The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metallurgy, Magnesium alloy, Alloy, Corrosion and Magnesium. Within one scientific family, Karl Ulrich Kainer focuses on topics pertaining to Chemical engineering under Metallurgy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Coating. In his work, Deformation is strongly intertwined with Ductility, which is a subfield of Magnesium alloy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Thermal analysis, Work, Thermochemistry and Phase formation in addition to Alloy. His research integrates issues of Magnesium ion, Scanning electron microscope and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in his study of Corrosion. His Magnesium research incorporates elements of Construction engineering, Porosity, Mechanical property and Anisotropy.
His main research concerns Metallurgy, Microstructure, Magnesium, Alloy and Magnesium alloy. His Microstructure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Annealing and Acoustic emission. The Magnesium study combines topics in areas such as Die casting, Formability and Casting.
His research investigates the connection between Alloy and topics such as Casting that intersect with problems in Tearing. His Magnesium alloy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crystal twinning, Coating, Stress and Deformation. His Corrosion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical engineering and Scanning electron microscope.
Metallurgy, Alloy, Microstructure, Composite material and Magnesium are his primary areas of study. His work in Metallurgy addresses issues such as Tearing, which are connected to fields such as Structural material. When carried out as part of a general Alloy research project, his work on Intermetallic and Solidus is frequently linked to work in Plasma electrolytic oxidation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Microstructure research incorporates themes from Ultimate tensile strength and Casting. Particularly relevant to Mg alloys is his body of work in Magnesium. His study looks at the intersection of Chemical engineering and topics like Coating with Nano- and Porosity.
His primary scientific interests are in Alloy, Microstructure, Metallurgy, Plasma electrolytic oxidation and Coating. The subject of his Alloy research is within the realm of Composite material. His Microstructure study which covers Zirconium that intersects with Creep, Titanium, Powder metallurgy, Titanium aluminide and Transverse plane.
His Metallurgy study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Tearing. The concepts of his Coating study are interwoven with issues in Porosity and Nano-. Magnesium alloy is a subfield of Magnesium that he tackles.
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Antibacterial biodegradable Mg-Ag alloys
D Tie;F Feyerabend;W D Müller;R Schade.
European Cells & Materials (2013)
Plasma electrolytic oxidation coatings on Mg alloy with addition of SiO2 particles
Xiaopeng Lu;Carsten Blawert;Yuanding Huang;Henry Ovri.
Electrochimica Acta (2016)
Fundamentals of magnesium alloy metallurgy
Mihriban O. Pekguleryuz;Karl U. Kainer;A. Arslan Kaya.
The role of anions in the formation and corrosion resistance of the plasma electrolytic oxidation coatings
A. Ghasemi;V.S. Raja;C. Blawert;W. Dietzel.
Surface & Coatings Technology (2010)
Characterisation of stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of Mg-Al alloys
N. Winzer;A. Atrens;A. Atrens;W. Dietzel;V.S. Raja.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2008)
Microstructural Investigations of the Mg‐Sn‐xCa System
N. Hort;Y. Huang;T. Abu Leil;P. Maier.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2006)
Tensile properties of hot rolled AZ31 Mg alloy sheets at elevated temperatures
A. Jäger;P. Lukáč;V. Gärtnerová;J. Bohlen.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2004)
Leichtbau in der Fahrzeugtechnik
Hajo Dieringa;Klaus Drechsler;Uwe Eggers;Simone Ehrenberger.
Corrosion of an extruded magnesium alloy ZK60 component—The role of microstructural features
Rongchang Zeng;Karl Ulrich Kainer;Carsten Blawert;Wolfgang Dietzel.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2011)
Anisotropic properties of magnesium sheet AZ31
F. Kaiser;Dietmar Letzig;Jan Bohlen;A. Styczynski.
Materials Science Forum (2003)
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