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Titel: Magnesium Technology 2017

ISBN: 3319523910
EAN: 9783319523910
1st ed. 2017.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Kiran N. Solanki, Dmytro Orlov, Alok Singh
Springer, Berlin

23. Februar 2017 - gebunden - 689 Seiten


The Magnesium Technology Symposium, the event on which this collection is based, is one of the largest yearly gatherings of magnesium specialists in the world. Papers represent all aspects of the field, ranging from primary production to applications to recycling. Moreover, papers explore everything from basic research findings to industrialization. Magnesium Technology 2017 covers a broad spectrum of current topics, including alloys and their properties; cast products and processing; wrought products and processing; forming, joining, and machining; corrosion and surface finishing; ecology; and structural applications. In addition, there is coverage of new and emerging applications.


Part 1: Magnesium Technology 2017: Keynote Session I.- Multi-scale Investigation on Yield "Symmetry" and Reduced Strength Differential in an Mg-Y Alloy.- Targeting High Impact R&D for Automotive Magnesium Alloys.- Magnesium Development as a Lightweight Material  In Competition with Other Structural Materials.- The Continued Quest for Low-Temperature Formability in Mg Alloys:  Historical Developments and Future Opportunities.- Part 2: Magnesium Technology 2017: Alloy Development.- Using the Crystal Plasticity Approach to Parse the Effects of Alloying and Aging on the Mechanical Behavior of Wrought Mg Alloys.- Development of high-strength high-speed-extrudable Mg-Al-Ca-Mn alloy.- Development of ultra-high strength and ductile Mg-Gd-Y-Zn-Zr alloys by extrusion with forced-air cooling.- Effect of Extrusion Ratio on Microstructure and Resulting Mechanical Properties of Mg Alloys with LPSO Phase.- Mechanically Alloyed Magnesium Based Nanostructured Alloy Powders for Stent Applications.- Combined Effects of Grain Size Refinement and Dynamic Precipitation on Mechanical Properties of a New Magnesium.- Alloy.- Machinability Investigation in Micro-milling of Mg based MMCs with Nano-sized Particles.- Part 3: Magnesium Technology 2017: Solidification and Processing I.- Microsegregation in High Pressure Die Cast Mg Alloys.- Numerical simulations of TRC equipped with a core.- Growth of Al8Mn5 intermetallic in AZ91.- Influence of CaO grain refiner addition on the microstructure and mechanical properties of as-cast Mg alloys.- Grain refinement of Mg and its alloy by inoculation of in-situ MgO particles.- Numerical study of magnesium production by Pidgeon process and pre-prepared pellets silicothermic process: comparison of heat transfer.- On the age hardening response of aluminum containing magnesium sheets with zinc or manganese (AZ- and AM series alloys).- Performance evaluation of high-pressure die-cast magnesium alloys.- Simulation Study on Direct Desulfurization of Molten Iron by Magnesium Vapor.- Part 4: Magnesium Technology 2017: Mechanical Behavior: Twinning, Plasticity, Texture, and Fatigue I.- Twinning super dislocations to help understand strength.- Basal Dislocation Transmutation through {1012} Twin Boundaries.- Ductility Enhancement in Mg alloys by Anisotropy Engineering.- Modeling the effect of alloying elements in magnesium on deformation twin characteristics.- Simulating Discrete Twin Evolution in Magnesium using a Novel Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Model.- The effect of {10-12} twin boundary on the evolution of defect substructure.- Part 5: Magnesium Technology 2017: Solidification and Processing II.- Processing of Mg-sheet via Twin Roll Casting.- Effects of Mn and Zn Solutes on Grain Refinement of Commercial Pure Magnesium.- Experimental investigation of continuous magnesium production by carbothermal reduction.- Precipitation behavior of Mg-Al-Sn-Zn(-Na) alloys.- Study on the Direct Oxidation Thermal Decomposition of Magnesium Chloride byproduct in the Sponge Titanium.- Thermal decomposition kinetics of pre-prepared pellets for the novel silicothermic process.- Thermal Stability of Cryomilled Mg Alloy Powder.- Thermomechanical Processing of Thixomolded Alloys.- Part 6: Magnesium Technology 2017: Mechanical Behavior: Twinning, Plasticity, Texture, and Fatigue II.- Dynamic behavior of an AZ31 alloy under varying strain rates and stress triaxialities.- Enhancing the tensile response of magnesium through simultaneous addition of aluminium and alumina nanoparticulates.- Effect of solutes additions on the microstructure and mechanical properties of cast Mg-Al based alloys.- Enhanced mechanical properties of extruded Mg-9mass%Al-1mass%Zn-2mass%Ca alloy.- Influence of strain path change on the microstructure and mechanical properties of duplex Mg-Li alloy.- Mechanical Properties and Deformation Mechanism of Mg-Y Alloy with Various Grain Sizes.- Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of High Pressure Die Cast Mg-Al-Sn-Si Alloys.