Process-Structure-Property Relationships in Metals

Process-Structure-Property Relationships in Metals

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In this Special Issue of Metals, an open access forum is provided for publishing original papers that the covers direct and effective correlations between a wide range of thermomechanical processing routes and generated microstructure, hence, the final physical and mechanical properties of the materials. The following aspects of the science and engineering of various metals and alloys are covered in this book:
• Original research studies that relate to the understanding of the properties obtained following specific processing/heat treatment route (Experimental, theoretical, and simulation modeling).
• Understanding the mechanisms involved in microstructure evolution and phase transformation during processing of materials, specifically as they relate to the understanding of final mechanical properties.
• Nano/micro/macro structure characterization and chemistry of metals/alloys used in automotive, power generation, nuclear, aerospace, and medical applications.
• Micro/macro texture devolvement during thermo-mechanical processing of metals/alloys.

Title:Process-Structure-Property Relationships in MetalsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:280 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 0.76 inShipping dimensions:280 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 0.76 inPublished:July 17, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3038424560

ISBN - 13:9783038424567

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Table of Contents

1) Atmospheric-Induced Stress Corrosion Cracking of Grade 2205 Duplex Stainless Steel—Effects of 475 °C Embrittlement and Process Orientation
2) Formation and Disruption of W-Phase in High-Entropy Alloys
3) Examination of Solubility Models for the Determination of Transition Metals within Liquid Alkali Metals
4) Grain Boundary Assemblies in Dynamically-Recrystallized Austenitic Stainless Steel
5) The Role of the Bainitic Packet in Control of Impact Toughness in a Simulated CGHAZ of X90
Pipeline Steel
6) Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of J55ERW Steel Pipe Processed by On-Line Spray
Water Cooling
7) In Situ Observation of Crystal Rain and Its Effect on Columnar to Equiaxed Transition
8) Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of an Al-Li-Mg-Sc-Zr Alloy Subjected to ECAP
9) Deformation Characteristic and Constitutive Modeling of 2707 Hyper Duplex Stainless Steel under
Hot Compression
10) Influence of Grain Growth Inhibitors and Powder Size on the Properties of Ultrafine and
Nanostructured Cemented Carbides Sintered in Hydrogen
11) Enhanced Age Strengthening of Mg-Nd-Zn-Zr Alloy via Pre-Stretching
12) Simulation Study on Thermo-Mechanical Controlled Process of 800 MPa-Grade Steel for
Hydropower Penstocks
13) Effects of Current Stressing on the Grain Structure and Mechanical Properties of Ag-Alloy Bonding
Wires with Various Pd and Au Contents
14) Effect of Mo Content on Microstructure and Property of Low-Carbon Bainitic Steels
15) Effect of Titanium on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of High-Carbon Martensitic
Stainless Steel 8Cr13MoV
16) Correlation between Zn-Rich Phase and Corrosion/Oxidation Behavior of Sn–8Zn–3Bi Alloy
17) Effect of Hydrogen and Strain-Induced Martensite on Mechanical Properties of AISI 304 Stainless
18) Effect of Microstructure on Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Ti17 Alloy
19) Impurity Antimony-Induced Creep Property Deterioration and Its Suppression by Rare Earth
Ceriumfor a 9Cr-1Mo Ferritic Heat-Resistant Steel
20) Dynamic Recrystallization and Hot Workability of 316LN Stainless Steel
21) Experimental Verification of Statistically Optimized Parameters for Low-Pressure Cold Spray
Coating of Titanium
22) Microstructure Evolution and High-Temperature Compressibility of Modified Two-Step Strain-
Induced Melt Activation-Processed Al-Mg-Si Aluminum Alloy