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Amorphous and nanocrystalline metals

symposium held December 1-4, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

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Published by Materials Research Society in Warrendale, Pennsylvania .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metallic glasses -- Congresses.,
  • Amorphous substances -- Congresses.,
  • Nanostructured materials -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors: Ralf Busch ... [et al.].
    SeriesMaterials Research Society symposium proceedings ;, v. 806, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 806.
    ContributionsBusch, Ralf, 1963-, Materials Research Society, Materials Research Society. Meeting, Symposium on Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Metals (2003 : Boston, Mass.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN693.M4 A455 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 416 p. :
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3379928M
    ISBN 10155899744X
    LC Control Number2004541238
    OCLC/WorldCa54859448

    Local spectroscopy together with the possibility to vary the tip-sample spacing enables the separation of those two contributions to a FMRFM spectrum. Not all alloys can be obtained in an amorphous state. Thus, during heating of the ferromagnetic Fe27Ni63P14B6 amorphous alloy, there was an increase in the Curie temperature [ 38 ]. One modern amorphous metal, known as Vitreloyhas a tensile strength that is almost twice that of high-grade titanium.

    Rinaldi et al. Hasegawa, N. Electrodeposited copper 3. Zerin and Mukherjee observed bimodal distribution of sliding offset length on each CGBS event, which indicates breaking up of large sliding grain block into small grain blocks by secondary CGBS operation. The properties of metallic glasses are highly dependent on the prehistory of the samples and their chemical composition. Superior soft magnetic properties additionally require a low magnetostriction which is realized for amorphous Co-based alloys and, more recently, for nanocrystalline Fe-base alloys but at a significantly higher saturation induction and better thermal stability.

    The mechanical properties of amorphous alloys have aroused great interest from the moment when the metallic glasses were first obtained as a ribbon, and it was possible to carry out systematic research. A number of studies suggest that this relationship may be more complicated [ 9697 ], but the overall trend has been maintained in different systems. Download preview PDF. Thus, the sample size effect on electrodeposited nanocrystalline Ni was not expected. Reports on size effect of nanocrystalline materials are very limited and still controversial.


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Amorphous and nanocrystalline metals Download PDF Ebook

Si with the DO[sub 3] structure. As a result, narrow shear bands formed, the orientation Amorphous and nanocrystalline metals book the shear bands is close to the orientation of the maximum shear stress [ 8384 ].

Shear bands and slip steps were observed for a number of amorphous alloys. The discovery and development of the materials with new physical properties, in turn, lead Amorphous and nanocrystalline metals book the creation of new instruments and devices. Concentration of impurities in deposited film Amorphous and nanocrystalline metals book of carbon in electrodeposition has been reported by Chung and Tsai in supercritical CO2 deposition [ 44 ] and Yamachika et al.

It has a high wear resistance and does not produce abrasion powder. With the application of large-scale ship and electric propulsion, the transformer of ship electrical system has great changes. Another feature of plastic deformation of amorphous alloys is the increase in the concentration of free volume in the shear bands, that is, increase in the average distance between the atoms.

It is interesting to note that the occurrence of Amorphous and nanocrystalline metals book may be related to the composition of the amorphous phase [ 56 ].

Relaxation processes were widely studied [ 73 — 81 ]. This suggestion about driving force is supported by many researchers [ 6264 ]. Hall-Petch plot representing 0.

At high stresses and relatively low temperatures, deformation occurs heterogeneously and it is much localized. A primary goal of this research is to connect the microscopic structure of materials with the resulting mechanical properties including their elastic and plastic responses.

In this simulation of nanoindentation of an amorphous metal the material develops shear bands, shown in yellow, within which almost all of the plastic slip is accommodated.

It is seen that subsequent to heat treatment the diffuse maximum is a superposition of two maxima. Formation of a nanocrystalline structure from homogeneous and heterogeneous amorphous phase is studied. Amorphous alloys are prepared by cooling the melt at about million degrees per second.

One common example is silica, which can be made into common glass or can crystallize into one of several phases of quartz. With the temperature decrease the viscosity increases and the diffusion slows down, that is why at room temperature the solidified structure has the same atomic arrangement as it is in the melt prior to cooling.

No clear relationships were found between deformation morphology and stress-strain behavior. Engineering stress-strain curves for micro-compression of a single crystal Ni pillar and b nanocrystalline Ni pillars with different pillar sizes. When heated, the amorphous phase relaxes to an equilibrium state.

Jang observed a transition of deformation mechanisms from dislocation-mediated to grain-boundary-mediated, while grain-boundary-mediated deformation supposedly dominated in the present work.

Combination of the nanobeam diffraction experimental method with ab initio molecular dynamics simulation allows obtaining and developing new knowledge about amorphous structure [ 3536 ]. This contradiction can be explained based on the deformation mechanisms. Cross-sectional orientation maps obtained from EBSD analysis on Cu film deposited without additives are shown in Figure 17 [ 35 ].

Resonance lines are also found that are present throughout the sample. After annealing, the samples were amorphous. Thus, during heating of the ferromagnetic Fe27Ni63P14B6 amorphous alloy, there was an increase in the Curie temperature [ 38 ].

The scaling exponent of 0. With PLD it is possible to prepare samples with reasonable homogeneity as observed with x-ray diffraction and Rutherford backscattering. Alben, R. Sequences of pillar fabrication are illustrated in Figure 11 with corresponding scanning ion microscope SIM images.M.Y.

Gutkin, in Nanostructured Metals and Alloys, Introduction. Outstanding mechanical properties of nanocrystalline metals (NCMs) have attracted much attention since the end of the s when first NCMs had been fabricated and studied.

In particular, it became at once clear that the behavior of defects and mechanisms of plastic deformation in NCMs and conventional polycrystalline. Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Tape-Wound-Cores Alloys for Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Tape-wound Cores Amorphous Metals (VITROVAC ®) are produced with a special rapid solidification technology with cooling rates of about one Million Kelvin per second directly in one step in form of thin tapes (typical thickness about 0,02 mm).

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If the ship focuses on the improvement of efficiency, amorphous nanocrystalline material is a good choice.M.Y. Gutkin, in Download pdf Metals and Alloys, Introduction. Outstanding mechanical properties of nanocrystalline metals (NCMs) have attracted much attention since the end of the s when first NCMs had been fabricated and studied.

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