This book presents selected contributions to the Symposium of Aeronautical and Aerospace Processes, Materials and Industrial Applications of the XXV International Materials Research Congress (IMRC).
Each chapter addresses scientific principles behind processing and production of materials for aerospace/aeronautical applications. The chapter deals with microstructural characterization including composites materials and metals. The second chapter deals with corrosion in aerospace components is a large and expensive problema for aerospace industry. Finally, the last chapter covers modeling and simulation of different processes to evaluate and optimize the forming process. This book is meant to be useful to academics and professionals.
Prof. Dr. Patricia Zambrano-Robledo is a Senior Research Professor in the Research and Innovation Center in Aeronautical Engineering of Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She is faculty member of the Materials Science Doctorate program and Aeronautical Doctorate Program. Her research areas of interest include the processing and characterization of metal- and ceramic-matrix composites (MMCs and CMCs), as well as of superalloys. She has published around 50 papers in international journals and about 60 articles in international conferences. She is the author or coauthor of about 6 book chapters. Dr. Zambrano Robledo is the organizer of Women in Science in Monterrey NL, and Infant Spring Course. She has led more than 20 linked projects with industries like AIRBUS and MD Helicopters. She is a member of Council Advisory of the Aerospace Industry in Mexico. Currently she is a Research Director of Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon.
Prof. Dr. Armando Salinas-Rodriguez is currently Senior Research Professor and Director of the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico, Saltillo Campus (CINVESTAV-Saltillo). Previously, he held a position as a Research Scientist at the Chalk River Laboratories of AECL Research in Canada. During his carrier he has cultivated a number of research lines, all of them focused on the development of specific microstructures to obtain properties which increase the added value of components fabricated through conventional and novel processing routes. Areas of interest include: structural materials use for the construction of nuclear reactor cores (Zr-alloys); metallic biomaterials used in the manufacture of orthopedic components (Co-based alloys and Ni-Ti shape memory alloys; Zn and Al-Zn-Si coated high formability steels for use in the automotive industry; advanced high strength steels for use in the automotive industry; high permeability, low hysteresis losses electrical steels; phosphate coatings (Mn, Zn, etc.) for use in the automotive and petrochemical industries. His academic and scientific productivity includes, to date, 44 papers published in ISI-indexed scientific journals, 40 papers published in other type of scientific journals, 60 papers published in conference proceedings and 1 patent. In addition he has been co-editor of 6 MRS Symposium Proceeding's books, and has written 2 book chapters.
Prof. Dr. Facundo Almeraya Calderon is scientific researcher in corrosion group, working in areas such as corrosion electrochemistry, monitoring corrosion, materials engineering and failure analysis since 1993, and is technology consultant for Conacyt in Mexico. He has been a NACE member since 1993. He has a B.Sc. in Metallurgy Engineering from UAM, a M.Sc. in Metallurgy from UNAM and a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Advanced Materials Research Center, S.C. México. He has 23 years of experience in corrosion and corrosion control. NACE Mexico Section Vice Chairman 2001-2003. He served as President of the Mexican Society of Electrochemistry from 2013 to 2015.
1. MICROSTRUCTURE AND CHARACTERIZATION
1.1. Microstructural characterization of inconel 718 for future ultrasonic fatigue testing
1.2. Geometry tool influence on the microstructure of MMC Al-SiC friction stir welds
1.3. Development and characterization of a fiber metal laminates based on vinyl ester resin modified with polyurethane and reinforced with fiberglass
1.4. Synthesis and characterization of alpha alumina platelets and acicular mullite in MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 system
1.5. Influence of forging strain and heat treatment on the grain size control for nickel base superalloy C263
1.6. Study of the decomposition of martensite through DSC and the effect on nanomechanical properties in FV535 high Cr martensitic steel
1.7. Design of a device for polymerizing composites with infrared emission
2. CORROSION IN AEROSPACE MATERIALS
2.1. Pre-corrosion attack effect under ultrasonic fatigue resistant in titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V
2.2. Effects of heat treatments in corrosion behavior of HVOF sprayed Ni-based alloy coatings
2.3. Study of susceptibility to stress corrosion cracking of inconel 600
2.4. Corrosion behavior of a austempered ductile iron used in the aeronautical industry, evaluated on acid solutions
2.4. Corrosion resistance of aeronautical YSZ-8 thin films
2.5. Wind tunnel to stress corrosion cracking test
2.6. Passivation of stainless steel in the aeronautics industry
3. AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES
3.1. Torsion fatigue test on the aeronautical aluminum alloys 6061-T6 and 6063-T5
3.2. Performance study of dry friction anti-vibratory mount for avionics components under shock loading
3.3. Structural analysis of sounding rocket fins
3.4. Mechanical behavior of a composite detachable aircraft wing structure
4. AEROSPACE COMPOSITES
4.1. Design and manufacturing of a low cost device to control curing cycles in composite materials
4.2. Modified vinyl ester resins as a suitable option of composite materials for application on wind turbine blades
4.3. Geometry tool influence on microstructure of MMC Al-SiC friction stir welds
4.4. Development of henequen glass fiber epoxy laminate composite to use in unmanned aerial vehicles
4.5. Mechanical properties of polypropylene composites and carbon allotropes
4.6. Development and characterization of a fiber metal laminate based on vinyl ester resin modified with polyurethane and reinforced with fiberglass
4.7. Fabrication of jute fiber-reinforced composite materials by hand lay-up and infusion techniques assisted by vacuum
5. NUMERICAL MODELLING
5.1. Grain size effect during hot ring rolling process using nickel-based superalloy by FEM
5.2. Finite element modelling of friction stir spot welding (FSSW) of Ti-6AL-4V
5.3. Effect of flow pattern on microstructure of disk forging superalloy
5.4. Mathematical simulation of concomitant nitride layers growth in 2-D cylindrical coordinate system