- Language: English
- 350 Pages
- Published: August 2012
Intermetallic-Based Alloys for Structural and Functional Applications: Volume 1295. MRS Proceedings
- ID: 2129715
- June 2014
- 484 Pages
- Cambridge University Press
Symposium N, 'Intermetallic-Based Alloys for Structural and Functional Applications', was held November 29–December 3 at the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. Intermetallics for functional and structural applications were covered, and topics ranged from first-principles calculations and the investigation of thermodynamics of intermetallic alloy systems, through characterizing defect structures to the evaluation of mechanical properties, corrosion behavior and processing of intermetallic alloys. Within the realm of functional applications, investigations on NiTi-based shape memory alloys, intermetallic-related alloys for hydrogen storage, and intermetallic phases with thermoelectric or catalytic properties, were of major interest. For structural applications, aluminides of titanium, iron, nickel and a variety of silicides were covered. Besides research on these more established intermetallic phases, recent advances in novel co-based superalloys and basic research on Laves phases were presented. This volume presents a representative overview of the current state of research on intermetallic phases, providing an insight into the current state of development of individual intermetallic alloy systems and identifying areas for future research.
Part I - Intermetallic Shape Memory Alloys;
Part II - Iron Aluminides;
Part III - Titanium Aluminides I-Physical Metallurgy, Processing, and Properties;
Part IV - Titanium Aluminides II-Structure, Properties, and Coatings;
Part V - Poster Session;
Part VI - Laves Phase Alloys-Processing, Microstructure, and Properties;
Part VII - Molybdenum and Niobium Silicide-Based Alloys;
Part VIII - Nickel Aluminides, Nickel Superalloys, Cobalt Alloys;
Part IX - Fundamental Aspects of Functional Intermetallics.
Bernard P. Bewlay
K. Sharvan Kumar Brown University, Rhode Island.
Kyosuke Yoshimi Tohoku University, Japan.