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International Trade Fair for Die Casting: Technology, Processes, Products

18 - 20 January 2022 // Nuremberg, Germany

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Materials for Tomorrow: Flame Resistant Magnesium Alloys

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Materials for Tomorrow: Flame Resistant Magnesium Alloys

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The LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen focuses on the development of high-quality light metal alloys for future industrial applications. In a research project at LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen, scientists have succeeded in developing flame-retardant magnesium alloys which self-extinguish in the event of a fire. This improved fire-resistance was achieved through the selective addition of alloy elements which significantly stabilise the materials oxidation behaviour when subject to fire: We are primarily investigating calcium alloys because calcium is cost-efficient and readily available. We can also add extra rare earth elements into the alloy to positively influence other material properties and to optimise the alloy for a particular application, explains AIT Scientist Stefan Gneiger. Magnesium is in great demand in lightweight construction as a means of reducing weight and emissions in the mobility sector.

https://www.ait.ac.at/en/research-topics/casting-technologies/projects/flame-resistant-magnesium-alloys/

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