- Microstructure and mechanical properties of an extruded Mg-1.58Zn-0.52Gd alloy.- Modelling Magnesium Alloys for Improved Isotropic and Symmetric Yield Behaviour.- Part 7: Magnesium Technology 2017: Solidification and Processing III and Magnesium-Rare Earth Alloys I.- Scaled-Up Fabrication of Thin-Walled ZK60 Tubing using Shear Assisted Processing and Extrusion (ShAPE).- Biocompatible Magnesium Alloy ZNdK100 Adaptation of Extrusion Parameters to Tailor the Mechanical Properties to Different Implant Applications.- Characterization of Semi-closed Die-Forged ZK60 Mg Alloy Extrusion.- Optimization of Nitrogen bubbling conditions for extruded Mg alloy with balanced mechanical properties.- Effects of Gadolinium and Neodymium Addition on Young s Modulus of Magnesium-based Binary Alloys.- Aging behavior of Mg alloys containing Nd and Y.- Variation of Rare Earth Elements in the Magnesium Alloy ME21 for the Sheet Production.- Phase stability and formation in Mg Gd Zn alloys key data for ICME of Mg alloys.- Part 8: Magnesium Technology 2017: Corrosion.- An Electrochemical Investigation of Mg-Ni Hydrogen Storage Alloys by Mechanical Alloying.- Corrosion and creep resistance of thixomolded® magnesium alloys.- Corrosion Properties of Mg-6Al-0.3Mn-aSn-bZn Alloys.- Corrosion of magnesium-aluminum (Mg-Al) alloys An interplay between Al content and CO2.- Excimer Laser Processing of Al containing Mg Alloys for Improved Corrosion Resistance.- Effect of Al and Sn on discharge behavior of Mg alloy as anode for Mg-Air battery.- Utilization of a Partially Non-aqueous Electrolyte for the Spatial Mapping of Mg Corrosion using a model Mg-Al Electrode.- Voltammetric Studies of Extruded Pure Magnesium in Different Electrolytes and Its Corrosion Morphology.- Part 9: Magnesium Technology 2017: Magnesium-Rare Earth Alloys II.- Microstructure and mechanical properties of Mg-Zn-Gd alloys after rolling or extrusion processes.- A comparative study on the microstructure, mechanical properties, and hot deformation of magnesium alloys containing zinc, calcium and yttrium.- Addition of Holmium & Erbium and Hot-rolling effects on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Mg-Li based Alloys.- Bonding environments in a creep resistant Mg-RE-Zn alloy.- Microstructural and Numerical Investigation on the Shear Response of a Rare-Earth Magnesium Alloy Sheet.- Solute effect on strength and formability of Mg: A first-principle study.- Understanding on the role of rare earth elements in activation of slip in magnesium: An atomistic approach.- Stabilisation of disordered BCC phases in magnesium-rare earth alloys.- The Effects of Ca Addition on Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Gravity Cast Mg-Zn-Y Alloy.- Part 10: Magnesium Technology 2017: Mechanical Behavior: Twinning, Plasticity, Texture, and Fatigue III.- Microstructure and Texture Evolution during Hot Deformation of Cast-Homogenized ZK60 Magnesium Alloy.- Development of Texture during Tensile Test at Room Temperature.- Effect of Ca on the microstructure, texture and mechanical properties in Mg-Zn-Mn based alloy.- Evaluation of in vitro fatigue properties of biodegradable Mg-0.3at.%Ca alloy.- Mechanical properties and fatigue strength of extruded cobalt-containing magnetic magnesium alloys.- Neutron diffraction and acoustic emission measurement during loading and unloading of magnesium aluminium binary alloys.- Texture weakening and grain refinement by high speed rolling and annealing of an AZ31 magnesium alloy.- The Relative Contributions of Deformation Modes to AZ31 Rolling Textures in Different Temperature Regimes.- Effects of Texture and Triaxiality on the Plasticity of Magnesium Alloys.- Part 11: Magnesium Technology 2017: Poster Session.- Microstructures and Tensile Properties of As-cast Magnesium AM60-Based Composite Containing Alumina Fibres and Nano Particles.- Part 12: In-situ Methods for Unraveling Structure-Property Relationships in Light Metals: Imaging and Acoustic Emission.- Overview of In-Situ X-ray Studies of Light Alloy Solidification in Microgravity.- Morphological transition of a-Mg dendrites during near-isothermal solidification of a Mg-Nd-Gd-Zn-Zr casting alloy.- Real-time observation of AZ91 solidification by synchrotron radiography.- 3D microstructural evolution on solidifying Mg-5Nd-5Zn alloy observed via in situ synchrotron tomography.- Acoustic emission study of deformation behavior of wrought Mg alloys.- Effect of Thermo-mechanical Treatment of Extruded Z1 Mg Alloy on Resulting Mechanical Properties.- In-situ investigation of deformation mechanisms in Mg-Zn-Y magnesium alloy with LPSO phase by diffraction methods and acoustic emission.- Part 13: In-situ Methods for Unraveling Structure-Property Relationships in Light Metals: Diffraction and Other Novel Methods.- Structural evolution of metals at high temperature: Complementary investigations with neutron and synchrotron quantum beams.- Advanced Aluminum Alloys Development and In-Situ Fitness-for-Service Testing in Automotive Lightweighting.- In-situ X-ray Synchrotron Profile Analysis during High Pressure Torsion of Ti.- The Effect of Grain Refinement on Hot Tearing in AZ91D Magnesium Alloys.- Formability of Magnesium Alloy AZ31B from Room Temperature to 125C under Biaxial Tension.- In-situ real-time monitoring of aging processes in an aluminum alloy by high-precision dilatometry.- Effect of the Zn content on the compression behaviour of Mg5Nd(Zn): an in situ synchrotron radiation diffraction study.


