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Relaxation phenomena in metals and alloys

B. N. Finfel"shtein

Relaxation phenomena in metals and alloys

by B. N. Finfel"shtein

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Written in English


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Statementedited by B. N. Finkel"shtein ; autorized translation fron the Russian ; Prefaced to the English edition by A. S. Nowick.
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Pagination244p. :
Number of Pages244
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Open LibraryOL20257195M

The Snoek relaxation, a specific point-defect induced anelastic relaxation phenomenon, is characteristic of an internal friction peak in bcc metals with interstitial solutes. Such internal friction mechanism has not been applied in the development of high damping alloy while grain boundary and twin boundary featured anelastic relaxations are applied in some high damping alloys. slag-metal reaction, Phase rule, phase equilibria and free energy-composition diagram. Rate process in metallurgy, Rate limiting phenomenon, Heterogeneous reaction kinetics. Kinetics of slag-metal reaction. Text Book: 1. Introduction to the thermodynamics of materials. Fourth edition (or recent edition if available) by Gaskell. 2.

Interfacial Phenomena in Metal and Alloys. Von L. E. Murr; Addison‐Wesley Publishing Company, Reading/Mass. , S., 14,50 $. Relaxation is a small and subtle rearrangement of the surface layers which may nevertheless be significant energetically, and seems to be commonplace for metal surfaces. It involves adjustments in the layer spacings perpendicular to the surface, there is no change either in the periodicity parallel to the surface or to the symmetry of the surface.

Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys Book Murr, L E Data and information are presented on the thermodynamic properties, structures, and characteristics of interfaces which control the bulk and surface behavior of materials. The figure shows the stress relaxation performance of three different copper alloys — brass (70Cu30Zn), phosphor bronze (95Cu5Sn), and beryllium copper (98Cu2Be). The numerical values attached to the various curves indicate the temperature, in degrees centigrade, to which the alloys were exposed during aging.


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Relaxation Phenomena in Metals and Alloys Hardcover – November 1, by B. Finkel shtein (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Cited by: Relaxation phenomena in metals and alloys.

New York, Consultants Bureau, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B N Finkelʹshteĭn. Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys Hardcover – January 1, by Lawrence Eugene Murr (Author) › Visit Amazon's Lawrence Eugene Murr Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys}, author = {Murr, L E}, abstractNote = {Data and information are presented on the thermodynamic properties, structures, and characteristics of interfaces which control the bulk and surface behavior of materials.

Chapters are included on thermodynamics of solid interfaces. Structural relaxation, induced anisotropy, embrittlement, and crystallization in amorphous metallic alloys are controlled by the diffusivity of the components of the alloy. A basic requirement for a deeper understanding of the above processes is a better knowledge.

In ferromagnetic alloys the local interactions between a magnetic momentum and local order give rise to relaxation phenomena similar to those observed under stress.

Their origin is to be found in the induced anisotropy energy, the theory of which was built up by Neel [,] and Taniguchi []. The remaining chapters deal, in turn, with the various alloys exhibiting yield point phenomena.

Thus, chapter 2 on mild steel, is a more extensive study of quench and strain ageing, while Chapter 3 is on the refractory metals and discusses theories of the low-temperature strength. Now in paperback, this comprehensive book is the first text devoted to the problem of understanding the electrical properties of metals and alloys.

Dr Rossiter, well-known for his work on the electrical resistivity of alloys, has written a book which blends results and theory, but does not rely on a strong grounding in quantum mechanics.

After an introduction to the basic ideas, the concepts. Purchase Rapidly Quenched Metals - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAll these aspects of damping will be addressed in the present Special Issue, which will be focused on "Damping in Metals and Alloys".

Composites and hybrid materials will also be considered, provided that metals and alloys remain the main source of damping. Prof. Jose M. San Juan Guest Editor. Manuscript Submission Information. Different anelastic phenomena are discussed in this book with respect to iron-based binary and ternary alloys and intermetallic compounds of Fe3Me type, where Me are α-stabilizing elements Al, Ga, or Ge.

of mechanical spectroscopy and neutron diffraction are introduced for the better understanding of structure-related relaxation and. This book section is a continuation of those presented in Chap. 7, theoretical bend stress relaxation considerations with respect to their relation to the viscosity.

Glassy metals Amorphous metallic alloys Relaxation phenomena in the Al Cu Ni 10 Zr 65 bulk metallic glass studied by bend stress and anelastic strain relaxation. Self‐Healing Phenomena in Metals. dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA), stress relaxation and tensile tests.

Some metal alloys subjected to irreversible plastic deformation can repair the. Activation volumes for self-diffusion in bcc metals are smaller and lie between about and Ω indicating stronger relaxation effects around the vacancy.

The remaining chapters deal, in turn, with the various alloys exhibiting yield point phenomena. Thus, chapter 2 on mild steel, is a more extensive study of quench and strain ageing, while Chapter 3 is on the refractory metals and discusses theories of the low-temperature strength.

Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys. Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program. MLA Citation. Murr, Lawrence E. Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys / Lawrence E. Murr ; with a foreword by Morris Cohen Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program Reading, Mass Australian/Harvard Citation.

magnetism of amorphous alloys, preceded by a short introduction to the subject, was written by Ferchmin and Kobe (). Recent books of review articles are Glassy Metals I, edited by H-J Giintherodt and H Beck ( Berlin: Springer-Verlag), Amorphous Metallic Alloys, edited by F E Luborsky ( London: Butterworths) and.

One of the most puzzling phenomena that has been observed in experimental measurements on glass-forming metal alloys in recent years is the crossover, right at the, from the stretched-exponential relaxation in the supercooled liquid to a compressed exponential relaxation below the, as shown in figure (The metallurgical processes are similar to those that cause the related phenomenon called creep, where the metal changes geometry over time under a constant stress.) All of the copper alloys are susceptible to stress relaxation, just as are all other metals.

But there is a tremendous difference in the stress relaxation between different copper. Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys. [Lawrence Eugene Murr] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search Advanced Book Program, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence Eugene Murr.

Find more information about: ISBN: X. Book Description Springer-Verlag New York Inc., United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Exceptions to the rule are always interesting, and the anomalies in the stress-strain curves of mild steel and in many other metals and alloys have excited the curiosity of engineers and scientists for well over a hundred years.Metals, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Dear Colleagues, Mechanical properties of polycrystalline structural metals and alloys are significantly affected by their microstructural state, including phase content, grain/subgrain sizes, grain boundary distribution, dispersed particles and solutes, dislocation density, internal stresses, etc.

The phenomenon of stress relaxation, the time decrease of internal stress due to localized flow in a solid under constant uniaxial strain, is viewed in terms of present kinetic theories and available data for metals. Rate equations for shear flow, derived from molecular models of liquids and gases, are reviewed briefly.

Combined with the theory of elasticity, these equations are shown to be.