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Natural Gas Consumption Reducing in Aluminum Melting Furnaces by Heat Recovery of Flue

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Prosthetic Elements Made of the Ti-13Zr-13Nb Alloy by Selective Laser Melting
First optimization of the process parameters

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Molecular dynamics simulation of aluminium melting

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Structure, Texture and Tensile Properties of Ti6Al4V Produced by Selective Laser Melting

. Micro-structure and mechanical properties of Ti-6Al-4V produced by electron beam melting of pre-alloyed powders, Rapid Prototyping Journal, 15(3), 171-178, DOI: 10.1108/13552540910960262. Gil, F.J., Ginebra, M.P., Manero, J.M., Planell. J.A., 2001. Formation of alpha-Widmanstatten structure: effects of grain size and cooling rate on the Widmanstatten morphologies and on the mechanical properties in Ti6Al4V alloy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 329 (1-2), 142-152, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/S0925-8388(01)01571-7. Hollander, D.A., M. von Walter, M., Wirtz, T

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An Unsteady Flow and Melting Heat Transfer of a Nanofluid Over a Stretching Sheet Embedded in a Porous Medium

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Rapid Detection of Human Torque Teno Viruses Using High-Resolution Melting Analysis

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Melting Heat Transfer and MHD Boundary Layer Flow of Eyring-Powell Nanofluid Over a Nonlinear Stretching Sheet with Slip

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Properties of Surface Layers of Titanium Alloy TI6AL4V After Laser Melting Processes

Properties of Surface Layers of Titanium Alloy TI6AL4V After Laser Melting Processes

The article presents the investigation results of titanium alloy Ti6Al4V surface layer after laser melting process. The process of laser melting was performed using Nd-YAG laser. The evaluation of structure of the alloy as well as hardness and chemical composition was performed. It was shown that laser melting changes the structure and properties of titanium alloy Ti6Al4V and process parameters as scanning speed affects the thickness of zones in top layer of the material. Due to the laser melting process more wear resistive surface can be obtained that increases the wear and corrosion resistance of orthopeadic prosthesis.

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Genotyping of GATA4 Gene Variant (G296S) in Malaysian Congenital Heart Disease Subjects by Real-Time PCR High Resolution Melting Analysis

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The Design Technique of Melting Units for Production of Synthetic Fibrous Materials by Vertical Blowing Method

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This paper presents the technology of production of synthetic fibrous materials from PET-row by vertical blowing method. The formation of fibers from the melt of thermoplastics by vertical blowing method is accompanied by complex and specific phenomena, so creation of new progressive technologies, high-performance machines and units for producing such materials is impossible without process modeling, which can significantly reduce the number of natural tests, cost and development time and choose optimal operating modes. The motion of the molten material in the melting unit of the hydrostatic type is determined from the Poiseuille formula. Also in the article proved that the greatest impact on process productivity is made by the melting unit, exactly by outlet radius and the pressure change of compressed air, acting on the molten material surface. The increase in the height of the molten material column in the main cylindrical chamber of melting unit also leads to increase of process productivity.

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