1 edition of Developments in the structural chemistry of alloy phases found in the catalog.
Developments in the structural chemistry of alloy phases
|Series||Metallurgical Society of AIME -- 1969|
|Contributions||Giessen, B. C,, Metallurgical Society of AIME. Institute of Metals Division. Alloy Phases Committee|
|LC Classifications||TN690 D45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Alloys can be simply classified in terms of their atomic arrangements. In cases where the two elements being mixed to make the alloy have similar atom sizes, atoms of the second element can simply take the place of atoms of the first element in the structure. These types of alloys are called substitution alloys. ALLOY PHASE DIAGRAMS are useful to metallurgists, materials engineers, and materials scientists in four major areas: (1) development of new alloys for specific applications, (2) fabrica- tion of these alloys into useful configurations, (3) design and control of heat treatment procedures for specific alloys that will produce the required.
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Developments in the Structural Chemistry of Alloy Phases Based on a symposium sponsored by the Committee on Alloy Phases of the Institute of Metals Division, the Metallurgical Society, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Cleveland, Ohio, October, Developments in the structural chemistry of alloy phases.
New York, Plenum Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Developments in the structural chemistry of alloy phases. New York, Plenum Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B C Giessen; Metallurgical.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Developments in the structural chemistry of alloy phases. New York, Plenum Press, Dwight A.E.
() Alloy Chemistry of Thorium, Uranium, and Plutonium Compounds. In: Giessen B.C. (eds) Developments in the Structural Chemistry of Alloy Phases. Springer, Boston, MACited by: 5. JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY 4, () Structure and Alloy Chemistry of Metastable GeSb B.
GIESSEN AND C. BORROMEE-GAUTIER Solid State Chemistry Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts Received September 2, In the simple eutectic Ge-Sb system, a metastable phase GeSb with a tetragonally distorted NaCl-Bl type structure Cited by: Historical developments in the understanding of alloy phases.
Authors; Authors and affiliations; The Structure of Metals and Alloys (London: The Inst. of Metals, 1st ed. ; 4th ed). Developments in the Structural Chemistry of Alloy Phases, ed. B.C. Giessen (New York: TMS, Plenum Press, ). Samson, S. in Developments in Structural Chemistry of Alloy Phases, 65 (ed.
Giessen, B. C.)(Plenum, New York ). Google Scholar Download references. One of the first structurally complex alloy phases whose structure was solved is the Bergman phase Mg 32 (Al,Zn) Its Pearson symbol cI (space group Im 3 ̄) indicates atomic positions inside the unit cell with lattice parameter nm.
Fig. 1 depicts a schematic ball model illustrating the construction principle of the unit cell. The basic element is the Bergman cluster. An interatomic potential for Al-Tb alloy around the composition of Al90Tb10 was developed using the deep neural network (DNN) learning method.
The atomic configurations and the corresponding total potential energies and forces on each atom obtained from ab initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) simulations are col.
Abstract. The electron pairing theory 1–3 combined with the postulate that the simple, most common metallic structures are controlled by one, two or three outer electrons, as proposed by the author, 4 enables the metallurgist to understand and predict phase formation in many alloy systems on an empirical basis.
Brewer 5,6 has used this approach to make extensive surveys of transition metal. The structures of metastable Tl-Sn alloys prepared by rapid quenching (splat cooling) to —°C have been investigated.
Over a large part of the total composition range single phase alloys were obtained. Four new metastable phases with relatively simple, elementlike structures were found: α1 (tetragonal), ω (hexagonal), γ (hexagonal), and γ1 (not determined in detail); α1 represents.
FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF STRUCTURAL ALLOY DESIGN is the proceedings of the tenth Battelle Colloquium in the Materials Sciences, held in Seattle, Washington, and Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., SeptemberThe theme of the conference was the emerging science of alloy. TCP phases were found in annealed conditions of the commercial nickel-based superalloy Plus.
The crystal structure and chemistry of TCP phases was found to be consistent with σ and C14 Laves phase. Both phases are enriched in Cr, Co, Fe, Ni and Mo with slightly higher levels of Cr in σ and additional Nb enrichment only in the C14 Laves.
Ti–Al Alloys. The beta phase can be introduced to TiAl alloys by the addition of β stabilizing elements such as Cr, Nb, W, and Mo. The β phase has BCC lattice structure and is softer than α 2 and γ phases in TiAl alloys at elevated temperatures and hence is thought to have a detrimental effect on creep strength .
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Solidification of γ alloy compositions can occur through the L+β or the L+α phase field, with the lamellar structure forming as a consequence of subsequent solid state reactions. The prototype Ti–48Al–2Cr–2Nb alloy solidifies through the L+β phase field and recent trends in alloy development have tended to focus on leaner Al compositions.
Using molecular dynamics simulations, we studied the structural properties of orthorhombic, monoclinic, and body-centered tetragonal (bct) phases of U–Mo alloys. A sequence of shear transformations between metastable phases takes place upon doping of uranium with molybdenum from pure α -U: orthorhombic α ′ → monoclinic α ″ → bct γ 0 → body-centered cubic.
This paper presents the possibility of using a modified-pulse method (MPM) determining the temperature characteristics of thermal diffusivity in order to identify phase transformations in metals.
The experiment and attempt of phase identification were conducted for the Fe65Ni35 alloy in the 20– °C temperature range during both sample heating and cooling. We present recent developments in the field of austenitic steels with up to 18% reduced mass density. The alloys are based on the Fe-Mn-Al-C system.
Here, two steel types are addressed. The first one is a class of low-density twinning-induced plasticity or single phase austenitic TWIP (SIMPLEX) steels with 25–30 wt.% Mn and. A superalloy, or high-performance alloy, is an alloy with the ability to operate at a high fraction of its melting point.
Several key characteristics of a superalloy are excellent mechanical strength, resistance to thermal creep deformation, good surface stability, and resistance to corrosion or oxidation.
The crystal structure is typically face-centered cubic (FCC) austenitic. This book focuses on the role of modeling in the design of alloys and intermetallic compounds. It includes an introduction to the most important and most used modeling techniques, such as CALPHAD and ab-initio methods, as well as a section devoted to the latest developments in applications of alloys.
The book emphasizes the correlation between modeling and technological developments .The history of chemistry represents a time span from ancient history to the present.
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The structure, microhardness, corrosion properties and tribological properties of Ni-Mo-ZrO2 composites with different content of molybdenum and ZrO2 have also been examined.
Structural characterization was performed using X-ray diffraction (XRD) .