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Title Aerospace materials and material technologies. Volume 2, Aerospace material technologies / N. Eswara Prasad, R.J.H. Wanhill, editors
Published Singapore : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Indian Institute of Metals series
Indian Institute of Metals series.
Contents Foreword by Dr. S. Christopher; Foreword by Dr. G. Satheesh Reddy; Series Editors' Preface; About the Indian Institute of Metals; Genesis and History of the Series; Current Series Information; About This Book; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Processing Technologies; 1 Processing of Aerospace Metals and Alloys: Part 1-Special Melting Technologies; Abstract; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Vacuum Induction Melting (VIM); 1.2.1 Functional Principle; 1.2.2 Melting Process; 1.2.3 Process Benefits; 1.2.4 Post-VIM Processing Technologies
1.2.5 Manufacture of Nickel-Base Superalloy Investment Castings for Aerospace Gas Turbines-A Case Study1.3 Remelting Technologies; 1.3.1 Remelting Processes; 1.3.2 Refining Characteristics; 1.3.3 Solidification Phenomena; 1.4 Solidification Defects: Superalloys; 1.4.1 White Spots; 1.4.2 Freckles; 1.4.3 Ring Patterns: 'Tree Rings'; 1.5 Case Study on Melt Processing of a Selected High-Temperature Material, Inconel 718; 1.6 Titanium and Its Alloys; 1.7 Secondary Metallurgical Processes; 1.8 Indian Scenario; 1.9 Summary; Acknowledgments; References
2 Processing of Aerospace Metals and Alloys: Part 2-Secondary ProcessingAbstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Fundamentals of Metal Forming; 2.3 Bulk Deformation Processes; 2.3.1 Forging; 2.3.2 Rolling; 2.3.3 Extrusion; 2.4 Secondary Processing for Specific Aerospace Materials; 2.4.1 Titanium Alloys; 2.4.2 Superalloys; 2.4.3 Special Steels; 2.5 Recent Advances in Secondary Processing; 2.5.1 Rapid Prototyping Using LENS; 2.5.2 Equal-Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAE); 2.5.3 High-Pressure Torsion (HPT); 2.5.4 Cryomilling; 2.5.5 Vacuum Plasma Spray (VPS) Forming; 2.5.6 Electrodeposition; 2.6 Summary
3.6.5 Deep Drawing3.6.6 Powder Metallurgy Processes; 3.6.7 Incremental Forming; 3.6.8 SPF/Diffusion Bonding of Titanium Alloys; 3.6.9 Superplastic Roll Forming; 3.7 SPF Tooling; 3.8 Techno-economic Considerations; 3.9 Aerospace Applications; 3.9.1 Aluminium Alloys; 3.9.2 Titanium Alloys; 3.10 Additional Remarks; 3.11 Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; 4 Welding Technologies in Aerospace Applications; Abstract; 4.1 Developments in Welding Processes; 4.2 Welding of Aerospace Materials; 4.2.1 Aluminium Alloys; 4.2.2 Titanium Alloys; 4.2.3 Nickel-Base Alloys; 4.2.4 Steels
AcknowledgmentsBibliography; 3 Superplastic Forming of Aerospace Materials; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Phenomenology of Superplasticity; 3.3 A Review of Basic Research on Superplastic Flow; 3.3.1 Metals and Alloys; 3.3.2 Intermetallics; 3.3.3 Ceramics; 3.3.4 Composites; 3.3.5 Bulk Metallic Glasses; 3.3.6 Effect of FSP on Superplastic Forming; 3.4 Conventional/High Temperature Superplasticity; 3.5 Low Temperature/High Strain-Rate Superplasticity; 3.6 Forming Operations; 3.6.1 Bulge Forming; 3.6.2 Pressure Forming; 3.6.3 Sheet Thermoforming; 3.6.4 Blow (Extrusion) Moulding
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 17, 2016)
Subject Airplanes -- Materials.
Space vehicles -- Materials.
Form Electronic book
Author Prasad, N. Eswara, editor
Wanhill, R. J. H., editor
ISBN 9789811021435 (electronic bk.)
9811021430 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Aerospace material technologies