Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Magnesium Alloys Structure and Properties

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Academic Editor

Tomasz Arkadiusz Tański

Silesian University of Technology

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Pawel Jarka

Silesian University of Technology

PublishedMarch 23rd, 2022

ISBN978-1-83962-467-4

Print ISBN978-1-83962-458-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83962-468-1

Copyright year2022

Number of pages206

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1. Effect of ECAE Die Angle on Microstructure Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Behavior of AZ80/91 Magnesium Alloys

By Gajanan Manjunath Naik, Sachin Bandadka, Manjaiah Mallaiah, Ravindra Ishwar Badiger and Narendranath Sannayellappa

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2. Magnesium Containing High Entropy Alloys

By Prince Sharma, Nushrat Naushin, Sahil Rohila and Abhishek Tiwari

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4. Amorphous and Crystalline Magnesium Alloys for Biomedical Applications

By Katarzyna Cesarz-Andraczke, Aneta Kania, Katarzyna Młynarek and Rafał Babilas

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5. Mg-Based Composites for Biomedical Applications

By Moara Marques de Castro, Débora Ribeiro Lopes and Leonardo Viana Dias

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7. Synthesis of Nano-Composites Mg2TiO4 Powders via Mechanical Alloying Method and Characterization

By Ranjan Kumar Bhuyan, Bhagban Kisan, Santosh Kumar Parida, Soumya Patra and Sunil Kumar

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8. Magnesium Metal Matrix Composites and Their Applications

By Aqeel Abbas, Veeramanikandan Rajagopal and Song-Jeng Huang

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