Deformation, Processing, and Properties of Structural Materials: Proceedings of the Honorary Symposium for Professor Oleg D. Sherby, Held at the 2000 TMS Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, March 14-16, 2000
Eric M. Taleff, Chol K. Syn, Donald R. Lesuer
TMS, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 390 pages
Held in honor of Professor Oleg D. Sherby, this symposia held at the 2000 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition presented new research and review articles on several areas in which Professor Sherby made an impact: the processing and properties of ultrahigh-carbon steels, creep behavior, and superplasticity.
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The Evolution of Ultrahigh Carbon SteelsFrom the Great Pyramids
A History of the Patenting and Licensing of Ultra High Carbon Steels
Superplasticity and Strength of Ultrahigh Carbon Steels Extruded
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Acta Metall activation energy Al-Mg aluminum alloys annealing austenite C.K. Syn carbide particles carbon steels cementite ceramics cooling crack creep behavior creep deformation creep rate creep resistance curves D.R. Lesuer decrease deformation mechanism densification diffusion creep diffusional dislocation density dispersion strengthened ductility edge dislocation effect elevated temperature equation eutectoid exhibit experimental extruded ferrite Figure film fine-grained flow stress fracture toughness grain boundary grain boundary sliding grain size H.J. McQueen heat high strain rates high temperature high-strain-rate superplasticity HSLA Steels increase interfaces iron laminated composite lattice matrix microstructure misorientation O.D. Sherby observed parameters pearlite plot polycrystalline powder power-law predicted prestrained properties recrystallization region reinforcements room temperature samples screw dislocation shown in Fig specimens spheroidized strength strengthening stress exponent stress relaxation subgrain superplastic flow superplastic forming tensile ductility tests texture thermal cycling threshold stress Trans transformation UHCS UHCSs unpassivated Wadsworth wt pct