Influence of the Heating Rate on the Foaming Behavior of Various Aluminium Alloys
AbstractPowders of metallurgically prepared precursors expand to a foam differently depending on how fast they are heated to their foaming temperature. The foaming behavior of four alloys was studied with heating rates varying from 0.1 K/s to 18 K/s. It was found that each alloy shows its own non-linear behavior of expansion values. Alloys not containing magnesium exhibit a maximum at intermediate heating rates, whereas Mg-containing alloys tend to expand more for higher heating rates. View Full-Text
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Neu, T.R.; Pfretzschner, B.; García-Moreno, F.; Banhart, J. Influence of the Heating Rate on the Foaming Behavior of Various Aluminium Alloys. Metals 2017, 7, 323.
Neu TR, Pfretzschner B, García-Moreno F, Banhart J. Influence of the Heating Rate on the Foaming Behavior of Various Aluminium Alloys. Metals. 2017; 7(9):323.Chicago/Turabian Style
Neu, Tillmann R.; Pfretzschner, Beate; García-Moreno, Francisco; Banhart, John. 2017. "Influence of the Heating Rate on the Foaming Behavior of Various Aluminium Alloys." Metals 7, no. 9: 323.
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