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BCAST is an academic research centre focusing on both fundamental and applied research on advanced solidification processes for metallic materials. Within Brunel University, BCAST is a self-financing special research institute (SRI). Together with 3 other SRIs, BCAST forms an important part of Brunel University’s new research initiative. BCAST is striving for international excellence on both fundamental and applied research on solidification of metallic materials. BCAST sees itself as a reliable source of both new knowledge and new solidification technologies for the metallurgical industry. It’s internationally leading position will be demonstrated in the following 3 areas: Dynamic study of structures of liquid metals and alloys Theory of solidification (including nucleation and crystal growth) under intensive forced convection New solidification processing technologies

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2013Effect of iron on the microstructure and mechanical property of Al-Mg-Si-Mn and Al-Mg-Si diecast alloysJi, S; Yang, W; Gao, F; Watson, D; Fan, Z
2012Effects of lattice mismatch on interfacial structures of liquid and solidified Al in contact with hetero-phase substrates: MD simulationsMen, H; Fan, Z
2012Development of a super ductile diecast Al-Mg-Si alloyWatson, D; Fan, Z; White, M
2013Stress corrosion cracking in Al-Zn-Mg-Cu aluminum alloys in saline environmentsScamans, GM
2009Solidification behavior and microstructural evolution of near-eutectic Zn-Al alloys under intensive shearJi, S; Fan, Z
2013Solidification behaviour of magnesium alloysFan, Z; Jiang, Bo
2008Macrosegregation in direct-chill casting of aluminium alloysNadella, R; Eskin, DG; Du, Q; Katgerman, L
2008Effect of different grain structures on centerline macrosegregation during direct-chill castingEskin, DG; Nadella, R; Katgerman, L
2011Cold cracking in DC-cast high strength aluminum alloy ingots: An intrinsic problem intensified by casting process parametersLalpoor, M; Eskin, DG; Ruvalcaba, D; Fjaer, HG; Ten Cate, A, et al
2011Development of Niobium Boron grain retainer for aluminium silicon alloysNadendla, H B; Nowak, Magdalena
2010Criteria of grain refinement induced by ultrasonic melt treatment of aluminum alloys containing Zr and TiAtamanenko, TV; Eskin, DG; Zhang, L; Katgerman, L
2013New approaches to casting hypereutectic Al-Si alloys to achieve simultaneous refinement of primary silicon and modification of eutectic siliconFan, Z; Stone, I; Al-Helal, Kawther
2011Spin anisotropy of the magnetic excitations in the normal and superconducting states of optimally doped YBaCuO studied by polarized neutron spectroscopyHeadings, NS; Hayden, SM; Kulda, J; Babu, NH; Cardwell, DA
2011Reconstruction of 2D Al Ti on TiB in an aluminium meltQin, T; Fan, Z
2012Continuous twin screw rheo-extrusion of an AZ91D magnesium alloyXia, M; Huang, Y; Cassinath, Z; Fan, Z
2013Relationship between solidification microstructure and hot cracking susceptibility for continuous casting of low-carbon and high-strength low-alloyed steels: A phase-field studyBöttger, B; Apel, M; Santillana, B; Eskin, DG
2012Microstructural evolution under low shear rates during Rheo processing of LM25 alloySatya, SJ; Kumar, V; Barekar, NS; Biswas, K; Dhindaw, BK
2013Microstructural evolution and solidification behavior of Al-Mg-Si alloy in high-pressure die castingJi, S; Wang, Y; Watson, D; Fan, Z
2012Influence of melt feeding scheme and casting parameters during direct-chill casting on microstructure of an AA7050 billetZhang, L; Subroto, T; Katgerman, L; Eskin, DG; Miroux, A
2013Influence of grain-refiner addition on the morphology of fe-bearing intermetallics in a semi-solid processed Al-Mg-Si alloySmith, T; O'Reilly, K; Kumar, S; Stone, I
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