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  | Authors: De Xin Ma, Michael Mathes, Bin Zhou, Andreas Bührig-Polaczek
Abstract:Freckle occurrence is known to be dependent on the casting size and the superalloy components with large cross section are more prone to...
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  | Authors: Simona Hutařová, Marta Kianicová, Tomás Vlasák, Pavel Hutař, Tomáš Podrábský, Jan Hakl
Abstract:Nickel-based creep resisting alloys (strengthened by γ´) are the basic materials for high-temperature constructional parts in aircraft...
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  | Authors: Katsushi Tanaka, Wataro Hashimoto, Toru Inoue, Haruyuki Inui
Abstract:The effect of elastic driving force on the microstructural change of superalloys in the secondary creep stage is evaluated by elastic energy...
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  | Authors: N. Miura, Y. Kondo, Keiji Kubushiro, Satoshi Takahashi
Abstract:The changes in the morphology of ’ precipitates and the dislocation substructures at the vicinity of grain boundaries with creep deformation...
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  | Authors: Y. Kondo, N. Miura
Abstract:The single crystal nickel-based superalloy, CMSX-4, creep interrupted at the creep strain of 0.01 at 1273K-400MPa was aged at 1273K without...
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  | Authors: Benedict M.B. Grant, Elisabeth Knoche, Michael Preuss, Joao Quinta da Fonseca, Mark R. Daymond
Abstract:Understanding the relationship between deformation mechanisms and microstructure is essential if one wants to fully exploit the potential of...
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  | Authors: V.A. Vorontsov, R.E. Voskoboinikov, Catherine M.F. Rae
Abstract:The “Phase-Field Model of Dislocations” (PFMD) was used to simulate shearing of gamma-prime precipitate arrays in single crystal turbine...
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  | Authors: Martin M. Franke, Michael Hilbinger, Astrid Heckl, Robert F. Singer
Abstract:This paper presents the results of an investigation on the interrelationship between thermophysical properties, processing conditions and...
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  | Authors: Hermann Maderbacher, H.P. Gänser, Martin Riedler, Michael Stoschka, Martin Stockinger, Wilfried Eichlseder
Abstract:Heavy-duty aerospace components are frequently hot forged to satisfy the high requirements concerning their mechanical behaviour. Only the...
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  | Authors: Daniel Huber, Christof Sommitsch, Martin Stockinger
Abstract:Aerospace gas turbine disks operate in an environment of relatively high stresses caused by centrifugal forces and elevated temperatures....
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