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Materials - Special types of Materials | Porous Metals with Directional Pores

Porous Metals with Directional Pores

Nakajima, Hideo

2013, XII, 284 p. 244 illus., 43 illus. in color.

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  • New attractive fabrication techniques are developed using simple solidification of molten metals dissolving gas
  • Various features of lotus-type porous metals are resulted from pore anisotropy and cylindrical pores, which never appear in isotropic porous metals
  • Various applications are considered from utilizing unique mechanical and physical properties

This book reviews the recent development of fabrication methods and various properties of lotus-type porous metals and their applications. The nucleation and growth mechanism of the directional pores in metals are discussed in comparison with a model experiment of carbon dioxide pores in ice. Three casting techniques are introduced to produce not only metals and alloys but also intermetallic compounds, semiconductors, and ceramics: mold casting, continuous zone melting, and continuous casting. The latter has merits for mass production of lotus metals to control porosity, pore size and pore direction. Furthermore, anisotropic behavior of elastic, mechanical properties, thermal and electrical conductivity, magnetic properties, and biocompatibility are introduced as peculiar features of lotus metals.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Porous metals - application - foamed metals - hydrogen - mechanical property - nitrogen - porosity - solidification - sound absorption - vibration-damping

Related subjects » Characterization & Evaluation of Materials - Engineering - Special types of Materials

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