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|Title:||Processing and characterization of monolithic and reinforced materials fabricated using a cost effective disintegrated melt deposition technique|
|Source:||Ganesh, V.V.,Gupta, M. (2000). Processing and characterization of monolithic and reinforced materials fabricated using a cost effective disintegrated melt deposition technique. International SAMPE Symposium and Exhibition (Proceedings) 45 : I/-. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Innovations in processing methodology to synthesize materials is of paramount importance to enhance our capabilities to tailor the microstructure capable of withstanding the increasingly stringent service requirements faced by the modern devices in engineering applications. In this study, one such technique commonly known as disintegrated melt deposition processing is described for the synthesis of monolithic (pure metal as well as alloys), composites, and functionally gradient materials. In addition, the feasibility of this technique to recycle magnesium and aluminum based composites is also asserted. Particular emphasis is placed to illustrate its simplicity, low-cost methodology, industrial adaptability and capability to synthesize near net shapes.|
|Source Title:||International SAMPE Symposium and Exhibition (Proceedings)|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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