Auflistung Fakultät für Maschinenbau nach Autor/in "Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm"

Auflistung Fakultät für Maschinenbau nach Autor/in "Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm"

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  • Prehm, J.; Xin, L.; Möhwald, Kai; Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm (Kuala Lumpur : The International Society for Science & Religion, 2011)
    This paper deals with the simulation of coating formation in Thermal Spray processes. That means that impingement and flattening of molten metal- or ceramic particles with a diameter of about 50 microns on a rough surface ...
  • Waizy, Hazibullah; Weizbauer, Andreas; Modrejewski, Christian; Witte, Frank; Windhagen, Henning; Lucas, Arne; Kieke, Marc D.K.; Denkena, Berend; Behrens, Peter; Meyer-Lindenberg, Andrea; Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm; Thorey, Fritz (London : BioMed Central Ltd., 2012)
    Background: In recent years magnesium alloys have been intensively investigated as potential resorbable materials with appropriate mechanical and corrosion properties. Particularly in orthopedic research magnesium is ...
  • Klose, Christian; Demminger, Christian; Mroz, Gregor; Reimche, Wilfried; Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm; Maier, Hans Jürgen; Kerber, Kai (Basel : Mdpi Ag, 2013-01)
    In this study, magnesium is alloyed with varying amounts of the ferromagnetic alloying element cobalt in order to obtain lightweight load-sensitive materials with sensory properties which allow an online-monitoring of ...
  • Hufenbach, Werner; Adam, Frank; Heber, Thomas; Weckend, Nico; Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm; Hassel, Thomas; Zaremba, David (Basel : MDPI AG, 2011)
    Material adapted repair technologies for fiber-reinforced polymers with thermosetting matrix systems are currently characterized by requiring major efforts for repair preparation and accomplishment in all industrial areas ...
  • Nürnberger, Florian; Schaper, Marco; Bach, Friedrich-Wilhelm; Mozgova, Iryna; Kuznetsov, Konstjantyn; Halikova, Anna; Perederieieva, Olga (New York, NY : Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2009)
    Quenching and tempering of precision forged components using their forging heat leads to reduced process energy and shortens the usual process chains. To design such a process, neither the isothermal transformation diagrams ...

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