, Emilio Herrero-Bervera
The light alloying elements most commonly suggested include S, O, Si, H, and C, although minor amounts of other elements, such K, could also be present (e.g., Poirier, 1994; Gessmann and Wood, 2002). From seismology it is known that the ...
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