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Intergrative and Inerdisciplinary Aspects of Intermetallics: Volume 842

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The overarching theme of this book is the critical importance of microstructure and defects on the physical and mechanical properties of ordered intermetallics. These compounds have great promise for a variety of diverse and important applications such as high-temperature structural materials, 'smart' shape memory alloys, hydrogen storage media, thermoelectric power sources, and magnetic applications. The integrative aspects of this topic are highlighted to encourage a common platform for the presentation of ...
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Overview

The overarching theme of this book is the critical importance of microstructure and defects on the physical and mechanical properties of ordered intermetallics. These compounds have great promise for a variety of diverse and important applications such as high-temperature structural materials, 'smart' shape memory alloys, hydrogen storage media, thermoelectric power sources, and magnetic applications. The integrative aspects of this topic are highlighted to encourage a common platform for the presentation of intermetallics research that may have very different technological backgrounds and objectives, yet in all cases require a sound understanding of the elementary processes that govern structural and functional properties - from the atomistic through microstructural scales. The book brings together researchers from around the world and underscores the tremendous progress in the field. Topics include iron aluminides, nickel aluminides, titanium aluminides, silicides, functional intermetallics (for shape memory, thermoelectric, magnetic and hydrogen storage applications) and more generic modeling of intermetallic compounds.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781107409057
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 6/5/2014
  • Series: MRS Proceedings
  • Pages: 574
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.18 (d)

