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Buchbeiträge:

S. Terzi, R. Daudin, J. Villanova, P. Srirangam, P. Lhuissier, L. Salvo, E. Boller, R. Schweins, P. Lindner, J. Blandin, P. Lee, H. Lemmel:
"X-Ray Tomography and Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Characterization of Nano-Composites: Static and In Situ Experiments";
in: "Light Metals 2014", J. Grandfield (Hrg.); John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2014, ISBN: 978-1-11888-908-4, S. 1389 - 1393.



Kurzfassung englisch:
To meet the future EU challenges of lightweighting and pollution
reduction, especially relevant in transportation, it is necessary to
develop innovative materials and processing techniques. The
addition of reinforcing nanoparticles coupled with melt treatment
by external fields (electromagnetic or ultrasonic) was identified as
a promising route to improve light alloys properties. The purpose
of this study is to present combined results obtained from small-
angle neutron scattering and X-ray tomography on Aluminium
(6082) and Magnesium (AZ91) nano-composites in static
conditions with different reinforcements. We will discuss the
morphology, size, and spatial distribution of particles as well as
their influence on the solidification microstructure. We will also
present some in situ experiments using X-ray tomography and
Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) carried out to investigate
the influence of ultrasonic vibration on the agglomeration and
deagglomeration of particles.

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