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R. Ji, M. Galeotti, A. M. Giusti and G. Rovida, Surface Composition of Machined Leaded Brass, Surf, and Interface Anal, 22, (1994) 323-326. 4 Hisashi Imai, Yoshiharu Kosaka, Akimichi Kojima, Shufeng Li, Katsuyoshi Kondoh, Junko Umeda, Haruhiko Atsumi, Characteristics and machinability of lead-free P/M Cu60-Zn40 brass alloys dispersed with graphite, Powder Technol, 198, (2010) 417-421. 5 Ulrika Borggren and Malin Selleby, A Thermodynamic Database for Special Brass, J. of Phase Equilibria, 24, 2 2003.
J. Appl. Ceram. , 6, 41-4 (2009). 21 S. Kirihara, T. Niki and M. Kaneko, Terahertz Wave Behaviors in Ceramic and Metal Structures Fabricated by Spatial Joining of Micro-stereolithography, J. , 65, 12082-1-6 (2009). 22 S. Kirihara, T. Niki and M. Kaneko, Three-dimensional Material Tectonics for Electromagnetic Wave Control by Using Micoro-stereolithography, Ferroelectrics, 387, 102-11 (2009). 23 S. Kirihara, K. Tsutsumi and Y. Miyamoto, Localization Behavior of Microwaves in Three- dimensional Menger Sponge Fractals Fabricated from Metallodielectric Cu/polyester Media, Sci.
939-1315, 1892, Ohta, Tonami, Toyama, Japan 2 ABSTRACT The effect of thermo-mechanical treatment conditions such as solid solutionizing and following hot extrusion on microstructural and mechanical properties of a-B duplex phase Cu-40mass%Zn with a small addition of titanium (Ti) were investigated in the present study. 5mass%Ti cast ingot was pre-heated at 973 K for 15 min in solid solutionizing and immediately extruded to fabriacate a rod specimen with 7 mm in diameter. 51 ^m. 5 um in diameter were also dispersed in both phases.
Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 236 by Tatsuki Ohji, Mrityunjay Singh, Elizabeth Hoffman, Matthew Seabaugh, Gary Yang