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Lecture

Continuous production of magnesium wire by twin-roll casting

Wednesday (08.11.2017)
11:40 - 12:00
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Magnesium as a lightweight material has been come to the fore since automotive and aircraft sectors ask for weight-savings in cars, airplanes and their components. Until now, the production of magnesium is not efficient regarding energy and costs. An opportunity for energy-saving production of magnesium sheets is twin-roll casting of magnesium strips and the hot rolling technology. By reducing production steps, twin-roll casting is also cost-efficient. Further products like wire, rods and bars are manufactured by extrusion which is not very efficient with regard to high quanitities and product length. A new economic processing route for magnesium wire has been developed at the Institute of Metal Forming in Freiberg. Adapting twin-roll casting, an industry-related plant will be built up and tested for magnesium wire.

Speaker:
Marie Teuber
TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Additional Authors:
  • Dr. Madlen Ullmann
    Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Prof. Dr. Rudolf Kawalla
    Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg

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Short Paper 2017-09-19_Short_Paper_LightMAT_MTeuber_v01 This is the short paper for the abstract "Continuous Production of Magnesium Wire by Twin-Roll Casting". 327 KB Download