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ID: MA1E0015
Start date: 1987-11-01, End date: 1990-10-31
The use of laser beams has recently been developed for surface cladding with the addition of alloying elements. However, the coating obtained may have some defects, such as porosity, shrinkage, and cracks due to fast cooling, which can be extremely damaging for the application...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 6500
Last updated on: 1992-05-05
ID: MA1E0079
Start date: 1989-06-01, End date: 1993-05-31
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 4598
Last updated on: 1992-09-03
The main objectives of the project consist of the assessment of new surface treatment processes based on ion implantation and chemical polishing, to improve the mechanical and corrosion properties of titanium alloys and to realise new, long lasting and biocompatible prostheses...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 448
Last updated on: 1994-09-09
The research covered the development of silver free electrical contacts for low voltage circuit breakers and minimisation of production costs of electrical contacts by increasing the effectiveness of composites which could replace silver in low voltage circuit breakers. There...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 3114
Last updated on: 1996-10-03
Copper-nickel/graphite composites are potential substitutes for silver based materials used in low voltage circuit breakers. The microstructure versus properties relationships in composties containing a dispersion of graphite particles were thoroughly investigated. New composi...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 5780
Last updated on: 1996-10-03
The aim of the project is to investigate advanced aluminium matrix composites, obtained via the prepeg route, for applications in aerospace structures (carbon/aluminium) and heat engines (silicon carbide/aluminium). The programme has 4 steps: prepeg processing; characterisatio...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 415
Last updated on: 1996-10-09
Research was carried out to develop new light aluminium alloys for application at elevated temperatures (300-350 C) in the automotive industry. Classical wrought, and precipitation hardened, aluminium based alloys lose their strength at about 150 C and do not fulfil requiremen...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 3112
Last updated on: 1996-10-23
Preliminary experiments indicated that although silicon carbide growth rates at low temperatures and with known parameters were understood, the chemical processes involved at higher temperatures did not meet expectations. The chemical vapour infiltration (CVI) of straight cyli...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 2763
Last updated on: 1996-10-03
Amorphous silica coatings, produced by plasma assisted chemical vapour deposition (PACVD), laser chemical vapour deposition (LCVD) and laser fusion, were deposited on various metallic materials and then exposed in air and simulated coal gasification atmospheres (CGA) for perio...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 5788
Last updated on: 1996-09-25
ID: MA1E0013
Start date: 1988-02-01, End date: 1990-07-31
The objective of this work is the comparison of the properties of aluminium alloys produced by two different routes. The alloys are Al-Fe base or Al-Fe-X plus ceramics types designed for high strength at low to medium temperatures. The first route, mechanical alloying, has bee...
Programme: FP1-EURAM
Record Number: 6434
Last updated on: 1992-04-28
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