An Australian researcher says he is developing new surface-modification methods that will enable the replacement of steel parts with lighter metal components in next-generation, fuel-efficient vehicles. Ming-xing Zhang of the The University of Queensland’s School of Engineering says until now, lighter alloys, in particular magnesium alloys, have been problematic for wider applications in the automotive and aeronautical industries due to their softness and poor corrosion resistance. ...
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