ASM Handbook Volume 3 Alloy Phase Diagrams



ASTM kinetics of oil shales
Kök, Mustafa Verşan (1998-01-01)
Thermal analysis is increasingly being used to obtain kinetic data relating to sample decomposition. In this research differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) was used to determine the combustion kinetics of three (Can, Himmetoglu and Mengen) oil shale samples by ASTM and Roger & Morris methods. On DSC curves two reaction regions were observed on;oil shale sample studied except Can oil shale. In DSC experiments higher heating rates resulted in higher reaction temperatures and higher heat of reactions. Distin...
SHM studies on Bolu Viaduct, Turkey
Türer, Ahmet (null; 2009-01-01)
FEM Modelling of the Distortion of the Blank Case Hardened Gear Blanks due to Chemical Banding
Şimşir, Caner; Rentsch, Rüdiger; Lütjens, Jörn (null; 2012-09-30)
In this study, a FEM process-chain simulation model is presented for the prediction of distortion of blank and case-hardened SAE 5120 (EN 20MnCr5) steel gear blanks. For this purpose, the evolution of the banded microstructure stemming from the continuous casting process was traced by computer simulations of subsequent shape rolling, forging and machining steps. The calculated flow-net was imported into the in-house heat treatment simulation module empowered with the recently developed "Anisotropic Transfor...
InSb infrared p-i-n photodetectors grown on GaAs coated Si substrates by molecular beam epitaxy
Tevke, A; Beşikci, Cengiz; Van Hoof, C; Borghs, G (1998-06-01)
We report the characteristics and dark current analysis of InSb p-i-n photodetectors grown on GaAs coated Si substrates by molecular beam epitaxy. Excellent InSb crystal quality and reasonably good detector performance were obtained in spite of the large lattice mismatch between InSb and GaAs/Si. In addition to a favourably low leakage current, 400 x 80 mu m(2) detectors yielded a voltage responsivity of 1.2 x 10(4) V W-1 at 77 K and around 4.5 mu m with a zero bias differential resistance of nearly 1 x 10(...
Ataseven, Yolda; Alatan, Abdullah Aydın (2010-09-03)
This paper presents a simple methodology for accurate registration of the available elevation data sources, such as SRTM and ASTER DEM, to high resolution satellite images. For this purpose, widely used rational polynomial functions are utilized to project a point in the elevation data onto the satellite image. These projections are then interpolated in the image domain by using quadratic surface fitting. Possible hole points (empty pixels) are eliminated by using overlapping patches. The errors in SRTM dat...
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İ. Karakaya, ASM Handbook Volume 3 Alloy Phase Diagrams. 2001.