Howard J. Stone

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Professor Ulrich Dilthey’s passion for the science and technology of joining processes is amply reflected in the enormous archive of published work which will forever serve the community. It is a pleasure therefore to be able to present this small story as a tribute to someone who has been a scholar, a gentleman and a leader in this most difficult of(More)
The temperature-dependence of the cation distribution in synthetic spinel (MgAl2O4) was investigated using in situ time-of-flight neutron powder diffraction at ISIS, the pulsed-neutron source at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Neutron diffraction patterns of stoichiometric MgAl2O4 were collected on heating from room temperature to ∼1600 K at pressures(More)
Residual stresses that arise as a result of welding can cause distortion, and also have significant implications for structural integrity. Martensitic filler metals with low transformation temperatures can efficiently reduce the residual stresses generated during welding, because the strains associated with the transformation compensate for thermal(More)
The data presented in this article are related to the research article entitled "Laves phase intermetallic matrix composite in situ toughened by ductile precipitates" (Knowles et al.) [1]. The composite comprised a Fe2(Mo, Ti) matrix with bcc (Mo, Ti) precipitated laths produced in situ by an aging heat treatment, which was shown to confer a toughening(More)
Many research topics in condensed matter research, materials science and the life sciences make use of crystallographic methods to study crystalline and non-crystalline matter with neutrons, X-rays and electrons. Articles published in the Journal of Applied Crystallography focus on these methods and their use in identifying structural and(More)
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