Johannes Hartmann, André Trepper and Carolin Körner Aluminum Integral Foams with Near-Microcellular Structure Advanced Engineering Materials 13
Near-microcellular aluminum foams with a gradual transition between an integral solid skin and a cellular core are produced by integral foam moulding (IFM) using magnesium hydride powder as blowing agent. There is a direct correlation between amount and size distribution of blowing agent particles and resulting pore size distribution. The use of a high amount of blowing agent particles with narrow size distribution allows the production of fine-cellular and homogeneous foams.
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