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Current issues in recrystallization: a review
The current understanding of the fundamentals of recrystallization is summarized. This includes understanding the as-deformed state. Several aspects of recrystallization are described: nucleation andExpand
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Current issues in recrystallization: A review
Summary The authors have agreed that recrystallization is theformation of a new grain structure in a deformed material by the formation and migration of high angle grain boundaries driven by theExpand
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Creep cavitation in metals
Abstract This review concisely describes the state-of-the-art of the understanding of cavity, or r-type void, formation during stages I and II (primary and secondary) creep in polycrystalline metalsExpand
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Fundamentals of Creep in Metals and Alloys
1.0 Introduction A. Description of Creep B. Objectives 2.0 Five-Power-Law Creep A. Macroscopic Relationships B. Microstructural Observations C. Rate-Controlling Mechanisms D. Other Effects onExpand
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Backstress, the Bauschinger Effect and Cyclic Deformation
Backstresses or long range internal stresses (LRIS) in the past have been suggested by many to exist in plastically deformed crystalline materials. Elevated stresses can be present in regions ofExpand
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Creep of zirconium and zirconium alloys
Cumulative zirconium and zirconium alloy creep data over a broad range of stresses (0.1 to 115 MPa) and temperatures (300 °C to 850 °C) were analyzed based on an extensive literature review andExpand
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New directions in mechanics
Abstract The Division of Materials Sciences and Engineering of the US Department of Energy (DOE) sponsored a workshop to identify cutting-edge research needs and opportunities, enabled by theExpand
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Silicide layer growth rates in Mo/Si multilayers.
The thermal stability of sputter-deposited Mo/Si multilayers was investigated by annealing studies at relatively low temperatures (˜ 250-350 °C) for various times (0.5-3000 h). Two distinct stages ofExpand
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X-ray microbeam measurements of individual dislocation cell elastic strains in deformed single-crystal copper
The distribution of elastic strains (and thus stresses) at the submicrometre length scale within deformed metal single crystals has remarkably broad implications for our understanding of importantExpand
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