Advances in High-Performance Non-ferrous Materials
Yu, Hailiang (editor)
Liu, Zhilin (editor)
Cui, Xiaohui (editor)
Nowadays, there is great pressure on energy conservation and emission reduction. In order to achieve these goals, weight reduction in manufacturing fields, such as the vehicle, marine, and aerospace industries, and microelectromechanical systems is the major trend. Although some structures and parts that require special properties and service conditions must use ferrous materials such as steels due to their superior thermal and wear resistance, there is a desperate need to replace these alloys with non-ferrous materials such as Al alloys, Mg alloys, Ti-based alloys, Cu alloys, and others in order to decrease the operational and maintenance costs. Recently, many new material processing techniques, i.e., irradiation, cryogenic rolling, wet chemical method, induction sintering, liquid/solid casting, heat treatment, electromagnetic hot forming, and five-axis flank milling, have been developed to enhance the performance of non-ferrous materials. Excellent work hardening, fracture toughness, mechanical properties, magnetic properties, and wear resistance could be realized depending on the appropriate application of these new technologies. This Special Issue covers these topics and focuses on the process–structure–properties relationships of high-performance non-ferrous materials.
Keywordshigh-purity nickel; cryorolling; annealing; grain growth; lamellar-structure grains; metals and alloys; 3D printing; oxidation; in situ vanadium carbide; wear-resistant composite; heat treatment; phase transformation; mechanical properties; tribological behavior; creep; intermetallic; cast Cu-Sn; spinodal bronze; cast Cu-Sn-Ti; two-phase zone continuous casting; five-axis flank milling; spiral bevel gears; non-ferrous; CNC machining; tool path planning; 7075-T6 aluminum alloy; electromagnetic forming; hot forming; numerical simulation; mechanical property; Ni-Co-Mn-In ribbons; Heusler alloys; EMR; transformation; Ti–5Al–5Mo–5V–1Cr–1Fe alloy; in situ observation; slip band; microcrack; fracture mechanism; Al-5Ti-0.2B; Al-3Ti-0.15C; 7050 ingot; 7050-T7651 plate; fracture toughness; grain size; CeO2 size; quenching experiment method; DSC; refining performance; strip asymmetrical rolling; mathematic models; percentage of cross-shear region; friction work; energy consumption; slab method; Cu/Al clad sheet; interlayer; annealing temperature; interfacial reaction; bonding strength; Al/steel bimetal; bonding; Eu; compound casting; EBSD; EPMA; Al-Cu-Li alloy; homogenization; microstructural evolution; quasi in situ; mixed rare earth; Al-Si-Cu alloy; microstructure; thermodynamic calculation; ODS-W; wet chemical method; Al2O3-reinforced; tungsten alloy plates; 15%SiCp/2009 aluminum matrix composite; cryogenic treatment; thermoelectric power; aging behavior; tensile property; Cu-Ti-Cr-Mg alloy; cryogenic rolling; hardness; texture; twins; aluminum alloy; neutron irradiation; irradiation embrittlement; transmutation Si; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues
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