Casting and Solidification of Light Alloys

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December 2020
216 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-737-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-738-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Casting and Solidification of Light Alloys that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Investigation of the effect of casting and crystallization on the structure and properties of the resulting light alloys and, in particular, research connected with detailed analysis of the microstructure of light alloys obtained using various external influences of ultrasonic, vibration, magnetic, and mechanical processing on the casting and crystallization are discussed. Research on the study of introduction of additives (modifiers, reinforcers, including nanosized ones, etc.) into the melt during the crystallization process, the technological properties of casting (fluidity, segregation, shrinkage, etc.), the structure and physicomechanical properties of light alloys are also included.
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aluminum alloy; titanium diboride; master alloy; structure; mechanical properties; aluminum; alumina nanoparticles; microstructure; mechanical properties; elastic limit; strength; Al/SiC composite; porosity in composites; finite element analysis; Al–Mg–Si; α-Al8(Fe2Mn)Si particles; solution treatment; ageing; dissolution of Fe; Differential Scanning Calorimetry; aluminum alloy; casting speed; solidification; Ohno continuous casting; gravity casting; dendritic spacing; composite materials; hypereutectic aluminum alloys; Al-Zn-Mg alloys; rapid solidification; eutectic; CALPHAD; microstructure; intermetallics; precipitation hardening; aluminum-zirconium wire alloys; electromagnetic casting; drawing; electrical conductivity; phase composition; nanoparticles; friction stir processing; aluminum alloys; copper alloys; titanium alloys; magnesium alloys; subsurface gradient structures; surface modification; hardening with reinforcing particles; hybrid in situ surfaces; friction stir welding; grade 2 titanium alloy; ZhS6U Ni-based superalloy; microstructure; welding tool; tool wear; friction stir welding; aluminum alloy; structure formation; adhesion; metal transfer; mechanical properties; in-situ friction stir process; aluminum alloys; Al-Cu metallomatrix composite; intermetallic compounds; diffusion-controlled reactions; Al-Cu eutectics; intermetallides; phase composition; microstructure; hydrides; TiAl system; n/a

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