Experimental Approach for the Studies on Carbon Nano-tubes with Reinforced Aluminium-based Metal Matrix Composites - Part I (Ball Milling Process with Coating Process)
In this paper, some of the experimental approaches for the studies on carbon nano-tubes with reinforced aluminum based metal matrix composites - Part I is being presented. Experiments are being conducted and the results are obtained w.r.t. some of the material properties. The results show the efficiency of the methodology that is being presented by us in the form of experimental results. Here, we have presented the corrosion part of the experimental results.
How to cite this article: Preethi K, Raju NT. Experimental Approach for the Studies on Carbon Nano-Tubes with Reinforced Aluminum Based Metal Matrix Composites - Part I (Ball Milling Process with Coating Process). J Adv Res Nanosci Nanotech 2021; 3(2): 1-6.
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