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Impact of pre‐aging on the tensile and bending properties of AA 6061

01-Dec-2005 | Ou, Bin‐Lung; Shen, Chin‐Hui, Scandinavian Journal of Metallurgy, 2005

The impact of low temperature pre‐aging on the artificial age‐hardening of AA 6061 (Al–1.1Mg–0.63Si) has been investigated using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) as well as by measuring the electrical resistivity, and confirmed by microstructure observation using scanning electron ...

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Impact of pre‐aging on the tensile and bending properties of AA 6061

01-Dec-2005 | Ou, Bin‐Lung; Shen, Chin‐Hui, Scandinavian Journal of Metallurgy, 2005

The impact of low temperature pre‐aging on the artificial age‐hardening of AA 6061 (Al–1.1Mg–0.63Si) has been investigated using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) as well as by measuring the electrical resistivity, and confirmed by microstructure observation using scanning electron ...

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Book Review: Introduction to Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy. By Robert J. Keyse, Anthony J. Garrett-Reed, Peter J. Goodhew, and Gordon W. Lorimer, ßios Scientific Publishers, 1998; 114 Pages, 16.95 Pounds, Softcover, ISBN 1-85996-066-9.

30-Nov-2004 | Stanley M. Dunn, Journal of Computer-Assisted Microscopy, 2004

Book Review: Introduction to Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy. By Robert J. Keyse, Anthony J. Garrett-Reed, Peter J. Goodhew, and Gordon W. Lorimer, ßios Scientific Publishers, 1998; 114 Pages, 16.95 Pounds, Softcover, ISBN 1-85996-066-9. Content Type Journal Article Pages ...

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Collapse of the Magnetic Hyperfine Structure of Barium Hexaferrite by Mechanochemical Activation

03-Nov-2004 | Monica Sorescu, A. Grabias, L. Diamandescu, D. Tarabasanu, Journal of Materials Synthesis and Processing, 2004

The collapse of the magnetic hyperfine structure of barium hexaferrite as an effect of mechanochemical activation was investigated. The various inequivalent sites and phases present in the milled material were studied by transmission Mössbauer spectroscopy. Barium hexaferrite nanoparticles were ...

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Synthesis of Nanosized Ba2LaZrO5.5 Ceramic Powders through a Novel Combustion Route

03-Nov-2004 | R. Jose, J. James, Asha M. John, R. Divakar, J. Koshy, Journal of Materials Synthesis and Processing, 2004

A single-step process for the preparation of nanoparticles of Ba2LaZrO5.5 is reported in this paper. The process is a modification of the combustion method, which resulted in Ba2LaZrO5.5 phase without a calcination step. This complex perovskite ceramic oxide thus obtained is characterized by ...

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Optimization of PVD Parameters for the Deposition of Ultrahard Ti–Si–B–N Coatings

03-Nov-2004 | D. V. Shtansky, E. A. Levashov, A. N. Sheveiko, J. J. Moore, Journal of Materials Synthesis and Processing, 2004

Multicomponent Ti–Si–B–N coatings were deposited on high-speed steel (HSS) substrates by reactive magnetron sputtering using a SHS TiB + 20 wt% Si target. The influences of the substrate temperature, bias voltage, and nitrogen partial pressure on the structure and the elemental compositions of ...

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The Role of Particle Morphology in the Mechanochemical Activation of Hematite

03-Nov-2004 | M. Sorescu, D. Tarabasanu-Mihaila, L. Diamandescu, Journal of Materials Synthesis and Processing, 2004

Hematite particles of four morphologies (polyhedral, platelike, needlelike, and disk shape) were synthesized by the hydrothermal method. The morphology and average particle diameter (1.4, 7.4, 0.2, and 0.12 µm, respectively) were determined by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) combined with ...

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