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Switching from aluminum to zinc alloys could greatly improve longevity and sustainability of automot
A new study by researchers at Cranfield University in the UK finds that switching from aluminum to zinc alloys in the production of automotive parts could greatly enhance their longevity and sustainability.The study, conducted by Cranfield’s Sustainable Manufacturing Systems Center, evaluated the performance of three different alloys (aluminum-A380, magnesium-AZ91D and zinc-ZA8) considering overall product life cycle aspects and process characteristics through a deterministic technique for order of preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS). Over recent years aluminum alloys have been favored by the automotive manufacturing industry for their lightweight properties and lower cost.The study suggests that aluminum is frequently chosen ahead of other alloys because of a failure to fully factor the sustainability of the end-product into consideration. When examining sustainability alongside traditional factors such as time, cost and flexibility, Cranfield’s research demonstrated t...
2020 - 06 - 17
Switching from aluminum to zinc alloys could greatly improve longevity and sustainability of automot
A new study by researchers at Cranfield University in the UK finds that switching from aluminum to zinc alloys in the production of automotive parts could greatly enhance their longevity and sustainability.The study, conducted by Cranfield’s Sustainable Manufacturing Systems Center, evaluated the performance of three different alloys (aluminum-A380, magnesium-AZ91D and zinc-ZA8) considering overall product life cycle aspects and process characteristics through a deterministic technique for order of preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS). Over recent years aluminum alloys have been favored by the automotive manufacturing industry for their lightweight properties and lower cost.The study suggests that aluminum is frequently chosen ahead of other alloys because of a failure to fully factor the sustainability of the end-product into consideration. When examining sustainability alongside traditional factors such as time, cost and flexibility, Cranfield’s research demonstrated t...
2020 - 06 - 17
2020 The 9th Shanghai International Injection Molding Forum
MIM is currently the most scientific near net shape forming technology for metal parts formation. It can flexibly adjust to various performance indexes and has been successfully applied to popular areas such as auto parts, 3C digital, medical equipment and tool locks. Hence, traditional molding technologies such as CNC fine processing, to some extent, are being replaced. Although the future of MIM holds many promises, there is much room for development. In terms of industry competition, to be well ahead of peers and competitors, enterprises must equip themselves with stable technical talents, superior resources and a group of talented personnel with emphasis on constant technological innovation as well as management system optimization.To boost the technological advancement and steady development of MIM technology, strengthen the combination of production, learning, research and application, and create a positive atmosphere for innovation, orderly and inclusive development in the indus...
2020 - 05 - 14
The 18th East China Powder Metallurgy Technology Exchange Meeting
The East China Powder Metallurgy Technology Exchange Meeting, rotationally presented by the powder metallurgy societies in East China, has been successfully held for 17 years since 1982. It’s considered as one of the important platforms for China's powder metallurgy industry exchanges, and has actively promoted the flourishing development of the industry and related industries in East China and even China.The 2020 East China Powder Metallurgy Technology Exchange Meeting will be hosted by the Powder Metallurgy Committee of Shanghai Mechanical Engineering Society. It’s been 12 years since last time the meeting was held by in 2008. During this period, the powder metallurgy industry in China, especially in East China, has made new progresses and leaps. New achievements were made in multiple aspects. To this end, let's get together once again to communicate with each other and achieve mutual benefits.InaugurationGuest speechShao Jian, President, Powder Metallurgy Association of Shan...
2020 - 05 - 14
2020 Shanghai International Summit on Advanced Ceramic Technology and Industry Development
Advanced ceramics are widely applied in industry sectors, high-tech world and new industries. With annual growth rate of 8%, its market in China values hundreds of billions of CNY. In recent years, the acceleration of China’s high-end industries and new industries development, for example, advanced manufacturing, 5G communications, semiconductor equipment and chip packaging, 3D printing and new energy vehicles, has provided a huge marketplace for new ceramic materials & products while rapidly stimulating its research and industrialization process. In 2020, it’s expected that the advanced ceramic industry and market will have a huge growth mainly in 5G filter ceramics, ceramic substrates with high thermal conductivity and IGBT, high-performance ceramic powders, materials for 3D printing and more. A study shows that the domestic demand for 5G ceramic filters in 2020 will exceed 10 billion CNY, which brings unprecedented development opportunities to the research and application of adv...
2020 - 05 - 14
2020 Shanghai International Summit Forum on Ceramic 3D Printing
Ceramic 3D printing can be used in preparation of multifunctional ceramics with complex structure and high precision, and will be widely used in architecture, engineering, medicine, aerospace and more. In recent years, metal and plastic 3D printing companies is shifting to the ceramic materials field that has increasing demand for strong, tough and high temperature resistant parts, which promotes the rapid development of ceramic 3D printing industry. According to the latest Grand View Research report, the global ceramic 3D printing market is expected to approach $160 million by 2025 with an average annual growth rate of 34%. This will be a new growth point for the 3D printing market segment.China's ceramic 3D printing is facing a new opportunity for its developments as well as grimness challenge. Under the situation, Ceramic 3D Printing Industry Alliance, China Advanced Ceramics Industry Alliance, and Uniris Exhibition Shanghai Co Ltd are working together to hold the 2020 Shanghai ...
2020 - 05 - 14
Scientists Use a Little Math to Print the Strongest Kind of Steel
Scientists from Texas A&M University and the U.S. Air Force say they’ve developed a way to 3D print the strongest kind of steel, along with many other metals.By using a steel powder melted into place by a laser, this process follows in the footsteps of technologies like powder welding. And by adding a mathematical model to gauge which laser settings will best reduce printing flaws, the researchers have made a process they say makes strong steel into strong 3D-printed steel items.The mathematical model and its results are presented as an “optimization framework” that anchors the research team’s new paper.“This framework utilizes the computationally inexpensive Eagar-Tsai model, calibrated with single track experiments, to predict the melt pool geometry,” the team writes. “Computationally inexpensive” means the mathematical model doesn’t require a lot of processing juice. Using this term usually indicates the new idea is an alternative that saves a ton of time compared to a tradition...
2020 - 04 - 24
Demand surge for niche steel products to be boon for China mills
BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s steel companies are banking on rising demand in 2020 for high-end, and higher priced, specialty metal products for use in new infrastructure projects to revive an economy that was already slowing before the recent coronavirus outbreak.As much as 2.8 trillion yuan ($396.75 billion) of local government bonds have been pledged for metal-intensive projects designed to stimulate economic growth, including new light rail systems, energy grid upgrades and an accelerated roll-out of 5G network installations.Li Xinchuang, chairman of the China Metallurgical Industry Planning and Research Institute (CMIPRI), a government think-tank, expects new infrastructure projects to increase direct demand of specialty steel products by around 33 million tonnes this year, or roughly the annual output of Brazil, the ninth-largest steel producer. Li did not give a 2019 figure.However, the China Special Steel Enterprises Association, which uses a stricter definition of specialty stee...
2020 - 04 - 17
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