Nondestructive Characterization of Materials VIII

  • Robert E. GreenJr.

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Laser Ultrasonics I

    1. Jean-Pierre Monchalin, Denis Drolet
      Pages 1-6
    2. Todd W. Murray, Kevin C. Baldwin, James W. Wagner
      Pages 7-12
    3. Alain Blouin, Philippe Delaye, Denis Drolet, Louis-Anne de Montmorillon, Jean Claude Launay, Gerald Roosen et al.
      Pages 13-19
    4. G. J. Dunning, D. M. Pepper, M. P. Chiao, P. V. Mitchell, T. R. O’Meara
      Pages 21-26
    5. A. Moreau, M. Lord
      Pages 27-32
    6. Hidetoshi Nakano, Youichi Matsuda, Satoshi Nagai
      Pages 33-38
    7. Steven Dixon, Christoper Edwards, Stuart B. Palmer
      Pages 39-45
    8. Sergey Egerev, Leonid Lyamshev, Yaroslav Simanovskii
      Pages 47-52
  3. Laser Ultrasonics II

    1. David W. Blodgett, James B. Spicer
      Pages 53-57
    2. Kenneth R. Yawn, Thomas E. Drake Jr., Mark A. Osterkamp
      Pages 59-65
    3. M. Choquet, D. Lévesque, C. Néron, B. Reid, M. Viens, J.-P. Monchalin et al.
      Pages 73-78
    4. K. L. Telschow, V. A. Deason, K. L. Ricks, R. S. Schley
      Pages 79-84
    5. Pavel Fomitchov, Sridhar Krishnaswamy, Jan D. Achenbach
      Pages 97-103
    6. K. A. Roome, R. F. Caller, P. A. Payne, R. J. Dewhurst
      Pages 105-110
    7. A. D. W. McKie, R. C. Addison Jr.
      Pages 111-116
    8. David H. Hurley, James B. Spicer, James W. Wagner, Todd W. Murray
      Pages 117-124
  4. Nonlinear Effects

  5. Process Control I

    1. O. Buck, C. G. Ojard, D. J. Barnard, D. K. Rehbein
      Pages 183-188
    2. George A. Alers, Pat Purtscher, John F. Breedis, Frank N. Mandigo
      Pages 189-195
    3. B. Igarashi, G. A. Alers, P. T. Purtscher
      Pages 197-203
    4. M. A. Davies, S. E. Fick, C. J. Evans, G. V. Blessing
      Pages 205-209
    5. R. C. Addison Jr., A. Safaeinili, A. D. W. McKie
      Pages 211-216
    6. Dale W. Fitting, William P. Dube’, Thomas A. Siewert
      Pages 217-221
  6. Process Control II

    1. K. W. Hollman, P. T. Purtscher, C. M. Fortunko
      Pages 223-227
    2. Masahiro Nakamura, Hirokazu Yokoyama, Masaki Yamano, Riichi Murayama
      Pages 235-238
    3. A. L. Bartos, J. O. Strycek, R. J. Gewalt, H. Loertscher, T. C. Chang
      Pages 239-244
    4. G. Kohn, Y. Greenberg, O. Tevet, O. Yeheskel, Y. Feuerlicht, U. Admon et al.
      Pages 245-250
    5. D. Stegemann, W. Reimche, K. L. Feiste, B. Heutling
      Pages 269-275
    6. R. H. Gassner
      Pages 277-284
    7. Reza Zoughi, Christian Huber, Stoyan I. Ganchev, Radin Mirshahi, Emarit Ranu, Thomas Johnson
      Pages 285-290
  7. Microwaves

About this book


Different physical models for the Snoek-type relaxation in ternary systems (Fe-C-Me) are analyzed from the viewpoint of a distance of interatomic interaction taken into account: For non-saturated from the viewpoint of overlapping of interatomic interaction in b.c.c. alloys the physically sufficient and optimal for the computer simulation is the short-range model, which takes into account the interatomic interaction and the average amount of substitutional atoms in the first coordination shell, only. For high alloyed b.c.c. systems (i.e. with the overlapped interatomic interaction) the carbon atom undergoes an interaction of a few substitutional atoms simultaneously. That leads to the appearance of one broadened Snoek peak. Activation energy of such a peak is summed from the "elastic" and "chemical" interatomic interactions. Experimental results for alloys with b.c.c. solid solution structure and its computer simulations allow to introduce the new criterion for the high alloy state of monophase steels: the high alloyed state corresponds to the situation when substitutional atoms can not be considered any longer as the isolated atoms. From the viewpoint of mechanical spectroscopy this situation corresponds to the appearance of one broadened IF Snoek-type peak instead of two peaks existed for the steels with lower substitutional atom concentration.


Vakuuminjektionsverfahren X-Ray alloy cement liquid materials characterization spectroscopy ultrasound

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