Stainless steels reinforced with intermetallics useful against corrosion and wear

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Show simple item record Torralba Castello, José Manuel 2008-04-17T07:48:19Z 2008-04-17T07:48:19Z 2008-04-16
dc.description.abstract Powder Technology Research Group has developed an innovative family of composite materials is presented. Metallic matrix are austenitic and ferritic stainless steels, and as reinforcements, intermetallics, have been used in quantities from 1% to 15% (vol.). These materials combine excellent properties against corrosion and wear, so they become very useful for structural applications, in areas like aerospace and automotive. The research group is trying to find companies in order to establish license agreements and/or collaborative projects for the technology development and validation. The companies profile sectors would be the manufacturers of materials, components or structures for aerospace and automotive areas.
dc.description.sponsorship Contrato Programa de Comercialización e Internacionalización. Sistema Regional de Investigación Científica e Innovación Tecnológica. (Comunidad de Madrid; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartofseries OO UC3M 05
dc.subject.other Mixing (powder, etc.), separation (sorting, filtering)
dc.subject.other Iron and Steel, Steelworks
dc.subject.other Metals and Alloys
dc.subject.other Properties of materials, Corrosion/Degradation
dc.title Stainless steels reinforced with intermetallics useful against corrosion and wear
dc.type report
dc.subject.eciencia Materiales
dc.subject.ofertatecnologica Nuevos materiales y nanotecnologías
dc.rights.accessRights openAccess
dc.contributor.departamento Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering. Powder Technology Group
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