Particle Reinforced Magnesium Alloys
Particle reinfored MMC’s are interesting in application in arduous enviroments. Advantages of these composites are increased modulus, strength, high temperature properties and wear restistance. The thermal expansion is reduced. In this paper the microstructures and properties of composites with different particle additions, eg Sic, TiB2, Ti(C,N), AlN and Al2O3-platelets produced by powder metallurgy techniques are dicussed.
KeywordsWear Resistance Magnesium Alloy Particle Reinforcement Cylinder Liner Particle Addition
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