The roles of Mn and Ni additions to Fe-contaminated Al in neutralizing Fe and stabilizing the cellular alpha-Al microstructure

The roles of Mn and Ni additions to Fe-contaminated Al in neutralizing Fe and stabilizing the cellular alpha-Al microstructure

Ricardo Oliveira, Rafael Kakitani, Lucas R. Ramos, Danilo L. Goncalves, Amauri Garcia, Noe Cheung

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Agradecimentos: The authors are grateful to the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior - Brasil (CAPES) and Student Support Service of UNICAMP (SAE) for their financial support

The development of new Al-based alloys has included the addition of transition alloying elements in order to produce phases that are stable at high temperatures. Elements such as Mn, Cr, and V, can lead to supersaturated solid solutions in Al, and elements with low solubility and formers of eutectic...

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The roles of Mn and Ni additions to Fe-contaminated Al in neutralizing Fe and stabilizing the cellular alpha-Al microstructure

Ricardo Oliveira, Rafael Kakitani, Lucas R. Ramos, Danilo L. Goncalves, Amauri Garcia, Noe Cheung


										

The roles of Mn and Ni additions to Fe-contaminated Al in neutralizing Fe and stabilizing the cellular alpha-Al microstructure

Ricardo Oliveira, Rafael Kakitani, Lucas R. Ramos, Danilo L. Goncalves, Amauri Garcia, Noe Cheung

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    Journal of sustainable metallurgy

    Vol. 5, no. 4 (Oct., 2019), p. 561-580