Textures of Materials : ICOTOM 13: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Textures of Materials, Seoul, Korea, August 26-30, 2002, Part 1

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Dong Nyung Lee
Trans Tech Publications, 2002 - Materials - 1794 pages
Texture is a fundamental material characteristic which results from the microstructural evolution that takes place during various processes, including the thermomechanical deformation of materials. Therefore, texture-related phenomena will continue to be of great importance, because of their scientific interest as well as their effect upon industrial applications, in the 21st century. This volume deals with all of the themes which are related to texture phenomena in both conventional and advanced materials, including: ceramics, thin films, polymers, nanocrystalline materials, rocks and composites. The papers cover various texture-related fields: quantitative texture analysis, experimental measurement, modeling, micro-texture analysis, deformation textures, recrystallization and grain growth textures, anisotropic properties, textures in steels, textures in Al and Al-Alloys, textures in thin films, and textures in ceramics, intermetallics and polymers, etc.

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Structure and Formation of Polymer Single Crystal Textures
Texturing and Grain Boundary Engineering for Materials Design and Development

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