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Effect of molybdenum on the formation of Ti6Si2B in mechanically alloyed Ti-Mo-Si-B powders
This paper discusses on effect of molybdenum on the Ti6Si2B formation in mechanically alloyed and hot-pressed Ti-xMo-22Si-11B (x= 2, 5, 7 and 10 at%) alloys. High-energy ball milling and hot pressing were utilized to produce ...
Influence of thermal and mechanical cycling on the flexural strength of ceramics with titanium or gold alloy frameworks
Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of thermal and mechanical cycling alone or in combination, on the flexural strength of ceramic and metallic frameworks cast in gold alloy or titanium. Methods: ...
Microstructural development in Al-Sn alloys directionally solidified under transient heat flow conditions
(Elsevier Science SaLausanneSuíça, 2008)
Immersion Corrosion Of Sn-ag And Sn-bi Alloys As Successors To Sn-pb Alloy With Electronic And Jewelry Applications
(Natl Assoc Corrosion EngHouston, 2016)
Liquid phase sintering of mechanically alloyed Mo-Cu powders
In the Mo-Cu system, Mo has very low solubility in liquid Cu. To reach high densities after liquid phase sintering it is required the solution-reprecipitation step, which induces shape change. One technique that allows to ...
The effect of a bonding agent and thermo-mechanical cycling on the bond strength of a glass-ceramic to gold and cobalt-chromium alloys
To evaluate the effects of bonding agent and thermo-mechanical cycling on the flexural bond strength of a gold and cobalt-chromium alloy to a feldspathic ceramic. Sixty-four metal bars were fused (3 × 25 × 0.5 mm3): 32 ...