Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Magnesium Alloys - Design, Processing and Properties

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Frank Czerwinski
Frank Czerwinski

Natural Resources Canada,
Canada

Published14 January 2011

Doi10.5772/560

ISBN978-953-307-520-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4527-1

Copyright year2011

Number of pages540

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1. Hardening and Softening in Magnesium Alloys

By Zuzanka Trojanova and Pavel Lukac

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2. Deformation Structures and Recrystallization in Magnesium Alloys

By Étienne Martin, Raj K. Mishra and John J. Jonas

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4. Thermo-Physical Properties of Iron-Magnesium Alloys

By Krisztina Kádas, Hualei Zhang, Borje Johansson, Levente Vitos and Rajeev Ahuja

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6. Evaluation Method for Mean Stress Effect on Fatigue Limit of Non-Combustible Mg Alloy

By Kazunori Morishige, Yuna Maeda, Shigeru Hamada and Hiroshi Noguchi

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14. Magnesium Sheet; Challenges and Opportunities

By Faramarz Zarandi and Stephen Yue

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15. Contemporary Forming Methods of the Structure and Properties of Cast Magnesium Alloys

By Leszek A. Dobrzański, Tomasz Tański, Szymon Malara, Mariusz Król and Justyna Domagała-dubiel

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23. Magnesium Alloys Based Composites

By Zoltán Száraz, Peter Palček, Mária Chalupová and Zuzanka Trojanova

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