Structural materials: engineering application through scientific insight : proceedings of a meeting held at the National Physical Laboratory on 25-26 April 1995 to celebrate the 80th birthday of Donald McLean
Institute of Materials, Oct 1, 1996 - Architecture - 325 pages
An international meeting held to honour, on his 80th birthday, the lifetime contributions to physical metallurgy of Donald McLean. Distinguished authors from China, Australia, the United States and Japan as well as the EU, have contributed 19 papers concentrating on grain boundaries and creep deformation and fracture.
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Atomistic Simulation of Interactions between Grain Boundaries and Dislocations
Grain Boundaries and Their Significance at Elevated Temperatures
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Acta Metall alloys applied stress atomic austenitic austenitic stainless steels B. F. Dyson behaviour boron carbide carbon nanotube cavitation cavity components composite cosegregation crack initiation creep curves creep deformation creep rate creep strain creep testing creep-fatigue deformation diffusion creep Donald McLean ductility effect electron elevated temperature embrittlement Engineering equation equation-set experimental fatigue fiber fracture grain boundary sliding high temperature increase Inst interaction interface intergranular damage intergranular fracture lattice M. S. Loveday matrix measurements mechanism metal matrix composite metallurgical microcracks micrograph microstructure multiaxial nanotube National Physical Laboratory Ni-rich nickel-base Nimonic 80A notched nucleation number of cycles observed orientation parameters particles polycrystalline power law predicted properties push-pull Rachinger grain boundary Reference Materials Science segregation shear shear stress shown in Fig single crystal specimens stainless steels strain rate strength stress rupture structure superalloys superplastic surface T. G. Langdon tensile torsion uncertainty uniaxial