ALSI

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AcronymDefinition
ALSIAlps System Integration Co., Ltd. (Japan)
ALSIAluminum Silicon
ALSIAssociazione Nazionale Laureati in Scienze dell'Informazione ed Informatica (Udine, Italy)
ALSIAssociation of the Lebanese Software Industry
ALSIAdvantage Learning Systems, Inc. (stock symbol)
ALSIAlberta Life Sciences Institute (Canada)
ALSIAnalytical Laboratory Services, Inc. (est. 1979; Pennsylvania)
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Loper Jr., "Primary silicon in hypereutectic aluminum silicon casting alloys," AFS Transactions, vol.
Agarwal, "Interface in carbon nanotube reinforced aluminum silicon composites: thermodynamic analysis and experimental verification," Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol.
The new regulators have a single-stage, tied diaphragm design and are made of aluminum silicon bronze to resist corrosion.
New housing materials and methods are under consideration-including housing made of aluminum silicon carbide, metal injection molding, stamping methods and various ceramic materials.
AFS-sponsored research has begun to study and develop a new procedure for aluminum silicon metal refinement for ultra-high strength and fracture toughness.
AlSiC (Aluminum Silicon Carbide) power amplifier substrates are designed for hybrid circuits used in wireless and commercial microwave communications infrastructures.
CPS Corporation has announced its AISiC (Aluminum Silicon Carbide) substrates which are well suited for power supply substrate applications including carrier plates and heat-sink materials for medical equipment power supplies.
The manufacture of aluminum silicon carbide brake rotors for high volume applications via conventional sand casting can be difficult due to the settling of the silicon carbide particles.
The presentation, "Effect of Magnesium, Iron and Copper on Eutectic Solidification of Hypoeutectic Aluminum Silicon Alloys" (02-088), by G.
In addition, the process has been used on aluminum silicon alloys, ductile iron, nickel aluminum bronze alloys, and various steels and X-D composites.