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Sosro Subroto, T.A. (author)
Direct-chill (DC) casting is one of the most common methods to produce ingots of high-strength aluminum alloys such as an AA7050. Despite of its superior mechanical properties, this alloy is prone to both hot tearing (HT) and cold cracking (CC) during DC casting. HT form above the solidus while CC occurs below the solidus temperature. CC...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Santillana, M.B. (author)
Nowadays a vast majority of the steel produced worldwide is via the continuous casting process route because this is the most low-cost, efficient and high quality method to mass produce metal products in a variety of sizes and shapes. Most of the continuous casters are the initial manufacturing step of a product which is very close to the final...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Zhang, L. (author)
The research in ultrasonic processing for metallurgical application shows a promising influence on improving casting properties of aluminium alloys. The principle of ultrasonic processing is introduction of acoustic waves with a frequency higher than 17 kHz into liquid metal. Several promising beneficial effects caused by ultrasonic processing...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Atamanenko, T.V. (author)
This thesis deals with grain refinement under the influence of ultrasonic-driven cavitation in aluminium casting processes. Three major goals of this research were: (1) to identify the mechanism of the cavitation-aided grain refinement at different stages of solidification; (2) to reveal the conditions of the stable grain refinement effect in...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Ruvalcaba Jimenez, D.G. (author)
This Thesis demonstrates studies on microstructure development during the solidification of aluminium alloys. New insights of structure development are presented here. Experimental techniques such as quenching and in-situ High-brilliance X-ray microscopy were utilized to study the microstructure evolution during solidification.
doctoral thesis 2009
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