High-temperature ordered intermetallic alloys VI

6th symposium held November 28 - December 1, 1994, Boston MA in Pittsburgh, PA

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Statementeditors Joe Horton ...[et al.]. Part 2.
SeriesMaterials Research Society symposium proceedings -- 364
ContributionsHorton, Joe., Materials Research Society.
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The clad materials with the Ni foil interlayer only formed the Mg 2 Ni intermetallic compound with a µm thickness on the Mg–Ni interface, which was smaller than that of the intermetallic compounds (Al 12 Mg 17 of µm and Al 3 Mg 2 of µm) formed on the Al–Mg interface without the interlayer. The bonding strength of the. Publications. Research. P. Gouma, and S. Simon, “Electrospun Biocomposite Nanofibers for Biosensing”, in Chemical Sensors VI: Chemical and Biological Sensors , and M.J. Mills, “Precipitation and Creep Strengthening Mechanisms in K5 Series g-TiAl Alloys”, in High Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys VIII, MRS Symp. Proc. Nonlocal First-Principles Calculations in Cu-Au and Other Intermetallic Alloys. Physical Review Letters, Vol. , Issue. 7, Cornucopia of Nanoscale Ordered Phases in Sphere-Forming Tetrablock Terpolymers. ACS Nano, Vol. 10, Issue. 5, p. 22 - Ceramic structures II: high-temperature superconductors pp Export citation; 23 Author: Marc De Graef, Michael E. McHenry. Structural analysis of the high-temperature Fe 2 Al 5 phase With an interest in the weakly ordered channels of Fe 2 Al 5, we synthesized samples of its high-temperature form for structural analysis. Single crystals were picked from the crushed reaction mixture for X-ray diffraction by: 1.

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Zener peak from high temperature side in Fe-Al-Cr alloys was observed by TDIF [81] and FDIF [86] tests (see §II.4). b) Frequency dependent internal friction (FDIF). The three important intermetallic alloy groups that have possible high-temperature applications are γ−TiAl alloys having compositions within 49–66 at% Al, α 2 alloys that contain from 22 at% to approximately 35 at% Al, and two-phase (γ-TiAl + α 2-Ti 3 Al) alloys containing Al concentration between 35 and 49 at%.Cited by: 1.

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Materials Research Society. Abstract. Ordered intermetallic compounds have been investigated very intensively in the recent years since a variety of their properties make them superior in high temperature applications over the commonly used disordered by: 6.

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Some intermetallic or metalloid compounds may also be obtained by high-temperature electrolysis of. Abstract. Titanium forms three intermetallic compounds with aluminum. They are Ti 3 AI, TiAl and Al 3 Ti with crystal structures of the DO 19, L1 0 and D0 22 types, respectively.

They are superlattice structures based on geometrically close-packed h.c.p. and f.c.c. by: 5. High-Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys VI Book 2 Part Set: Volume - MRS Proceedings (Hardback) Ian Baker £ Hardback. The attractive physical and mechanical properties of ordered intermetallic alloys have been recognized since early in this century.

However, periodic attempts to develop intermetallics for structural applications were unsuc­ cessful, due in major part to the twin handicaps of inadequate low-temper­ ature ductility or toughness, together with poor elevated-temperature creep strength.

M.L. Weaver, V. Levit, M.J. Kaufman and R.D. Noebe, "The Effects of Interstitial Content and Annealing on the Flow and Fracture Behavior of Polycrystalline b-NiAl," in High Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys VI, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, v.pagesMaterials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA ().

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Microstructure and mechanical properties of the L1 2 /L2 1 two-phase alloys in the quaternary Co-Al-Ni-Ti system. In High-Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys VI. Symposium, Vol. 2, Proceedings of the High-Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys by: 2.

Nearly papers presented at the meeting held in San Diego in September are reproduced here. They cover a wide range of related topics such as the bonding characteristic and alloying behaviour of TiA1 intermetallic compounds and the cleavage fracture of ordered intermetallic alloys.

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Mater. Eng. Perf. 2(4), in High Temperature Ordered Intermetallics V, proceedings of symposium held at Boston,Author: P.T. Carlson. Transition metal (TM)—aluminide intermetallics including TiAl, NiAl, FeAl and Fe 3 Al have unique properties, e.g., high melting points, enhanced oxidation resistance, relatively low density, and can be used as soft magnetic materials [1,2,3,4,5,6,7].Early TM-aluminides have fcc-based crystal structure in contrast to the bcc-based crystal structure of late transition metal by:.

ductility of Fe-Al based intermetallic alloys in moisture-containing atmospheres [21 24] (Figure 3). Figure 1. Heats of formation for transition-metal aluminides (with equiatomic composition). Square and circle symbols are experimental and theoretical values, respectively.

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It is recognized that there is a strong correlation between the point defects and various properties. For example, the mechanical properties (hardness) could sfully related to retained vacancy.