Microstructural and Mechanical Characterization of Alloys
Sroka, Marek (editor)
Golański, Grzegorz (editor)
This book contains manuscripts related to alloys (engineering materials) to discuss potential materials, methods for improvement of the strength and cyclic properties of alloys, the stability of microstructures, the possible application of new (or improved) alloys, and the use of treatment for alloy improvement. The broad spectrum of topics included in the articles of this Special Issue demonstrates that research into the microstructural and mechanical characteristics of alloys represents a contemporary field. These topics are also envisaged to be of interest to scientists in other research centers, and we can still expect new developments in this investigation field.
Keywordsmagnesium alloy; ECAP; texture; mechanical properties; Co-based alloy; tribological properties; wear; microstructure; selective laser sintering (SLS); powder injection molding (PIM); medium-carbon low-alloy steel; lath martensite; effective grain size; strength; carbon content; hot-work die steel; thermal stability; carbide; dislocation; tempering kinetics; AZ91 magnesium alloys; age-hardening response; microstructure evolution; β-Mg17Al12 phase; artificial neural network model; AA6063; fly ash; response surface methodology; wear rate; friction coefficient; Al-Cu-Li-Mg-Ag alloy; constitutive equation; EBSD; recrystallization; Cu-Mg alloy; equal channel angular pressing (ECAP); metallic alloys; chemical composition; treatment
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
History of engineering & technology