Superplasticity in Advanced Materials - ICSAM 2009

Volume 433

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.433

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Authors: Terence G. Langdon

Abstract: The origin of true laboratory-scale superplasticity may be traced to a publication appearing seventy-five years ago in 1934. This overview...

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Authors: A.J. Barnes, M.J. Stowell, Roger Grimes, D.B. Laycock, B.M. Watts

Abstract: Prior to 1969 the pioneering work carried out by Backofen and Fields in the USA and Johnson and Hundy in the UK demonstrated the 'promise'...

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Authors: Richard Curtis, R. Omar, J. Bahra, M. Ditta, A. Chotai, Lucy DiSilvio

Abstract: Steinemann, 1998 [1] reported an observation made several decades earlier in 1951, by Leventhal [2] in which ‘bone reaction was studied by...

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Authors: Bill Swale, Mauro Pizzingrilli, E. McCullagh

Abstract: When Superplastic Forming (SPF) was offered as a production process in the mid 70’s, it became the panacea of all processes for sheet metal...

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Authors: Larry D. Hefti

Abstract: In the past, engine aft fairing heat shields have typically been titanium castings. With a current single aisle airplane, these components...

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Authors: Ho Sung Lee, Jong Hoon Yoon, Yeong Moo Yi

Abstract: Titanium alloys have been widely used in aeronautics and aerospace industries due to their high strength, good corrosion resistance and low...

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Authors: Alan Jocelyn, Allan Keevil, Jerome Way, Terry Flower, Alexander Fanourakis, Mike Ackerman, Aravinda Kar

Abstract: Superplastic forming (SPF) has traditionally relied on hot platen presses and furnaces as the principal heat sources to raise materials to...

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Authors: Vincent Velay, Gérard Bernhart, A. Martinier, Jean Yves Moraux

Abstract: Superplastic forming of titanium alloy sheets requests long time operating conditions in the range of 900-950°C. Moreover, in a classical...

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