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Title: Effects of high energy ball milling on synthesis and characteristics of Ti-Mg alloys
Authors: Chikwanda, HK
Maweja, K
Keywords: Ball milling
Mechanical alloying
Green density
Titanium Alloy
Magnesium alloys
Issue Date: Jan-2008
Citation: Chikwanda, HK and Maweja, K. 2008. Effects of high energy ball milling on synthesis and characteristics of Ti-Mg alloys. Advanced Processing for Novel Functional Materials, APNFM 2008: International Congress Centre, Dresden, Germany, 23-25 January, pp 10.
Abstract: The synthesis of Ti-Mg alloys using mechanical alloying method has been investigated. Effects of the mechanical alloying parameters on the resultant microstructural features have been studied. This work presents the effects of milling speed and milling time on green-compacts density of mechanically alloyed Ti-Mg alloy powders. Ti and Mg have been mechanically alloyed and an average green density of 75% was achieved after compaction
Description: Advanced Processing for Novel Functional Materials, APNFM 2008: International Congress Centre, Dresden, Germany, 23-25 January 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3207
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