Accession Number : ADA322999
Title : A Mechanistic Study of the Brittle to Ductile Transition in High Melting Point Intermetallic Compounds: A Report on a Program of Research Conducted at The University of Illinois Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA DEPT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Personal Author(s) : Fraser, Hamish L.
PDF Url : ADA322999
Report Date : FEB 1997
Pagination or Media Count : 6
Abstract : This report describe the work done involving a study of high melting point intermetallic compounds. In order to study the deformation mechanisms of these materials at ambient temperatures, where they exhibit brittle behavior, it was proposed that ductile phase toughening should be employed so that some degree of plastic deformation might be induced in the brittle compounds. It was hoped that from a detailed analysis of defects in the deformed samples the various factors influencing the deformation mechanisms would become apparent. In the case of the higher temperature deformation experiments, a determination of the contribution of diffusive mechanisms to plastic deformation was to be made.
Descriptors : *PLASTIC DEFORMATION, *DUCTILE BRITTLE TRANSITION, *ALUMINUM INTERMETALLICS, STRESS STRAIN RELATIONS, CRYSTAL STRUCTURE, ALUMINUM ALLOYS, TOUGHNESS, ROOM TEMPERATURE, BRITTLENESS, DUCTILITY, MELTING POINT, DEFECT ANALYSIS, CREEP STRENGTH.
Subject Categories : Properties of Metals and Alloys
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE