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Whereto for physical metallurgy – vision and the role of design

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Metals and alloys have never been more important for the benefit of mankind. But physical metallurgy is a long-established field – what should now be emphasised? In this seminar, the speaker will argue that the underlying physical principles are often established well enough to allow design to become the important paradigm. Alloy design approaches are emphasised particularly for nickel and titanium alloys. Applications in the aerospace, defence and biomedical sectors are given. Moreover, the advent of additive manufacturing allows new types of structures to be proposed with useful properties.

This talk is part of the Engineering - Mechanics and Materials Seminar Series series.

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