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Creation of high-strength structures and joints by setting up local material properties; v.2.

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Creation of high-strength structures and joints by setting up local material properties; v.2.

Ed. by Heinz Palkowski and Kai-Michael Rudolph.

Trans Tech Publications

2010

458 pages

$276.00

Paperback

Advanced materials research; v.137

TA647

A second volume presents more results from a research project of the same name that began in 2006 in Germany. It sought to develop materials and manufacturing processes for high strength structures with gradually and locally engineered properties, by exploiting material-physical and/or geometric effects. Among the topics are using the aging effect to change the local properties of structure components, laser bead-on-plate welding and overlap seams for increasing the strength and rigidity of high strength steel, developing combined manufacturing technologies for high-strength structural components, fatigue life calculations concepts for structures with locally modified properties, and acoustic measurements to proof high-strength structures and joints.

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