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eISBN: 978-1-60805-151-9, 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60805-550-0
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Rapid Solidification Processing of molten metals and alloys has proved to be a reliable route for producing new and advanced materials. The Chill-Block Melt Spin (CBMS) technique is important because its simplicity, flexibility and perfection. High quality materials can be produced with lower costs, as compared to other routes, by refining the microstructure and trapping the nucleated (new) metastable phases. Melt-spun ribbons subsequently produced can then be consolidated to produce billets and sheets that can be used in many industries especially high-tech industries such as aerospace and racing automobiles. This book contains several perspectives about CBMS technology and should be a useful review for undergraduate and post-graduate metallurgy students.
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Chairman and Professor of Metal Physics, IUPAP-C5 Member, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Al-Mansoura, Egypt, Egypt
Usama S. Mohammad
Ph.D. Researcher in Metal Physics and Materials Science, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science in Damietta, Mansoura University, New Damietta City, Egypt, Egypt
Rapid solidification processing by CBMS tech affects the transport phenomena controlling the phase
formation and growth kinetics which lead to the emergence and trapping of new phases in the solid state. These
new amorphous, nanostructures and/or microstructures make the new bulk material to have new physical
properties differing from those prepared by conventional manners. Many new CBMS materials found their way to
the new and advanced applications and replaced also the oldest ones.
Rapid solidification properties, melt spin, metastable amorphous powder consolidation, particle size,
light alloys, quasicrystal application.