High deformation effects on the plasticity of ultra-high carbon steel wires

Elena Brandaleze; Martina Avalos; Mykaylo Romanyuk

Volume 3, Issue 6 , 2018, , Pages 414-418

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2018/930

Abstract
  Steel wires under severe cold drawing deformation, develop high strength (5-6 GPa) and ductility. For these reasons it is relevant to increase the knowledge on the structural evolution and deformation mechanisms involved during wire drawing process, due to their critical applications such as bridges, ...  Read More

Development of environment friendly electrical insulation from natural fibrils

Subhash Nimanpure; S. A. R. Hashmi; Rajnish Kumar; Archana Nigrawal; H.N. Bhargaw; Ajay Naik

Volume 3, Issue 4 , 2018, , Pages 218-229

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2018/805

Abstract
  Environment friendly electrical insulation material was developed using bio based rectangular cross sectioned sisal fibrils as reinforcement. High content cellulose base fibrils fibrillated by mechanical disintegration method into macro and micro fibrils from coarse sisal fibre. This fibrils were randomly ...  Read More

Amalgamation of nano carbon for the advancement of the performance in mechanical properties of the concrete: A cementitious material

Hitesh R. Ashani; Sachin P. Parikh; Jaysukh H. Markna

Volume 2, Issue 11 , 2017, , Pages 711-715

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2017/732

Abstract
  Nanotechnology is considered as one of the active research area of 21st century due to its increasing economic importance and ability to study the material at nano scale to improve its behavior in construction industry. Concrete the second highest consume commodity on the planet after water is highly ...  Read More

Critical assessment of strengthening mechanism of magnesium alloys: Review

Brijesh Prasad; Bhingole P P

Volume 2, Issue 11 , 2017, , Pages 734-744

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2017/859

Abstract
  Magnesium and its alloys have got great attention in recent times due to its potential to replace heaver alloys with equal strengths and lighter in weight, hence become potential materiel automobile, sports, aeronautical and biomaterials applications    This study concentrates and summarizes ...  Read More

Enhanced dynamic mechanical properties of kenaf epoxy composites

Rajnish Kumar; S. A. R. Hashmi; Subhash Nimanpure; Ajay Naik

Volume 2, Issue 11 , 2017, , Pages 749-757

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2017/981

Abstract
  Randomly distributed kenaf fibre with varying length (5-50mm) and weight fractions (25-40%) were used to reinforce epoxy resin to prepare environment friendly composites. Effect of fibre length with constant fibre loading on dynamic mechanical properties was studied and its effect on storage modulus, ...  Read More