Recent Developments in the Processing and Applications of Structural Metals and Alloys

Volumes 604-605

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Mohamad El Mehtedi

Abstract: Alloying high-chromium steels with Nitrogen leads to increase in strength, fatigue life and corrosion resistance, but reduce ductility and...

Authors: H.J. McQueen

Abstract: Inherent failure mechanisms at elevated temperature are primarily wedge crack growth at triple junctions arising from differential grain...

Authors: Riccardo Donnini, Saulius Kaciulis, Alessio Mezzi, Roberto Montanari, Claudio Testani

Abstract: The microstructure of Ti6Al4V-SiCf composite, in as-fabricated condition and after long-term heat treatments (up to 1,000 hours) in the...

Authors: Paolo Deodati, Riccardo Donnini, Roberto Montanari, Claudio Testani, T. Valente

Abstract: Ti6Al4V-SiCf composite, manufactured by Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) at Centro Sviluppo Materiali, has been submitted to long-term heat...

Authors: Luboš Kloc, Vàclav Sklenička


Authors: S. Spigarelli

Abstract: The creep behaviour of the AE44 magnesium alloy was described by means of a variation of the composite model, already successfully used to...

Authors: Vaclav Sklenička, Květa Kuchařová, Milan Svoboda, Ivan Saxl

Abstract: Significant developments have been made in recent years in the description of microstructure evolution and its effects on the creep...

Authors: Carlo Bruni, Archimede Forcellese, Filippo Gabrielli, M. Simoncini

Abstract: The effect of the process parameters on the sheet formability of AZ31 magnesium alloy has been investigated by means of uniaxial tensile and...

Authors: Wolfgang Blum

Abstract: Plastic deformation of crystalline materials is not controlled by interaction among free dislocations only, but the interaction of free...

Authors: Ivan Saxl, Vaclav Sklenička

Abstract: The results of intercept and profile counts are commonly interpreted as a suitable estimates of the mean grain size as represented e.g. by...


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