Accession Number : AD0649486

Title :   METALLOGRAPHY (COLLECTION OF ARTICLES).

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Report Date : MAY 1960

Pagination or Media Count : 463

Abstract : Contents: Hydrogen embrittlement of steel; The regularities of intracrystalline distribution of elements in metallic alloys; Features of the fine structure of intercrystalline zones of structural steel in the condition of temper (heat) brittleness; The redistribution of carbon during the tempering of chrome-nickel stainless steel; The use of the radioactive isotope of hydrogen, tritium, to investigate certain metallurgical and metal-science questions; Processes due to tempering of alloy steels; The separate and combined effect of molybdenum and tungsten on the temper brittleness and hardenability of steel; Technological methods of evaluating the hardenability of constructional steel and its tendency to temper brittleness; Martensite and the Martensite transformations; The causes of the grain-size effect on the brittleness of ferritic steel; Study of the strength of notched specimens of brittle steel; On high-velocity plastic failure under the action of the energy of elastic deformation; The brittle strength of hardened steel; The role of surface-active substances in the phenomenon of delayed fracture of hardened steel; The effect of temperature on the recovery and plasticity of hardened steel; Comparative study of the effect of quenching and strain hardening on the physical and mechanical properties of low-carbon steel; The properties of the alloy AMg5V on cold-drawing; Plastic and hot working of certain two-phase alloys of titanium.

Descriptors :   (*METALLOGRAPHY, STEEL), (*STEEL, HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT), TEMPERING, STAINLESS STEEL, RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES, MATERIAL FORMING, MECHANICAL WORKING, TRITIUM, MOLYBDENUM, TUNGSTEN, MARTENSITE, GRAIN SIZE, TITANIUM ALLOYS, DEFORMATION, FRACTURE(MECHANICS), PLASTIC PROPERTIES

Subject Categories : Metallurgy and Metallography
      Fabrication Metallurgy

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE