Development in Light Metals

Volume 188

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.188

Development in Light Metals

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The light metals (aluminum, magnesium and titanium) are important for many applications, but are most critical for transportation where weight savings results in a plethora of benefits including reduced fuel consumption, higher speed and longer range, improved performance/handleability, etc. This applies whether we are dealing with automobiles, airplanes, space vehicles, bicycles or even submarines – witness the titanium alpha class submarine in “Hunt for Red October”.

Keywords:
The present volumes presents recent advances in the areas of titanium alloys, aluminum alloys and composites and magnesium alloys and, therefore, is a “must” for all collections with an interest in light metals.

Info:

ISBN-13:
978-0-87849-863-5
Editors:
F.H. Froes and E. Evangelista
Pages:
162
Year:
2000

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