Corrosion behavior of AA5083 produced by high-energy
High energy ball milling (HEBM) or mechanical alloying process can produce homogenous alloys along with grain refinement below 100 nm and extended solid solubility , . Additionally, intermetallics, resulting from the impurities, either dissolve or their size gets extremely refined. Diffusivities of the alloying elements and impurities in ball milled alloys are significantly higherBall Milled Si-W Alloys: Part I. Microstructural and Phase,,30/11/2019· In this first part of a two-part study of the synthesis, microstructure and electrochemical properties of ball milled silicon-tungsten alloys (Si 100-x W x, x = 15, 20, 25, 30), the ball milling process is discussed in detail.The phase evolution was quantitatively followed during milling, allowing for a detailed understanding of the ball milling process.Effects of ball‐milling treatment on mussel (Mytilus,,In this study, the effects of ball‐milling treatment on structural properties and functional properties of mussel protein were investigated. In vitro protein digestibility and free amino acid contents were also evaluated. Ball‐milling treatment did not change the primary structure of mussel protein, but caused changes of secondary structure. The tertiary and quaternary structure also changed.