Textures of Materials - ICOTOM 13

Volumes 408-412

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.408-412

Textures of Materials - ICOTOM 13

Description:

Texture is a fundamental material characteristic which results from the microstructural evolution that takes place during various processes, including the thermomechanical deformation of materials. Therefore, texture-related phenomena will continue to be of great importance, because of their scientific interest as well as their effect upon industrial applications, in the 21st century.
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Keywords:
This volume deals with all of the themes which are related to texture phenomena in both conventional and advanced materials, including: ceramics, thin films, polymers, nanocrystalline materials, rocks and composites. The papers cover various texture-related fields: quantitative texture analysis, experimental measurement, modeling, micro-texture analysis, deformation textures, recrystallization and grain growth textures, anisotropic properties, textures in steels, textures in Al and Al-Alloys, textures in thin films, and textures in ceramics, intermetallics and polymers, etc.

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ISBN-13:
978-0-87849-903-8
Editors:
Dong Nyung Lee
Pages:
1880
Year:
2002
Edition:
softcover, 2-vol. Set

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