Nanocomposites are made up of many phases, each of which is less than 100 nm in size. Ceramic-Matrix Nanocomposites, Metal-Matrix Nanocomposites, and Polymer Matrix Nanocomposites are the three main categories of nanocomposites. For the production of MMNCs, a number of synthesis methods, including stir casting, powder metalworking, CVD, and PVD, have been suggested.
The automotive and aerospace industries are where metal matrix nanocomposites are most commonly used. Corrosion is one of the qualities that is crucial for estimating the lifespan of any nanocomposite material. A brief overview of corrosion and its management utilizing nanocomposites has been covered in this chapter. It is anticipated that this chapter will give readers a better understanding of nanocomposite materials in preparation for their expanded use in industrial applications.
Two of the most important parts of designing new sophisticated construction and vehicle components for the automobile industry are the manufacturing of contemporary lightweight and durable components and the creation of creative models. Due to the requirement to reduce vehicle weight, which has a substantial impact on fuel efficiency and emissions, composite goods have become more and more prevalent in the automotive sector in recent years.
This enables the production of better and more effective materials. Modern materials with remarkable mechanical, tribological, and corrosion resistant qualities belong to the category of metal nanocomposites.
Higher output volumes, enhanced mechanical and environmental strength, decreased weight in the automotive industry, increased wear resistance, and consequently fewer CO2 emissions and pollution are all benefits of using metal nanocomposites in the production of vehicle parts.
The Global Metal Matrix Nanocomposite Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
3M launched Metal Matrix Nanocomposite by Advanced Metal Matrix Composite. Testing was done using ASTM B311. Samples of both materials’ regular production runs were taken. Similar performance criteria were represented by the samples examined. Every sample went through the same set of testing procedures. Over the course of the test, the water absorption of the Boral composite samples varied between 1.6% weight and 2.2% weight. No weight% gain was observed in the 3M AMMC. During the test, the weight accuracy was 0.001 g.
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