Rapidly Quenched Metals 6 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781851669714, 9780080984841

Rapidly Quenched Metals 6

1st Edition

Editors: R.W. Cochrane
eBook ISBN: 9780080984841
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 1st January 1988
Page Count: 563
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Description

Rapidly Quenched Metals 6, Volume 1 covers the proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Rapidly Quenched Metals held at Le Centre Sheraton, Montreal, Canada from August 3 to 7, 1987. The said conference discusses a wide variety of topics in the field of rapidly solidified metals. The book is divided into two parts. Part 1 covers topics that involve the formation and transformation in metallic materials; amorphous metals; the applications of mechanical alloying; and rapid melting and quenching. Part 2 discusses the formation and structure of amorphous alloys, which includes topics such as the metastability of amorphous phases; amorphous alloy powders; and studies about the properties of different amorphous alloys. The text is recommended for those involved in materials science and metallurgy, especially those studying rapidly solidified metals and amorphous alloys.

Readership

Health care professionals, medical informatics researchers and students, policy makers, IT development managers, and various clinical investigators

Table of Contents


Contents

Foreword

Solid State Reactions

Crystal-to-Glass Transformation in Metallic Materials

Formation of Amorphous Metals by Mechanical Alloying

Formation of Amorphous Ni-Zr Powders by Mechanical Alloying

Formation of Powdered Hf-Ni, Hf-Cu and Hf-Ru Materials by Mechanical Alloying Methods

Amorphization of RFe2 Laves Phases by Hydrogen Absorption

Formation and Properties of Mechanically Alloyed Amorphous Fe-Zr

X-ray Diffraction Study of the Amorphization Process by Mechanical Alloying of the Ni-Ti System

New Amorphous Cu-Nb-(Si, Ge Or Sn) Alloys Prepared by Mechanical Alloying of Elemental Powders

Mechanically Alloyed Amorphous Metallic Powders with Second Phase Particles

Structure Analyses of Amorphous Melt-spun Fe-Zr-(B, Si) Alloys and Mechanically Alloyed Fe-Zr Powders

Early Stages of the Solid State Amorphization of Crystalline Layers

Formation of Amorphous Alloys by Solid State Reactions

Determination of the Free Energy of Equilibrium and Metastable Phases in the Cu-Zr System

A Differential Scanning Calorimetry Study of Solid State Amorphization in Multilayer Ni/Zr

Solid State Interdiffusion Reactions of Ni/Zr Diffusion Couples

Strain-driven Solid State Amorphization of Binary Transition Metal Alloys

Ion Irradiation During a Solid State Amorphization Reaction

Solid State Amorphization in Ni/Ti Multilayers

Rapid Melting and Quenching with Microsecond Current Pulses

The Solid State Reaction in Multilayers Studied by X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy

Study of the Formation of the Amorphous Phase in Metallic Systems by Mechanical Alloying

Thermal Properties of Mechanically Alloyed Ni50Ti50 Powders

Amorphization of Cobalt-Rich Magnetic AAlloys by High Energy Ball Milling

Formation of Amorphous Phase by Solid State Reaction in Elemental Composites Prepared by Cold Rolling

Amorphous Transition Metal-Zirconium Alloys Prepared by Milling

2 Formation and Structure of Amorphous Alloys

Metastability of Amorphous Phases and Its Application to the Consolidation of Rapidly Quenched Powders

On the Operative Mechanisms in the Solidification of Undercooled Melts

Crystal Nucleation and Glass-Forming Ability of Cu-Zr in a Containerless State

Amorphous Alloy Powders with Dispersed Carbonitride Particles Prepared by High Pressure Nitrogen Atomization

Large-Angle neutron Scattering Studies of Amorphous FexTi1-x Alloys and Hydrides

Phase Separation in Amorphous Zr-Fe Alloys Determined by Anomalous X-ray Scattering and Magnetization Measurements

The X-ray Absorption Near-edge Structure (XANES) - a Criterion for Modelling Three-dimensional Structure of Amorphous Fe80B20

Irradiation-Induced Defects in Amorphous Fe40Ni40P20

Glass-forming Conditions During Laser Surface Melting

Rapidly Quenched Composite Materials

The Effects of the Softness of the Interionic Pair Potential on the Liquid-glass Transition

The Glass Temperatures of Variously Quenched Pd-Cu-Si Glasses

Influence of Heterogeneous Nuclei on the Solidification of Pd77.5Cu6Si16.5 Glassy Alloy

Solid-Liquid Interfacial Energy of Pd-16.5at.%Si Glasses

Influence of Cooling Characteristics on Glass Formation of Metallic Systems

Alloying Effects on the Processing and Properties of Melt Spun nickel-Metalloid ribbons

On Liquid-glass Transitions of Binary Alloys

Electronic Aspects of Formation of Metallic Glasses

Changes in Short-range Order Resulting From Hydrogen Absorption of Fe2Ce and Fe2Er Metallic Glasses

Neutron and X-ray Small-angle Scattering with Fe-based Metallic Glasses

Measurements of the Phonon Density of States of Amorphous Ni0.95Tb0.05

3. Crystallization of Amorphous Alloys

Surface Crystallization of Metallic Glasses

The Local Value of the Avrami Exponent: a New Approach to Devitrification of Glassy Metallicribbons

Effects of Ultrahigh Pressure on the Crystallization Temperature of Ni80P20 Amorphous Alloys

The Effect of Picosecond Laser Treatment on the Stability Kinetics and the Mode of Crystallization of Metallic Glassy Ribbons

Crystallization of Amorphous Metal Matrix Composites

Crystallization Behavior of Amorphous Fe-Mo Alloys

Preparation of Refractory Transition Metal-Metalloid Amorphous Alloys and Their Thermal Stability

