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Author Bettles, Colleen

Title Advances in wrought magnesium alloys : fundamentals of processing, properties and applications / edited by Colleen Bettles and Matthew Barnett
Published Cambridge, UK : Woodhead, 2012


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Description xiv, 463 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Woodhead publishing in materials
Woodhead Publishing in materials.
Contents Contents note continued: 10.2.Potential of magnesium sheets -- 10.3.The sheet rolling process and its influence on sheet properties -- 10.4.Alloying effects on sheet properties -- 10.5.Formability of magnesium sheets -- 10.6.Enabling technologies and future trends -- 10.7.Sources of further information -- 10.8.References -- 11.Forging technology for magnesium alloys / J. Knigge -- 11.1.Introduction -- 11.2.Forging technology -- 11.3.Forging of magnesium alloys -- 11.4.Near-net-shape forming of magnesium alloys -- 11.5.Conclusions -- 11.6.Acknowledgements -- 11.7.References -- pt. III Applications of magnesium alloys -- 12.Applications of magnesium alloys in automotive engineering / A. K. Sachdev -- 12.1.Introduction -- 12.2.Materials properties -- 12.3.Alloy development -- 12.4.Manufacturing process development -- 12.5.Automotive applications of magnesium alloys -- 12.6.Future trends -- 12.7.Conclusions -- 12.8.Acknowledgements -- 12.9.References --
Contents note continued: 13.Biomedical applications of magnesium alloys / D. Bormann -- 13.1.Introduction -- 13.2.Functionality of magnesium implants -- 13.3.Cardiovascular implants -- 13.4.Orthopaedic and other implants -- 13.5.Future trends -- 13.6.Sources of further information -- 13.7.Conclusions -- 13.8.References
Contents note continued: 3.7.References -- 4.Superplasticity in magnesium alloys by severe plastic deformation / Y. Estrin -- 4.1.Introduction -- 4.2.Microstructure evolution during thermomechanical processing -- 4.3.Superplastic behaviour -- 4.4.Fracture during superplastic deformation -- 4.5.Mechanisms and models -- 4.6.Conclusions -- 4.7.References -- 5.Dynamic recrystallization in magnesium alloys / R. Kaibyshev -- 5.1.Introduction -- 5.2.Dynamic recrystallization (DRX) mechanisms operating in magnesium alloys -- 5.3.Effect of initial structure on DRX -- 5.4.DRX in different magnesium alloys -- 5.5.DRX during severe plastic deformation -- 5.6.Conclusions -- 5.7.Acknowledgements -- 5.8.References -- pt. II Processing of magnesium alloys -- 6.Direct chill casting of magnesium extrusion billet and rolling slab / J. F. Grandfield -- 6.1.Introduction -- 6.2.Heat and fluid flow -- 6.3.Magnesium direct chill (DC) casting technology and engineering --
Contents note continued: 6.4.Solidified structures and defect formation -- 6.5.Conclusions -- 6.6.References -- 7.Twin roll casting of magnesium / M. A. Wells -- 7.1.Introduction -- 7.2.Industrial perspective -- 7.3.Twin roll casting (TRC) process -- 7.4.Solidification and strip microstructure -- 7.5.Thermodynamic calculations -- 7.6.Process modeling and simulation -- 7.7.Conclusions -- 7.8.References -- 8.Enhancing the extrudability of wrought magnesium alloys / A. G. Beer -- 8.1.Introduction -- 8.2.Extrudability of magnesium alloys -- 8.3.Microstructural development during extrusion -- 8.4.Recent extrusion alloy development -- 8.5.Conclusions -- 8.6.References -- 9.Hydrostatic extrusion of magnesium alloys / J. Bohlen -- 9.1.Introduction -- 9.2.Process basics -- 9.3.Research and development issues -- 9.4.Future trends -- 9.5.Sources of further information -- 9.6.Conclusions -- 9.7.References -- 10.Rolling of magnesium alloys / D. Letzig -- 10.1.Introduction --
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Types and properties of magnesium alloys -- 1.Current developments in wrought magnesium alloys / M. O. Pekguleryuz -- 1.1.Introduction: overview of wrought magnesium alloy development -- 1.2.Current developments in magnesium wrought alloys -- 1.3.Progress in wrought magnesium alloys -- 1.4.Future trends in wrought magnesium alloy development -- 1.5.References -- 2.Deformation mechanisms of magnesium alloys / S. R. Agnew -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.2.Basal slip -- 2.3.Non-basal slip of <a> type dislocations -- 2.4.Non-basal slip of <c+a> type dislocations -- 2.5.Deformation twinning -- 2.6.Dynamic deformation -- 2.7.Conclusions -- 2.8.Acknowledgements -- 2.9.References -- 3.Twinning and its role in wrought magnesium alloys / M. R. Barnett -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.Fundamentals of twinning -- 3.3.The impact of twinning on mechanical response -- 3.4.The impact of structure and processing on twinning -- 3.5.Conclusion -- 3.6.Acknowledgements --
Summary Wrought magnesium alloys are alloys that have been mechanically worked after casting. Wrought alloys possess higher strength and ductility than cast alloys and allow the use of magnesium alloys in a wider range of applications. Bettles, Monash Uni; Barnett, Deakin Uni
Analysis Australian
Metallurgy (Australia)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Magnesium alloys.
Magnesium -- Metallurgy.
Author Barnett, Matthew.
Bettles, Colleen
LC no. 2012931834
ISBN 1845699688 (hbk)
9781845699680 (hbk)