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Progress on superplasticity and superplastic forming in Taiwan during 1987 ± 1997

  title={Progress on superplasticity and superplastic forming in Taiwan during 1987 ± 1997},
  author={J. C. A. Huanga and T. H. Chuangb},
This paper is to brie ̄y outline the recent research and development activities in the ®eld of superplasticity and SPF/DB applications among academic and industrial community in Taiwan. Academic research activities can be roughly divided into material development and SPF/DB experiments. The material development emphasizes the development of ®ne-grained materials, resulting in high-temperature superplastic 7075/7475 Al-Zn-Mg alloys and low-temperature superplastic 2090/8090 Al-Li alloys, as well… 

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