Solid-state synthesis of magnesium base alloys

Tatsuhiko Aizawa

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Abstract

Magnesium alloys are expected to be used for light-weighed structural members or parts and to improve their functionality per a unit weight. Since conventional processing are often inadequate or incompatible to synthesis and microstructure control, solid-state synthesis is proposed as a promising methodology for magnesium alloy design, and developed on the route of the bulk mechanical alloying. Among various magnesium alloys, Mg-Ni system is employed here to demonstrate the validity and effectiveness of the present solid-state synthesis via bulk mechanical alloying. Single-phase Mg 2Ni is successfully synthesized by the present method. In addition, both chemical modification by the third element addition and formation of non-equilibrium Mg 2Ni phases are performed in the present solid-state synthesis, aiming for further advancement of original functionality for Mg 2Ni alloys.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaterials Science Forum
PublisherTrans Tech Publ
Pages299-310
Number of pages12
Volume350
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1st Nagaoka International Workshop on Magnesium Platform Science and Technology 2000 - Nagaoka, Jpn
Duration: 2000 Jul 272000 Jul 29

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OtherProceedings of the 1st Nagaoka International Workshop on Magnesium Platform Science and Technology 2000
CityNagaoka, Jpn
Period00/7/2700/7/29

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Magnesium
Magnesium alloys
Mechanical alloying
Structural members
Chemical modification
Microstructure
Processing

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Aizawa, T. (2000). Solid-state synthesis of magnesium base alloys. In Materials Science Forum (Vol. 350, pp. 299-310). Trans Tech Publ.

Solid-state synthesis of magnesium base alloys. / Aizawa, Tatsuhiko.

Materials Science Forum. Vol. 350 Trans Tech Publ, 2000. p. 299-310.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Aizawa, T 2000, Solid-state synthesis of magnesium base alloys. in Materials Science Forum. vol. 350, Trans Tech Publ, pp. 299-310, Proceedings of the 1st Nagaoka International Workshop on Magnesium Platform Science and Technology 2000, Nagaoka, Jpn, 00/7/27.
Aizawa T. Solid-state synthesis of magnesium base alloys. In Materials Science Forum. Vol. 350. Trans Tech Publ. 2000. p. 299-310
Aizawa, Tatsuhiko. / Solid-state synthesis of magnesium base alloys. Materials Science Forum. Vol. 350 Trans Tech Publ, 2000. pp. 299-310
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