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  • Tlotleng, Monnamme; Olakanmi, E; Pityana, S; Shukla, M; Akinlabi, E; Burger, H; Meacock, C; Doyoyo, M (2012-10)
    This study demonstrates the potential of a newly designed, assembled and commissioned laser assisted cold spraying (LACS) technology at the National Laser Centre, Pretoria, South Africa, to deposit Al-12wt%Si coatings on ...
  • Govender, G; Ivanchev, L; Hope, D; Burger, H; Kunene, G (2007-07)
    Aluminium alloys are used extensively in the automotive and aerospace industries. The development semi-solid forming as manufacturing process has offered the opportunity to HPDC cast complex, near net shape, high volume, ...
  • Govender, G; Ivanchev, L; Burger, H; Mulaba, A; Chikwanda, H (Scientific Research Publishing, 2012-04)
    Particle reinforced aluminium alloy metal matrix composites (MMC) have proven to be one of the advanced materials capable of replacing conventional structural alloys. However, the demand for such materials has been confined ...
  • Van Rooyen, C; Burger, H; Theron, M; Doubell, P (CSIR, 2010-09)
    Laser cladding crack repair of austenitic stainless steel vessels subjected to internal water pressure was evaluated. The purpose of this investigation was to develop process parameters for in-situ repair of through-wall ...
  • Kazadi, P; Van Rooyen, C; Burger, H (2006-03)
    Laser refurbishment capabilities were demonstrated and promising results were obtained for repair of distance sleeves, foot rolls, descaler cassette, idler rolls. Based on the cost projections and the results of the in-situ ...
  • Van Rooyen, C; Burger, H; Theron, M (2009-06)
    Laser cladding crack repair of austenitic stainless steel vessels subjected to internal water pressure was evaluated. The purpose of this investigation was to develop process parameters for in-situ repair of through-wall ...
  • Kumar, A; Roy, SK; Burger, H; Majumdar, JD (2014)
    The present study concerns an in-depth investigation of the influence of laser surface cladding of Ti-6Al-4V on the microstructure (both the top surface, cross-section and interface), wear resistance, corrosion resistance ...