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Aluminium alloys are widely used in many industrial applications including automobiles and aeroplanes, on account of their light weight. However, the wide-spread use of such alloys was contingent on the discovery of precipitate strengthening as a means for improving the tensile properties of these alloys necessary for most applications. Discovered over a hundred years ago, the technique involves heating alloys to elevated temperatures, which allows nanoscale secondary phases to precipitate in the metal. These precipitates hinder dislocation motion throughout the material and greatly increase their tensile strength. Now, however, Australian researchers led by Christopher Hutchinson at Monash University have developed a room-temperature cycling technique that reproduces and improve...
Published: 2019 - 09 - 18
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Organizing Committee:Industrial Ceramics Committee of Chinese Ceramic SocietyOrganizing Committee of Summit Forum on Cutting-edge Technology Application and Development in Advanced Ceramic IndustryUniris Exhibition Shanghai Co., Ltd. 2019 China Summit Forum on Cutting-edge Technology Application and Development in Advanced Ceramic Industry & Academic Annual Meeting of the Industrial Ceramics Committee of Chinese Ceramic Society will ceremoniously be held on March 24th, 2019 at Howard Johnson Peace Hotel Shanghai.The forum is closely related to the most popular and conce...
Published: 2019 - 02 - 27
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IMAGE: THESE ARE TWO PIECES OF ALUMINUM ALLOY 7075 WELDED TOGETHER USING A NANOPARTICLE-ENHANCED FILLER WIRE. CREDIT: UCLA SAMUELI ENGINEERINGAn aluminum alloy developed in the 1940s has long held promise for use in automobile manufacturing, except for one key obstacle. Although it's nearly as strong as steel and just one-third the weight, it is almost impossible to weld together using the technique commonly used to assemble body panels or engine parts.That's because when the alloy is heated during welding, its molecular structure creates an uneven flow of its constituent elements --...
Published: 2019 - 02 - 13
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In order to be able to exploit the lightweight construction potential of aluminum in the aerospace industry, scientists from Bremen, are involved in a project to further develop aluminum alloys for additive manufacturing.During the two years of funding, the first step will be to further develop an already available high-performance alloy in such a way that it can also be used in space travel. At the same time, the scientists want to develop a novel aluminum alloy with similarly outstanding material properties as the already available high-performance alloy, but as a cost-ef...
Published: 2019 - 02 - 11
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Did you know steel roofs can last over 50 years while traditional roofs only last 17 years?Are you constructing with steel? Steel comes in many types, shapes, and sizes. To ensure you’re using the best, here are the 7 types of steel.The 7 Types of Steel to Use in ConstructionWhen it comes to construction there is no material like steel. No material can match the durability. Let’s chat about 7 different types of steel.1. Structural SteelStructural steel is durable and strong. It can be transformed into any shape including but not limited to I-Beam, L shape, T shape, and Z shape. ...
Published: 2019 - 01 - 22
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Researchers at the notorious Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico - a primary supplier of US ancillary nuclear weapon systems - have announced the development of a two-metal alloy that is so hard that only diamond can compare in its ability to resist wear.Boasting a durability and strength rating an estimated 100-times harder than high-strength steel, the platinum-gold alloy can withstand incredibly high levels of heat and friction, and can last much longer than existing materials in high-stress environments.As an added boost, the accidentally-discovered super-hard ma...
Published: 2019 - 01 - 14
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