High Damping Materials II

Volume 319

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.319

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Authors: Odila Florêncio, Paulo Sergio Silva, T.F. Stefanini, Walter José Botta Filho

Abstract: Nb-1 wt% Zr polycrystalline and single crystalline samples were submitted to annealing, at pressure of 2.5 x 10-8 Torr and subsequently...

Authors: H.R. Sinning

Abstract: Measurements of the H-induced damping peak in Zr-based multi-component metallic glasses, with different tendency to quasicrystal formation,...

Authors: H. Mizubayashi, K. Yamagishi, H. Tanimoto

Abstract: Hydrogenated Zr-Cu-base metallic glasses (MGs) are the potential high-damping and high-strength materials. On the other hand, the knowledge...

Authors: Masuyuki Hasegawa, M. Takeuchi, D. Nagata, T. Wada, Hidemi Kato, Y. Yamaura, Akihisa Inoue

Abstract: The hydrogen-induced internal friction and mechanical strength of the Ti-rich Ti34Zr11Cu47Ni8 and (Ti34Zr11Cu47Ni8)98Si2 hydrogenated...

Authors: Tiburce A. M. Aboki

Abstract: We have subjected Zr59Cu20Al10Ni8Ti3 glassy sample to internal friction thermal cycle (IFTC) measurements under various conditions...

Authors: Y. Hiki, M. Tanahashi, Shin Takeuchi

Abstract: In a hydrogen-doped metallic glass, there appear low-temperature and high-temperature internal friction peaks respectively associated with...

Authors: Gilbert Fantozzi, E.M. Bourim, Sh. Kazemi

Abstract: High damping materials exhibiting a loss factor higher than 10-2 are generally considered as polymer or metallic materials. But, it will be...

Authors: Qian Feng Fang, T. Liu, Chun Li, X.P. Wang, G.G. Zhang

Abstract: In this paper, we review the damping mechanisms in oxide materials, such as the short-range jump of oxygen vacancies and cation vacancies,...

Authors: T. Shimazu, M. Miura, H. Kuno, N. Isu, K. Ota, Emile Hideki Ishida
Authors: S. Patsias

Abstract: The interest in the use of thermal barrier ceramic coatings as damping treatments has recently arisen since they were shown to provide...


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