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By Manoj Gupta, Sharon Nai Mui Ling

This e-book is the 1st to supply readers perception into the technology, features, and functions of present and futuristic magnesium-based fabrics, with specific emphasis put upon the houses of magnesium-based composites and the consequences of other kinds (metallic, ceramic, interconnected and intermetallic) of reinforcements from micron size scale to nanometric size scale at the houses of the ensuing composites. whereas many books and reports were written on magnesium-based fabrics and the expertise of magnesium, there has no longer been a consolidated e-book at the houses of other futuristic magnesium-based fabrics, particularly magnesium-based composites that have been developed actively over the past 15 years.  due to the fact that magnesium is the lightest of all structural metals, and because of its low density and excessive particular mechanical homes, it has turn into a well-liked fabric for purposes within the automobile, aerospace, electronics and activities gear industries.Chapters will tackle processing expertise, magnesium alloys, magnesium composites, and corrosion points of magnesium-based materials. Appendices will contain a listing of world magnesium providers and learn teams which are learning magnesium-based processing, and may entice either educational and business readers. It encompasses a record of world magnesium brands.

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16. Tin. Tin together with aluminum in magnesium improves ductility. It also assists in reducing cracking tendency during forging [1]. 17. Titanium. There is very limited mutual solubility of titanium and magnesium in each other [5]. Hassan et al. 2% yield strength and ductility. No intermetallic compound was formed. 18. Yttrium. %) [5]. It is incorporated with other rare earth metals to enhance the high temperature strength and creep performance [1]. 19. Zinc. Zinc is one of the most commonly used and effective alloying elements in magnesium.

W. D. Callister (1997) Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction. , 427 pp. 20. M. Gupta and W. L. E. Wong (2007) Microwaves and Metals. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 21. M. Gupta and W. L. E. Wong (2005) Enhancing overall mechanical performance of metallic materials using two-directional microwave assisted rapid sintering. Scripta Materialia, 52(6), 479–483. 22. W. L. E. Wong and M. Gupta (2007) Improving overall mechanical performance of magnesium using nano-alumina reinforcement and energy efficient microwave assisted processing route.

Indirect squeeze casting is performed in a way similar to die casting, whereby the molten metal is poured into the sleeve of squeeze casting equipment. By controlling the speed of the plunger, the speed of the molten metal filling is manipulated. Effort must be made to carefully select the filling speed so as to minimize any turbulent flow, to achieve pore-free castings. This casting method is also suitable for the infiltration of preforms for the synthesis of MMCs. However, in comparison with direct squeeze casting, there is more material loss in indirect squeeze casting, thus reducing the material yield.

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