Chemistry and physics of rapidly solidified materials: proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Chemistry and Physics of Metals Committee of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, the Corrosion and Environmental Effects Committee of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, and the Phase Transformation Activity of the American Society for Metals, held at the fall meeting of the Metallurgical Society of AIME, St. Louis, Missouri, October 26-27, 1982
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Rapid Solidification of Highly Undercooled Alloy Droplets
The Formation of Coarse Intermetallics in Rapidly
Structure Development in MeltSpun Superalloy Ribbons
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activation energy alternative crystallization phases aluminum amorphous alloys amorphous metals analysis annealing anodic atomic austenite calculated carbides chemical chromite chromium coarsening coating coercive force composition concentration Conf cooling rate corrosion resistance crystalline curvature curve decreased dendritic density diameter dislocation droplets effect elements embrittlement etch experimental Fourth Int glassy alloys heat high speed steels hydrogen hydrogen embrittlement increase interface irradiation Japan Inst kinetics laser layer liquid martensite Masumoto melt melt spinning Metallic Glasses metalloid metastable micrograph microstructure morphology Ni-Nb nickel nucleation observed obtained orbital Ostwald ripening oxide particles peak pearlite Phys pitting plasma potential precipitates Proc produced Quenched Metals Sendai rapid solidification Rapidly Quenched Metals rapidly solidified regions ribbon samples Sendai shear shown in Figure shows solid solid-liquid mixtures solution specimen sputter stainless steel structure substrate supercooling surface Suzuki taconite technique thermal titanium transformation undercooling volume fraction X-ray