Table of Contents

Strengthening of iron aluminide alloys for high-temperature applications 3
Effect of alloying elements (Ga, Ge, Si) on pseudoelasticity in Fe[subscript 3]Al single crystals 15
Pseudoelasticity of D0[subscript 3] ordered monocrystalline Fe[subscript 3]Al 21
Development of high temperature creep resistance in Fe-Al alloys 27
Microstructure and mechanical properties of Fe-Ni-Mn-Al alloys 35
Thermomechanical treatment of a Fe[subscript 3]Al alloy 41
Optimization of precipitation for the development of improved wrought Fe[subscript 3]Al-based alloys 47
Effect of excess vacancies on antiphase domain growth in Fe[subscript 3]Al 53
Microstructure, mechanical properties and wear resistance of Fe-Al based alloys with various alloying elements 59
Microstructures and mechanical properties of NiAl-Mo composites 67
Microstructure and thermo-mechanical behavior of NiAl coatings 73
Quantitative analysis of [gamma] precipitates in cyclically deformed Ni[subscript 3](Al,Ti) single crystals using magnetic technique 79
Microstructures in cold-rolled Ni[subscript 3]Al single crystals 85
Crystal structure, phase stability and plastic deformation behavior of Ti-rich Ni[subscript 3](Ti,Nb) single crystals with various long-period ordered structures 91
Effect of Fe alloying on the vacancy formation in Ni[subscript 3]Al 97
An electron microscope study of mechanical twinning in a precipitation-hardened TiAl alloy 103
Increase in [gamma]/[alpha][subscript 2] lamellar boundary density and its effect on creep resistance of TiAl alloy 109
Effect of long-term aging and creep exposure on the microstructure of TiAl-based alloy for industrial applications 115
Creep behavior and microstructural stability of Ti-46Al-9Nb with different microstructures 121
Internal friction of a high-Nb gamma-TiAl-based alloy with different microstructures 127
Investigation of the structure and properties of hypereutectic Ti-based bulk alloys 133
TEM characterization of Fatigue tested lamellar Ti-44Al-8Nb-1B 139
On the effects of interstitial elements on microstructure and properties of ternary and quaternary TiAl based alloys 145
The correlation of slip between adjacent lamellae in TiAl 151
A study of the deformation behavior of lamellar [gamma]-TiAl by numeric modeling 157
Effect of B addition on thermal stability of lamellar structure in Ti-47Al-2Cr-2Nb alloys 163
Compressive creep behavior in coarse grained polycrystals of Ti[subscript 3]Al and its dependence on binary alloy compositions 169
Micro fracture toughness testing of TiAl based alloys with a fully lamellar structure 175
High-temperature environmental embrittlement of thermomechanically processed TiAl-based intermetallic alloys with various kinds of microstructures 181
Experimental studies and thermodynamic simulation of phase transformations in [gamma]-TiAl based alloys 187
Massive transformation in high Niobium containing TiAl-alloys 193
The creep behaviors of two fine-grained XD TiAl alloys produced by similar heat treatments 199
Creep of TiAl alloys at 750[degrees]C under moderate stress 205
Abnormal deformation behavior in polysynthetically-twinned TiAl crystals with A and N orientations - an AFM study 211
Rationalization of the plastic flow behavior of polysynthetically-twinned (PST) TiAl crystals based on slip mode observation using AFM and Schmid's law 217
Texture development during hot extrusion of a gamma titanium aluminide alloy 223
Fatigue testing of microsized samples of [gamma]-TiAl based material 229
Microstructure-property relationships of two Ti[subscript 2]AlNb-based intermetallic alloys : Ti-15Al-33Nb(at.%) and Ti-21Al-29Nb(at.%) 235
Phase transformation in orthorhombic Ti[subscript 2]AlNb alloys under severe deformation 241
Impact properties of hot-worked gamma alloys with BCC [beta]-Ti phase 247
Effects of long-period superstructures on plastic properties in Al-rich TiAl single crystals 253
TEM analysis of long-period superstructures in TiAl single crystal with composition gradient 259
Influence of micro-alloying on oxidation behavior of TiAl 265
The effects of substitutional additions on tensile behavior of Nb-silicide based composites 273
Effect of microstructure and Zr addition on the crystallographic orientation relationships among phases related to the eutectoid decomposition of Nb[subscript 3]Si in near eutectic Nb-Si alloy 279
Microstructures of LENS deposited Nb-Si alloys 285
Microstructures and mechanical properties in Ni[subscript 3]Si-Ni[subscript 3]Ti-Ni[subscript 3]Nb-based multi-intermetallic alloys 291
Experimental investigation and thermodynamic modeling of phase equilibria in the Hf-Ti-Si system 297
Role of microstructure in promoting fracture and fatigue resistance in Mo-Si-B alloys 303
A bond-order potential incorporating analytic screening functions for the molybdenum silicides 309
High temperature oxidation behavior of Al added Mo/Mo[subscript 5]SiB[subscript 2] in situ composites 315
Nucleation of (Mo) precipitates on dislocations during annealing of a Mo-rich Mo[subscript 5]SiB[subscript 2] phase 321
Advanced TEM investigations on Ni-Ti shape memory material : strain and concentration gradients surrounding Ni[subscript 4]Ti[subscript 3] precipitates 329
Sub-nano and nano-structures of hydrides of LaNi[subscript 5] and its related intermetallics 339
Transformation behavior of TiNiPt thin films fabricated using melt spinning technique 347
Factors for controlling Martensitic transformation temperature of TiNi shape memory alloy by addition of ternary elements 353
Shape memory effect through L1[subscript 0]-fcc order-disorder transition 359
Effect of heat treatment conditions on multistage Martensitic transformation in aged Ni-rich Ti-Ni alloys 365
Application of the CSL model to deformation twin boundary in B2 type TiNi compound 371
Coarsening behavior and coercivity in L1[subscript 0]-ordered intermetallic Fe-Pd ferromagnets with equiaxed grain morphology 377
Comparison of temperature driven ordering in bulk foil and thin film of L1[subscript 0] ordered FePd 383
Formation of defect structures during annealing of cold-deformed L1[subscript 0]-ordered equiatomic FePd intermetallics 389
Magnetic properties of E2[subscript 1]-base Co[subscript 3]AlC and the correlation with the ordering of carbon atoms and vacancies 395
Structural properties and magnetic behavior in the pseudobinary alloys CoFe-CoAl 401
Directional thermoelectric performance of Ru[subscript 2]Si[subscript 3] 407
Mechanical aspects of structural optimization in a Bi-Te thermoelectric module for power generation 413
Effects of Ga- and in-doping on the thermoelectric properties in Ba-Ge clathrate compounds 419
Crystal structure and thermoelectric properties of Al-containing Re silicides 425
Characterization and catalytic properties of Ni[subscript 3]Al for hydrogen production from methanol 431
Complex intermetallic compounds : defects, disordering, details 439
Effect of heat treatments on microstructure of rapidly solidified TiCo ribbons 449
In situ observation of surface relief formation and disappearance during order-disorder transition of equi-atomic CuAu alloy using laser scanning confocal microscopy 455
Phase equilibria and lattice parameters of Fe[subscript 2]Nb laves phase in Fe-Ni-Nb ternary system at elevated temperatures 461
Sputtered coatings based on the Al[subscript 2]Au phase 467
Solidification processing and fracture behavior of RuAl-based alloys 473
Formation and morphology of Kurnakov type D0[subscript 22] compound in disordered fcc [gamma]-(Ni, Fe) matrix alloys 479
Parameters of dislocation structure and work hardening of Ni[subscript 3]Ge 485
Identification of the chirality of intermetallic compounds by electron diffraction 491
Mechanical behavior of a Pt-Cr jewelry alloy hardened by nano-sized ordered particles 497
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