Accession Number : AD0668696

Title :   PROCEEDINGS OF SYMPOSIUM ON TINI AND ASSOCIATED COMPOUNDS,

Corporate Author : NAVAL ORDNANCE LAB WHITE OAK MD

Personal Author(s) : Wang,Frederick E.

Report Date : 20 FEB 1968

Pagination or Media Count : 230

Abstract : Contents: Equiatomic binary compounds of Hf with transition elements Os, Ir, and Pt; further comments on the TiNi transition; The shape memory effect and the martensitic transformation of TiNi; Observations of thin crystals of TiNi in pre-martensitic states; Internal friction and related properties of TiNi intermetallic compound; Nuclear magnetic resonance and susceptibility measurements in TiCo; Some consideration of the elastic properties of TiNi in the vicinity of transformation temperature; High temperature creep mechanism of TiNi; The irreversible critical range in the TiNi transition; Dependence of the transport properties of transition metal alloys and compounds on the electron number; Line profiles in the nuclear magnetic resonance and Mossbauer effect of TiFe1-xCox alloys; Soft x-ray spectroscopy of alloys: TiNi and the Ni-Al system; Analysis of the Hall coefficient behavior in TiFe, TiCo, TiNi and their alloys; Long range order in TiFe; An experimental study of the compound TiCo using high temperature x-ray diffractometry; A mechanism for the high temperature transformation in TiNi and the resultant pre-martensitic TiNi(2); Neutron diffraction study of the TiFexCO1-x alloys; Magnetic properties of the pseudobinary system TiFexCo1-x; A study of the relative ductilities of TiFe, TiCo, and TiNi.

Descriptors :   (*TITANIUM ALLOYS, SYMPOSIA), (*NICKEL ALLOYS, SYMPOSIA), INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS, TRANSITION METALS, TRANSFORMATIONS, FILMS, CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, INTERNAL FRICTION, COBALT ALLOYS, NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE, MAGNETIC PROPERTIES, ELASTIC PROPERTIES, CREEP, TRANSITION TEMPERATURE, TRANSPORT PROPERTIES, IRON ALLOYS, MOSSBAUER EFFECT, ALUMINUM ALLOYS, X RAY SPECTROSCOPY, DUCTILITY, NEUTRON DIFFRACTION, X RAY DIFFRACTION

Subject Categories : Information Science
      Metallurgy and Metallography

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