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Metallic grain refinement is a large attractive industry due to its superior effectiveness compared to other strengthening mechanisms to enhance materials and meet...
By: Della Anggabrata
Hydrogen embrittlement is the result of the absorption of hydrogen by susceptible metals, resulting in the loss of ductility and reduction of load-bearing capability...
By: Michael Pfeifer | Principal Consultant and Trainer for Industrial Metallurgists, LLC
Carbon fiber reinforced composites (CFRC) are a sort of advanced material used in the aerospace, automobile, marine and sport industries. Their use is growing...
By: Mehdi Yari | Electrochemistry and Corrosion Laboratory at the University of Western Ontario
Casting and alloying of metals are two important manufacturing processes. Casting is performed by pouring molten metal into a mold cavity of some desired shape. The...
By: Dileep Koodalil | Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing
Due to their low carbon content, low carbon steels are neither too ductile nor too brittle. They have low tensile strength and hardness. Because of their low hardness,...
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