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  • Article - 16 Aug 2012
    Aluminum bronze alloys are copper alloys containing 5-12% aluminum. Some copper alloys also contain manganese, nickel, silicon and iron. The aluminum bronze alloys have a protective, adherent and hard...
  • Article - 16 Aug 2012
    Aluminium bronze is an alloy, which consist of about 6% of nickel and iron, and 9 to 12% of aluminium. It has a golden color. UNS C62400 copper alloys have high corrosion resistance, good strength,...
  • Article - 16 Aug 2012
    Aluminium bronze is an alloy consisting of about 6% of nickel and iron and 9 to 12% of aluminium. It has high wear and corrosion resistance, and high strength. UNS C62300 copper alloys have good...
  • Article - 16 Aug 2012
    The aluminium bronze- copper alloy UNS C61300 has excellent formability. The alumina film present in UNS C61300 offers strength and corrosion resistance. The UNS C61300 finds applications in...
  • Article - 1 Aug 2012
    The UNS C64200 aluminium bronze is a copper alloy with a combination of 5 – 12%. In addition to aluminium, iron, nickel, manganese and silicon in cast and wrought form are present in the alloy.
  • Article - 1 Aug 2012
    Aluminium bronzes are alloys of copper with a composition of 5 to 12% of aluminum. Aluminium bronzes contain nickel, silicon, manganese, and iron as well. They are present in wrought and cast form.
  • Article - 31 Jul 2012
    The UNS C62300 aluminium nickel bronze has high corrosion and acid resistance. It is available in the form of rod and flat products.
  • Article - 24 Aug 2008
    Austral Wright Metals has introduced two new generation grades of ferritic stainless steel. These are 'new generation' ferritic grades, with extra low carbon and fully stabilised, so don't suffer the...
  • Article - 18 Apr 2006
    This introductory paper describes the current state of R&D in materials science and engineering in Indonesia. The paper reviews the industries that produce materials, as well as industries that...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2001
    In 1817, German chemist Friedrich Strohmeyer discovered cadmium from an impurity of zinc carbonate (ZnCO3). Cadmium derives from the Latin term ‘cadmia’ and the Greek word ‘kadmeia’, which are ancient...