Papers by Keyword: DSC Measurement

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Authors: Dóra Janovszky, Jenő Sólyom, András Roósz, Lajos Daróczi
Abstract: Fe40Ni40B16Si4 alloy was prepared by the melt spinning method with 50µm thickness. The crystallization of the amorphous alloy was analysed using a differential scanning calorimeter, X-ray diffraction method and a transmission electron microscope.
Authors: Hidefumi Date
Abstract: In order to clarify the effect of strain rates on phase transformation behaviors of Ni-Ti alloy, a compressive test using a cylindrical specimen of polycrystalline Ni-Ti alloy of Ti-50.69 at% Ni was carried out at a high strain rate and a low strain rate. The transformation temperatures were determined by a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) using a sample cut from a compressed specimen. The transformation temperatures of the specimens before deformation were Ms= 303 K, Mf = 287 K, As = 297 K and Af = 319 K, respectively. The compressive test was carried out using specimen heated from liquid nitrogen temperature to room temperature. A universal testing machine as a static test apparatus and a Split Hopkinson Bar apparatus for a dynamic test were used. The specimen had a reoriented martensite phase after deformation because the superelastic effect was not observed upon unloading. Two reverse transformations during heating and a forward transformation during cooling were observed by DSC measurement. The first reverse transformation corresponds to that of thermal-induced martensite by immersion in liquid nitrogen and the second reverse transformation corresponds to that of reoriented martensite with slips in a polycrystalline matrix introduced by plastic deformation. The reverse transformation of the martensite phase with a slip exhibited strong strain rate dependency. Plastic strains and strain rate had strong influence on the shape recovery. The interaction between the temperature elevation by a conversion of plastic work and slip generated by dynamic plastic deformation is a complicated problem.
Authors: Koichiro Fukui, Mahoto Takeda, Takao Endo
Abstract: Precipitation behaviour in an Al-Mg-Si alloy aged at 403 K to 483 K was studied with respect to thermal stability and morphology of the metastable precipitates, using high resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM), Vickers microhardness tests and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) measurements. The quantitative analysis of the DSC measurements revealed that the change in the first exothermic peak (the peak P) of the metastable phase is proportional to the increases in the Vickers hardness. The HRTEM observations showed the four types of the precipitates in morphology during the isothermal ageing and the change in the peak P was mainly caused by the formation of the precipitates with irregular contrast and the ones with the network interior angle between 65°and 80°
Authors: B.B. Radojević, T.P. Perng, M. Davidović
Authors: Santiago Suriñach, J. Malagelada, Maria Dolores Baró
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