The effect of porosity on the microstructure and mechanical properties of die cast Mg alloys
High pressure die casting (HPDC) is the dominant process for the production of magnesium components with complex configuration having typically thin to medium wall thickness.
The effect of heat treatment conditions on the mechanical properties of sand cast alloy MRI 202S
Vehicle weight reduction is a key factor to meet stringent requirements for environment conservation, and this can best be achieved by the use of magnesium alloys that are the lightest structural materials.
Recycling Technology guidelines of MRI die casting Alloys
Creep-resistant HPDC alloys MRI153M and MRI230D are designated to replace HPDC aluminum alloys in the production of different automotive and non-automotive components.
New Mg Alloys for transmission parts
Magnesium alloys have the lowest density of all commercial alloys and this makes them attractive for the automotive industry.
Metallurgical Background To The Development Of Creep Resistant Alloys
Magnesium alloys, being the lightest structural metallic materials, are very attractive in automotive and aerospace industries.
High Performance HPDC Alloys as Replacements for A380 Aluminum Alloy
One of the most direct methods of improving fuel economy and reducing CO2 emissions is automotive light weighting. Currently the automotive industry is searching for lightweight materials for powertrain parts which are subjected to both high temperature and dynamic loads.
Effect of HPDC Parameters on the Performance of Creep Resistant Alloys MRI153M and MRI230D
The growing demand for the use of magnesium alloys in the production of automotive powertrain components led to the development of creep resistant diecasting alloys MRI153M and MRI230D.
Design Guidelines for Components Die Cast in Creep-Resistant Magnesium Alloys MRI153M and MRI230D
Magnesium high pressure die casting alloys MRI 153M and MRI 230D offer attractive properties at elevated temperatures up to 150°C and 190°C, respectively.
Applications of MagOxide method for cleaniness evaluation of Mg alloys
A new method named “MagOxide” aiming at evaluating the MgO and Al-Mn-Fe intermetallics in magnesium alloys was developed by DSM’s Research Division. The newly developed method is based on wet chemistry procedure and is compatible with the Fast Neutron Activation analysis (FNAA) technique. The method was successfully implemented on a variety of primary and recycled Mg alloys. The present paper aims at presenting the systematic correlation results obtained by FNAA and “MagOxide”…
Advanced gravity casting Mg Alloys for the aircraft industry
Selection of structural materials for aircraft applications is dictated by a number of factors including mechanical, corrosion and physical properties (particularly density) as well as availability and cost. Magnesium alloys being the lightest of all of the commonly used structural metals can be considered as one of very attractive candidates.