A super-strong material comparable to high-strength steel that may change manufacturing processes for the automotive and aerospace industries has been created at Purdue University in Indiana. A team led by Xinghang Zhang, a professor in Purdue’s School of Materials Engineering, created high-strength aluminum alloy coatings. Zhang says demand for such materials is increasing because of their advantages for automakers and aerospace industries. “We have created a very durable and ...

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