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Mechanical Metallurgy (»Add to Infobox)

Materials Science and Engineering
School of Industrial Engineering and Management
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology



Characterisation of ceramic materials in Uganda for manufacture of electrical porcelain insulators

Improved tolerances and mechanical properties of round bars of SiMn-spring steel with interstand cooling

Inner structure, defects, deformation and temperature distributions in stainless steel, during ultra high-speed wire-rod rolling


Productivity modelling of hot rolling at SSAB tunnplåt

Robustness in hot-rolling of high-speed steel


Characterisation of high temperature ceramic materials in Uganda

Characterisation of wear and improvement of materials in hip joint prostheses

Material models based on microstructure for simulating hot-forming processes

Mechanical properties of extremely fine-grained materials and nanocrystalline alloys

Plastic deformation and material properties of stainless steel wire

Powder processing - modelling of compaction

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Professor Stefan Jonsson (Research Leader / Mechanical Metallurgy)
Joseph Byaruhanga
Fredrik Carnsjö
Malin Dalborg
Göran Engberg
Conny Eriksson
Mirjana Filipovic
Lars Hansson
Karin Jacobson
Anneli Jedenmalm
John Baptist Kirabira
Jonas Lagergren
Linda Lissel
Kristina Nordén
Henrik Olivecrona
Alicia Olsson
Mikael Olsson
Peter Olupot
Stanislav Riljak
Tatu Räsänen
Björn Sjögren
André Stark
Lars Weidenhielm
Matilda Tehler


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