A comparison of the Spark-Plasma Sintering (SPS) results of two types of aluminium oxide nanopowders generated through conductor explosion and plasma synthesis. The qualities of the resulting compacts are notably different in mechanical properties and microstructure when the parameters of
A universal empirical formula for determining bulk modulus (B) and microhardness (H) was discovered using electronegativity and main quantum number of II-VI, III-V semiconductors. The following are the values of constant C1, which appears in the formulation of bulk modulus,
Ti-6Al-4V has a high specific strength, toughness, and corrosion resistance, but it has a high friction coefficient, severe adhesive wear, and fretting wear sensitivity. One of the surface modification techniques used to improve on these flaws is laser surface cladding.