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Advanced Structural Materials – 2012: Volume 1485. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 4060232
  • Book
  • 181 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This volume is a compilation of papers that were presented at Symposium 7D of the XXI International Conference of the Mexican Academy of Materials Science – MRS Mexico, organised in collaboration with MRS, 'Advanced Structural Materials', which was held from August 13th to 18th, 2012 in Cancun, Mexico. The symposium was devoted to fundamental and technological applications of structural materials, and continued the tradition of providing a forum for scientists from various backgrounds with a common interest in the development and use of structural materials to come together and share their findings and expertise.
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1. Prediction of hot flow curves of construction steels by physically-based constitutive equations;
2. Recent advances on bulk tantalum carbide produced by solvothermal synthesis and spark plasma sintering;
3. Removal of lead ions in an aqueous medium with activated carbon fibers;
4. Finite element simulation of steel quench distortion – parametric analysis of processing variables;
5. 3D computational simulation of multi-impact shot peening;
6. Study of aluminum degasification with impeller-injector assisted by physical modeling;
7. Glass ceramic materials of the SiO2-CaO-MgO-Al2 O3 system: structural characterization and fluorine effect;
8. Effect of controlled corrosion attack with HCl acid on the fatigue endurance of aluminum alloy AISI 6063-T5, under rotating bending fatigue tests;
9. The influence of modifiers on the pigmentary properties of titanium dioxide;
10. Phase formation at selective laser synthesis in Al2 O3-TiO2-Y2 O3 powder compositions;
11. Nanostructured ceramic oxides containing ferrite nanoparticles and produced by mechanical milling;
12. Recycled HDPE-tetrapack composites. isothermal crystallization, light scattering and mechanical properties;
13. Effect of boron on the continuous cooling transformation kinetics in a low carbon advanced ultra-high strength steel (A-UHSS);
14. Effect of mechanical activation on the crystallization and properties of iron-rich glass materials;
15. Effects of holding time on haz-softening in resistance spot welded DP980 steels;
16. Effect of slag on mixing time in gas-stirred ladles assisted with a physical model;
17. Synthesis and characterization of ceramic composites of the binary system Ba0.75 Sr0.25 AlSi2.08-Al2 O3;
18. Effect of the ratio Mo/Cr in the precipitation and distribution of carbides in alloyed nodular iron;
19. Decarburization of hot-rolled non-oriented electrical steels;
20. Effect of cooling rate on the formation and distribution of carbides in nodular iron alloyed with Cr;
21. Effects of austenitizing temperature and cooling rate on the phase transformation texture in hot rolled steels;
22. Fracture behavior of heat treated liquid crystalline polymers;
23. Dynamically recrystallized austenitic grain in a low carbon advanced ultra-high strength steel (A-UHSS) microalloyed with boron under hot deformation conditions;
24. Magnetization study of the kinetic arrest of martensitic transformation in As-quenched Ni52.2 Mn34.3 In13.5 melt spun ribbons;
25. Thermal properties of Cu-Hf-Ti metallic glass compositions;
26. On the characterization of eutectic grain growth during solidification.
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Hector A. Calderon Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico.

Armando Salinas-Rodriguez Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico.

Heberto Balmori-Ramirez Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico.
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