Structural Model For Commensurate and non-periodic Carbides Formed by CyrstaUization of Amorphous Iron-carbon Alloys

Embrittlement of Ni-Ti-B Glasses During CyrstaUization

Crystal Nucleation in Glass-Forming Alloys

Measurement and Interpretation of Glass Transition Temperature Tg in a number of Metallic Systems

A new Concept of Effective Temperature to Correlate Isothermal and anisothermal Continuous Temperature-time-transformation curves—application to Crystallization of Fe-Ni-B Amorphous Alloys

The Glass Transition, Crystallization and Melting in Au-Pb-Sb Alloys

Crystallization of Amorphous NiZr2

Transient Nucleation in Zirconium-based Metallic Glasses

A Comparison Between the Thermal Properties of Ni-Zr Amorphous Alloys Obtained by Mechanical Alloying and Melt-spinning

A Study of Thermal Relaxation and Crystallization of an Fe81B13 5Si3 5C2 Amorphous Ribbon

Compositional Correlations in the Crystallization of Iron-transition-Metal-boron Glasses

An X-ray Diffraction Study of the Crystallization Characteristics of Amorphous Co-B Ribbons

The Crystallization Process of Ni78Si8B14 Amorphous Alloys

Crystallization Kinetics of Co88-xFexB20 Amorphous Alloys

Crystallization of Ni-B Metallic Glasses with High Boron Contents

Differences in Crystallization of Fe-Ni-based Metallic Glasses Caused by Changes in Heating Conditions

Crystallization of Amorphous Cu-Ni-P Alloys

Crystallization of Some Iron-based Metallic Glasses

Influence of Copper Additions on the Crystallization of Amorphous Fe-Bi-Si Alloys

Crystallization and Nucleation Mechanisms in Well-prepared Ni-Si-B Glass

Depth Profile of the Crystallization of Fe80B20 Metallic Glass

A Comparative Study of the Thermal Stabilities and Crystallization Processes of Amorphous Zr0.67TM0.33-xMx Alloys with TM = Co Or Ni, M = P Or Si and 0.00 ≤x ≤0.12 by Differential Scanning Calorimetry and X-ray Diffraction Techniques

Formation and Crystallization of Amorphous Phases in the Ti-Be-Al System

Characterization and Kinetics of the Crystallization of Al-Ni-Si Amorphous Alloys

Neutron Diffraction Study of the Crystallization of Hydrogenated Cu-Ti Amorphous Alloys

The Relation Between the Temperatures of Incipient Crystallization of the Fe-Si-B Amorphous Alloys and Metal-Metalloid Bonds

Relationship Between Crystallization Temperature and Pre-existing Nuclei in Amorphous Ni-P Alloys

4. Relaxation and Diffusion Phenomena in Amorphous Alloys

Interdiffusion in Amorphous Metallic Artificial Multilayers

Tracer Diffusion in Amorphous Alloys

Diffusion Mechanisms in Amorphous Alloys

Host and Hydrogen Diffusion in an Ni-Zr Metallic Glass

Proton and Deuteron NMR in Amorphous TiCuDx

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Diffusion of Hydrogen in Amorphous Alloys of the Type Ni-Zr-P

Diffusivity of Hydrogen in Amorphous Ni81P19 and Ni70Cr6.7Fe2.5Si8.0B12.8 Alloys

Topological Ordering in Model Metallic Glasses

Viscosity and Structural Relaxation in Pd40Ni40P19Si1

Comparison of Damping Measurement and Differential Scanning Calorimetry as Methods of Determining the Glass Transition temperature in Metallic Glasses

Evidence For Recovery of Ductility in an Embrittled Fe-B-Si Metallic Glass

Reversible Structural Relaxation in Metallic Glasses

Gaussian activation Energy Spectra in Reversible and Irreversible Structural Relaxation

Structural Relaxation of E-irradiated Amorphous Alloys by Tunnelling and Thermally Activated Processes

Viscous Flow in Amorphous Fe78B13Si9 Alloy

Viscous Flow of Amorphous Alloys under Compressive and Tensile Stresses

Viscous Flow Behaviour of the Metallic Glass Ni30Zr70 under Continuous Heating

Viscoplastic Properties of an Fe-Cr-P-C Amorphous Alloys

Relaxation Parameters to Simulate the Changes in Magnetostriction in Amorphous Magnetic Alloys

Low Temperature Internal Friction Peaks and Thermoelastic Damping in Ni78Si8B14 and CoZr2 Metallic Glasses

Resistivity Changes During Structural Relaxation of Amorphous Fe40Ni40B2o

The Influence of Quenching Rate on the Relaxation Processes in a nearly Non-magnetostrictive Metallic Glass

Evidence For Chemical Decomposition of Amorphous Fe40Ni40P20—an Investigation by Means of Small-angle Neutron Scattering

Influence of the Induced Anisotropy on the Magnetic after-effect in Amorphous Co58Ni10Fe5Si11B16 Alloy

Structural Relaxation in Pd-Ge Metallic Glass

A new Method For Measuring Magnetic After-effect

Measurements of Structural Relaxation in Amorphous Fe40Ni40B40 by Differential Scanning Calorimetry

Kinetic Analysis of Structural Relaxation in FeNiCrPB Amorphous Alloys by Electrical Resistivity Measurements

Anelastic Relaxation in Amorphous Pd39.5Ni39.5P21

An algorithm to Calculate activation Energy Spectra For Structural Relaxation in Amorphous Alloys

Author Index

A Cumulative Subject Index Covering Volumes 97-99 will appear in Volume 99

Details

No. of pages:
563
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 1988
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9780080984841

About the Editor

R.W. Cochrane

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Physique, Universite de Montreal, Quebec, Canada