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Corabieru A., Velicu S., Zait D., Corabieru P., Vasilescu D. D. . Bimetallic light automotive parts obtained from liquid phas. In WSEAS Press (ed.), Recent Advances in Materials Science- Proceedings of the 1 st WSEAS International Conference on Materials Science , pp. 89-94. WSEAS Press, 2008.

Abstract: Technology for manufacturing light automotive parts (bearings, bearing boxes, spindle, bushings etc.) of bimetallic semiproduct parts obtained from liquid phase,replaces the classical manufacturing options for light automotive single cast parts made of alloyed steel or non-ferrous materials, with a technological version in which phases and operations rely on parts made of different materials in multilayer version, and which can be realized with minimum investments using technological flows existing in companies working in field [1]. The proposed technology can be realized on an automatic line, thus, a strict control of the final product technological parameters and characteristics being achieved. This technology presents opportunities to widen the technical concept in executing light automotive parts and it can be applied to other fields, such as: aeronautics, military technique and shipbuildings.

Keywords: bimetallic light automotive parts.

Posted by Petrica Corabieru

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