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In-situ diffraction studies related to thermo-mechanical processes

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • The making and shaping of metals is an

    important process for both manufacturing products

    and designing the material's mechanical properties.

    Whether a metal exposes high strength or ductility,

    withstands temperature and fatigue depends

    minutely on its atomic and microstructure. Workhardening,

    precipitation hardening, annealing,

    recrystallization, multi-phase compounds are

    examples of well employed pathways for such

    design. A material may have to be shapable,

    formable, forgeable, drawable under manufacturing

    conditions, while exposing high durability, ductility,

    strength, temperature resistance, fatigue life during

    application. Therefore, eminent materials research

    is undertaken worldwide to ever design better

    materials, with the aim to reduce costs in form of

    the amount of material and its weight in operation,

    production, and lifetime.

Publication Date


  • 2015

Citation


  • Liss, K. (2015). In-situ diffraction studies related to thermo-mechanical processes. In D. Hui (Eds.), Proceedings of ICCE-23: 23rd International Conference on Composites/Nano-Engineering (pp. 1-2).

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Abstract


  • The making and shaping of metals is an

    important process for both manufacturing products

    and designing the material's mechanical properties.

    Whether a metal exposes high strength or ductility,

    withstands temperature and fatigue depends

    minutely on its atomic and microstructure. Workhardening,

    precipitation hardening, annealing,

    recrystallization, multi-phase compounds are

    examples of well employed pathways for such

    design. A material may have to be shapable,

    formable, forgeable, drawable under manufacturing

    conditions, while exposing high durability, ductility,

    strength, temperature resistance, fatigue life during

    application. Therefore, eminent materials research

    is undertaken worldwide to ever design better

    materials, with the aim to reduce costs in form of

    the amount of material and its weight in operation,

    production, and lifetime.

Publication Date


  • 2015

Citation


  • Liss, K. (2015). In-situ diffraction studies related to thermo-mechanical processes. In D. Hui (Eds.), Proceedings of ICCE-23: 23rd International Conference on Composites/Nano-Engineering (pp. 1-2).

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