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Six quaternary alloys Al-6Si-3Cu-xMg were produced by melt spinning using two different tangential speeds of the copper wheel and characterized using optical microscopy (OM), scanning electron...
Article - 4 May 2001
These alloys are light weight, high strength and cheaper than zirconium containing nagnesium alloys. They find applications in the aeropsace, automotive industries as well as electronics, sporting...
Article - 4 May 2006
This paper discusses the various fuel analysis techniques available to the gas turbine user. It will review each technique’s ability to meet the need for fast and precise on-site analytical data.
Article - 6 May 2006
Rotating disk electrode (RDE) arc emission spectrometers are used in many commercial, industrial and military laboratories throughout the world to analyze millions of oil and fuel samples each year.
Article - 4 Sep 2017
An XRF monitor sample is mainly used for correcting instrumental drift over time.
Article - 4 Mar 2016
The automotive and aircraft industries often use aluminum alloys as they combine the mechanical properties of alloys, and the light weight aspects of the aluminum.
Article - 31 May 2016
SciAps have observed that aluminum 6063 and 1100 alloys can often be mixed up in sorting operations that use X-ray analyzers. As a result, these scrap processors may not be obtaining the full value...
Article - 5 Dec 2014
Chromite produces Ferrochrome, which plays a key role in the steel industry.
Article - 27 Oct 2015
Aluminum is the world's third most common element and makes up 8% of the earth’s crust. It is the most abundant metal found on earth.
Article - 9 Aug 2012
X-ray microanalysis is a tool with high precision and speed, revealing unexpected chemical phases.