Light metal and alloys for biomedical applications and for structural applications
Light weight alloys such as magnesium are attractive metallic materials in biomedical applications due to their properties: density close to that of human bones- are nontoxic- have good strength and ductility- biocompatible- are biodegradable. Their properties can be modified by adding alloying elements and by processing.
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- Nahed El Mahallawy, Mithat Akdesir, Heinz Palkowski “ Effect of 1.5wt% Sn Addition on the Properties of AZ31 Magnesium Alloy” Material science and technology- Materialwissenscaft u Werkstofftechnik , 2017, 48, 519-528. Eigen factor 0.001.
- N. El Mahallawy, R Hammouda, M Shoeib and Alia A Diaa “Effect of solution treatment on the microstructure, tensile properties, and corrosion behavior of the Mg-5Sn-2Zn-0.1 Mn alloy” Materials Research Express 5 (2018) 016511, p.1-7 IF = 1.16 Eigen Factor= 0.002.
- N. El Mahallawy, H. Palkowski, . Klingner, A. Diaa, M. Shoeib “ Effect of 1.0 wt%Zn addition on the microstructure, mechanical properties, and bio-corrosion behaviour of micro alloyed Mg-0.24Sn-).04Mn alloy as biodegradable material” materials Today Communications 24 (2020) IF 2.67 Eigen factor 0.00231 online 15 Feb 2020 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtcomm.2020.100999.
- N. El Mahallawy, Heinz Palkowski, Hans-Georg Breitinger, Anke Klingner, Madiha Shoeib, Alia Diaa, "Microstructure, mechanical properties, cytotoxicity and bio-corrosion of micro alloyed Mg-xSn-0.04Mn alloys for biodegradable orthopedic applications: effect of processing techniques", http//doi.org/10.1557/s43578-021- 00172-y, Journal of Materials Research, (March 2021), 36(7), 1456-1474, March 2021, doi 10.1557/s43578-021-00172-y, IF =2.5.