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1200 K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl

J. Daniel Whittenberger

1200 K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl

by J. Daniel Whittenberger

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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Other titlesTwelve hundred K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl.
StatementJ. Daniel Whittenberger, R.D. Noebe, and D.R. Wheeler.
SeriesNASA-TM -- 111212., NASA technical memorandum -- 111212.
ContributionsNoebe, R. D., Wheeler, Donald R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17106623M
OCLC/WorldCa35272351

The tensile and compressive properties of six NiAl-base single-crystal alloys have been investigated at temperatures between 77 and 1, K. The normalized critical resolved shear stresses (CRSS/E) and work-hardening rates ({theta}/E) for these alloys generally decreased with increasing temperature. the part of the nail that extends beyond the end of the finger and protects the tips of the fingers or toes. nail body/nail plate. the visible nail area from the nail root to the free edge. nail wall. the folds of the skin on either side of the nail groove. lunula.

Nial J. Wheate (born ) is an Australian pharmaceutical chemist at the University of Sydney. Career. After completing high school at Copland College in Canberra, Australia, Wheate Fields: Chemistry. Intermetallic phases of the Ni-Al type belong to the group of modern constructional materials which have numerous advantageous properties such as high melting temperature, low density, high resistance to high-temperature oxidation (to about degree Celsjus), high mechanical strength, high fatigue strength, and high tensile and compressive strength (also at elevated .

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1200 K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl by J. Daniel Whittenberger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Following consolidation of the powder by hot extrusion, K compressive properties were measured in air. Within the range of strain rates examined, 10(exp -3) to 10(exp -9) s(exp Get this from a library.

K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl. [J Daniel Whittenberger; R D Noebe; Donald R Wheeler; United States. National Aeronautics and. (NASA-TM) THE K N COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF N-CONTAINING NIAL (NASA.

As part of a series of experiments to understand the role of N on the strength of NiAl, a heat of NiAl was enriched with N by melting and atomization to powder in a nitrogen atmosphere.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration. K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl [microform] / J. Daniel Whittenberger, R.D.

Noebe, and D.R. Wheeler National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; National Technical Information Service, distributor [Washington, D.C.: Springfield, Va. Wikipedia Citation. Following consolidation of the powder by hot extrusion, K compressive properties were measured in air.

Within the range of strain rates examined, 10 exp -3 to 10 exp -9/s, the strength of the N-enriched NiAl was greater than that of a simple 15 micron grain size polycrystalline, binary NiAl alloy.

K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl [microform] / J. Daniel Whittenberger, R.D. Noebe, an Elevated temperature creep properties of NiAl cryomilled with and without Y₂O₃ [microform] / J.

Dani Fluoride salts and container materials for thermal energy storage applications in the temperature range. Elevated temperature compressive properties of N-doned NiAl Fig.

5—Typical microstructures of K tested N-containing NIAl: Compressive testing between and K indicated that. Whittenberger, J. D.,Effect of Composition and Grain Size on Slow Plastic Flow Properties of NiAl Between to K. Mater. Sci. – Google ScholarCited by: K COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF N-CONTAINING NiAl J.

Daniel Whittenberger, R.D. Noebe, and D.R. Wheeler MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYCRYSTALLINE NiAl FROM MINIATURIZED DISK-BEND TESTS S.J. Eck and A.J. Ardell ASSESSMENT OF MICROALLOYING EFFECTS ON THE HIGH TEMPERATURE FATIGUE BEHAVIOR OF NiAl R.D. Noebe, B.A.

Lerch, and K. True compressive stress–strain diagrams for DS NiA1- 3 1Cr-3Mo grown at mm/h as a function of nominal strain rate at (a) K and (b) K. The effect of growth rate on the and K true compressive stress–strain behavior of Cited by: The NiAl intermetallic has been recognized as a candidate of high temperature structural materials, due to its excellent physical and mechanical properties, such as low density ( g/cm 3), high melting points ( K), and excellent oxidation resistance up to K, as well as good thermal conductivity (2–4 times higher than conventional nickel-based alloys) [1,2,3,4].Cited by: 3.

Isothermal oxidation of a NiAl/TiB 2 composite material has been investigated. Samples of NiAl with 0, 10 and 20 vol.% TiB 2 particulates were oxidized atand °C for 48 h. Thermogravimetric analysis was used to quantify oxide growth by: 9.

If you know Nial, please write code for some of the tasks not implemented in Nial. Nial (Nested interactive programming language) is an array programming language similar to. Author of Mechanical properties of pure nickel alloys after long term exposures to LiOH and vacuum at K, Effect of grain size on the high temperature properties of B2 aluminides, K compressive properties of N-containing NiAl, Elevated temperature creep properties of NiAl cryomilled with and without Y₂O₃, High-Temperature Ordered Intermetallic.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Whittenberger J D et al () Microstructure and K Mechanical Properties of Cryomilled NiAlZr. Journal of Materials Research 14 (6): – CrossRef Google Scholar Whittenberger J D et al () Elevated Temperature Compressive Strength Properties of Oxide Dispersion Strengthened NiAl after Cryomilling and Roasting in : Stefano Gialanella, Alessio Malandruccolo.

Mechanical Behaviour of Gas Turbine Coatings Mats Eskner Doctoral Thesis understanding of the mechanical properties and failure mechanisms of the coatings. In this thesis, mechanical and fracture behaviour have been studied for a NiAl coating applied by a pack cementation process, an air-plasma sprayed NiCoCrAlY bondcoat.

Nial (from "Nested Interactive Array Language") is a high-level array programming language developed from about by Mike Jenkins of Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, s co-created the Jenkins–Traub algorithm. Nial combines a functional programming notation for arrays based on an array theory developed by Trenchard More with Paradigm: array.

AUoy Represenative Creep Behavior NiAl [] (NiA1) K e = cT^-Vxp( / RT) [78] NiAl-Mo-C (DS) (NiAl-lMoC) (NiAl-lMoC) K e = c7''-^^exp( / RT) NiAl-Mo-C (SC) (NiAl-lMo-lC) K e = a'''^exp( / RT) 97 +-> a a > i/i Compressive Stress (MPa.

Porous high-N Ni-free austenitic stainless steel was fabricated by a powder metallurgical route. The microstructure and properties of the prepared porous austenitic stainless steel were studied. Results reveal that the duplex stainless steel transforms into austenitic stainless steel after nitridation sintering for 2 h.

The prepared high-N stainless steel consists of γ-Fe Cited by: 4. Vasudevan and K. Sharvan Kumar, "Some Studies on the Use of Ultrasonic Vibrations in S.K. Mannan, and K.S. Kumar, " to K Slow Strain Rate Compressive Properties of NiAl/Ni2AlTi Base Materials," in High Temperature Ordered Intermetallics III, Vol.N.S.

Stoloff, C.C. Koch, C.T. Liu and A.I.List of Publications: K. Sharvan Kumar (a) Chapters in Books: Slow Strain Rate Compressive Properties of NiAl/Ni2AlTi Base Materials," in High Temperature Ordered Intermetallics III, Vol.N.S.

Stoloff, C.C. Koch, C.T. Liu and A.I. R.K. Viswanadham, S.K. Mannan, and K.S. Kumar, " to K Slow Strain Rate Compressive Behavior of.Analyze Cecile’s work.

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