Kiran N. Solanki is an associate professor of mechanical engineering in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport & Energy (SEMTE) at Arizona State University (ASU). Prior to coming to ASU, he was an associate director for the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems at Mississippi State University (MSU). Dr. Solanki received his Ph.D. from MSU in December 2008. Dr. Solanki s research interest is at the interface of solid mechanics and material science, with a focus on characterizing and developing microstructure-based structure property relationships across multiple length and time scales. To date, he has coauthored more than 60 journal articles, four book chapters, and more than 35 conference proceedings with faculty and students at ASU and MSU. In addition, his paper published in Engineering Fracture Mechanics was recognized as one of the most highly cited papers from years 2002 to 2005. For his efforts to promote the education of engineering students in the area of fatigue technology, he was awarded the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Henry O. Fuch Award by the SAE Fatigue Design & Evaluation Committee. In 2011, Dr. Solanki received The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society s (TMS) Light Metals Magnesium Best Fundamental Research Paper Award for his work on predicting deformation and failure behavior in magnesium alloys using a multiscale modeling approach. He received the 2013 TMS Light Metals Division Young Leader Professional Development Award; the 2013 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Research Award; the 2013 American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Orr Award for Early Career Excellence in Fatigue, Fracture, and Creep; and the 2016 Science Award from ECI/ONR.Co-EditorsDmytro Orlov, Ph.D., is Professor and Head of the Division of Materials Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) in Lund University, Lund, Sweden. Among other professional activities, at present he has a joint appointment as a senior scientist at the University of Nova Gorica in Slovenia and serves as a Vice Chair of the Magnesium Committee of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS).Dr. Orlov obtained all graduate degrees at Donetsk National Technical University in Ukraine. During his Ph.D. studies he joined a research institute within National Academy of Sciences Ukraine where he spent ten years, and then almost ten years on postdoctoral and senior research positions in world-renowned laboratories at Osaka, Kyoto, and Ritumeikan Universities in Japan, Monash University in Australia, and University of Nova Gorica in Slovenia. In the latter university he also received habilitation. To date, his track record includes more than 20 research projects, seven patents, more than 70 research papers and books, and approximately as many lectures at international meetings among which more than 20 were invited.Dr. Orlov s background is in the engineering of thermo-mechanical processing technologies for metallic materials fabrication with a core expertise in the design of deformation processing based techniques. The primary scope of his laboratory within LTH is the engineering of novel hybrid, composite and mono-materials with hierarchical structures architectured from atomic- through to macro-scales. His present research interests and ongoing research projects are focused on the design of Mg alloys for biomedical and lightweight mobility applications, multi-scale architectured structures with topological control of their heterogeneity, and the development of relevant in-situ characterization techniques at large-scale facilities.Alok Singh is a chief researcher in the Structural Materials Unit of National Institute for Materials Science in Tsukuba, Japan. He studied metallurgical engineering at undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels. His Ph.D. work at the Indian Institute of Science was on the study of quasicrystalline and related intermetallic phases in aluminum alloys by transmission electron microscopy (TEM). He tackled the complex structures and reciprocal space of quasicrystals and its indexing problems.After working for several years studying advanced materials by TEM at the Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research, and visited National Research Institute for Metals in Japan, he moved to his present working place National Institute for Materials Science in 2002, and started working on magnesium alloys with special emphasis on Mg-Zn-RE alloys containing stable quasicrystal phase. His work has demonstrated very high strength with ductility in these alloys. These high mechanical properties have been analyzed with respect to microstructural characteristics. He has employed TEM to study dislocations, grain boundaries and twins, and interactions among these, to understand deformation behavior of magnesium alloys. Recently, he is applying advanced TEM techniques of scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) to study severely plastically deformed (SPD, a current trend in materials to achieve nano-scale microstructures) magnesium alloys, which is a challenge for the conventional TEM because of the strong contrast from high amount of mechanical strain. He has more than 90 refereed publications, more than 30 contributions to proceedings, and several patents on magnesium alloys. As a member of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Societ (TMS), he is a regular attendee of TMS annual meetings and has been involved with the Magnesium Committee for many years. He has been JOM representative and Vice Chair of the Magnesium Committee. He received the TMS Magnesium Fundamental Research Award for year 2009 along with his coworkers.Neale R. Neelameggham is `The Guru at IND LLC, involved in international consulting in the field of metals and associated chemicals (boron, magnesium, titanium, and lithium and rare earth elements), thiometallurgy, energy technologies, soil biochemical reactor design, etc. He was a visiting expert at Beihang University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing, China. He was a plenary speaker at the Light Metal Symposium in South Africa on low carbon dioxide emission processes for magnesium.Dr. Neelameggham has more than 38 years of expertise in magnesium production and was involved in process development of its startup company NL Magnesium through to the present US Magnesium LLC, UT until 2011. Neelameggham and Brian Davis authored the ICE-JNME award winning (2016) paper 21st Century Global Anthropogenic Warming Convective Model which notes that constrained air mass warming is independent of the energy conversion source - fossil or renewable energy. He is presently developing Agricoal and agricoalture to improve arid soils.Dr. Neelameggham holds 16 patents and patent applications, and has published several technical papers. He has served on the Magnesium Committee of the Light Metals Division (LMD) of TMS since its inception in 2000, chaired it in 2005, and in 2007 he was made a permanent co-organizer for the Magnesium Symposium. He has been a member of the Reactive Metals Committee, Recycling Committee, and Titanium Committee, and has been the Programming Committee Representative of LMD and LMD Council.Dr. Neelameggham was the inaugural chair, when in 2008, LMD and EPD (Extraction & Processing Division) created the Energy Committee, and has been a co-editor of the energy technology symposium proceedings through the present. He received the LMD Distinguished Service Award in 2010. While he was the chair of the Hydro and Electrometallurgy Committee he initiated the rare metal technology symposium in 2014. He is co-editor of the 2017 proceedings for the symposia on magnesium technology, energy technology, rare metal technology and solar cell silicon.Wim H. Sillekens is a project manager in the Strategic & Emerging Technologies Team at the research and technology center of the European Space Agency (ESA ESTEC), where he is currently acting as the coordinator of the European Community research project ExoMet. He obtained his Ph.D. from Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, on a subject relating to metal-forming technology. Since he has been engaged in aluminum and magnesium research, amongst others on (hydro-mechanical) forming, recycling/refining, (hydrostatic) extrusion, forging, magnesium-based biodegradable implants, and as of late on light-metal matrix nanocomposites and grain-refined materials. His professional career includes positions as a post-doc researcher at his alma mater and as a research scientist / project leader at the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). International working experience includes a placement as a research fellow at MEL (now AIST) in Tsukuba, Japan. He has (co)-authored a variety of publications (about 150 entries to date). Other professional activities include an involvement in association activities (amongst others, as the lead organizer of TMS Magnesium Technology 2011), international conference committees, and as a peer reviewer of research papers and proposals. Research interests are in physical and mechanical metallurgy in general and in light-metals technology in particular.

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