A Study of production of miscibility gap alloys with controlled structures
R. A. Parr, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 37 pages
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99.9 percent pure Aligned rod Alloys With Controlled aluminum aluminum-bismuth ANALYSIS OF SPECIMEN applied current Battelle's specimens bismuth characteristics of specimen cm/hr cold rolled copper matrix Cu-Nb Alloy CURRENT AMP current at 4.3K current density current is greater Current-voltage characteristics current-voltage relation diameter directional solidification directionally solidified dopant EDAX ANALYSIS Electrical resistivity filaments function of temperature Marshall Space Flight melting microprobe Miscibility Gap Alloys miscibility gap materials MSFC NASA negative resistance negative voltage response Niobium in bronze normal resistivity value percent pure copper phase diagram powder metallurgy probes Processes Laboratory Production of Miscibility quench block relations of sample Resistance Thermometer Resistivity-current characteristics Resistivity-current relations RESISTIVITY-TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTICS sample C-5 SAMPLES FOR SUPERCONDUCTIVITY Seebeck Seebeck coefficients shown in Figure Small Rods solidified at 1200°C Space Flight Center specimen 71CNA52 directionally Specimen 81CNA42 specimen 81CNA47-B specimen B-4 specimen holder Specimen NbBr 169 superconductivity measurement transition temperature range tunnelling effect twelve specimens Waterbury's etchant