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  • Article - 4 May 2001
    Magnesium alloys reinforced with silicon carbide particlates are being applied in autmotive, aerospace, cycling and engineering industries.
  • 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 - 15 Feb 2001
    This article discusses thermoplastic composites and how they have overtaken aluminum as the production material of choice in the aviation and transportation industries.
  • Article - 15 Jun 2013
    For generations, steel has been used in automotive applications because of its flexibility which allows it meet the ever-changing vehicle design requirements.
  • Article - 19 Oct 2013
    The government-mandated CAFE standards for the automotive industry will reduce the global carbon footprint and conserve natural resources, according to recent studies. Once the standards reach full...
  • Article - 1 Aug 2003
    Investment casting is a process that can be used to manufacture high precision metallic components. Materials suitable for investment casting and its evolution are described. Market history and...
  • Article - 7 Apr 2003
    Ink-jet texturising is a technology for producing surfaces with controlled textures. This new technology overcomes limitations of other technologies and can be used in a broad range of applications.
  • Article - 7 Jan 2002
    Friction stir welding is a recent modification on friction welding. It is suited to aluminium, magnesium and other metals and can join dissimilar materials. Advantages over fusion welding are, no...
  • Article - 24 Sep 2001
    Although production costs for composite materials (polymer, ceramic and metal matrix) are coming down, it is difficult for them to become accepted materials for aeroengine applications. Thus article...
  • Article - 24 Sep 2001
    Rubber to metal bonding involves three areas, the substrate, the interface and the rubber. The bonding process itself involves several steps including substrate cleaning, application of bonding agents...