Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of High Dose Self-ion Irradiated Nanostructured Ferritic Alloys

Aydoğan Güngör, Eda
Maloy, Stuart
Gigax, Jonathan
Price, Lloyd
Chen, Di
Chen, Tianyi
Wang, Xuemei
Garner, Frank
Shao, Lin


Microstructure and mechanical properties of high dose self-ion irradiated nanostructured ferritic alloys produced by various processing methods
Aydoğan Güngör, Eda; Maloy, Stuart; Shao, Lin; Gigax, Jonathan; Price, Lloyd; Chen, Di; Odette, Robert; Hoelzer, David; Lewandowski, John; Anderson, Iver (2018-07-13)
Microstructure and nanomechanical behavior of sputtered CuNb thin films
Abboud, Mohammad; Motallebzadeh, Amir; Duygulu, Özgür; Maaß, Robert; Özerinç, Sezer (2021-09-01)
We report on the mechanical properties of Cu–Nb alloys produced by combinatorial magnetron sputtering. Depending on the composition, the microstructure is either fully amorphous (~30–65 at.% Cu), a dispersion of Cu crystallites in an amorphous matrix (~70 at.%), or a dominant crystalline phase with separated nanoscale amorphous zones (~80 at.% Cu). Nanomechanical probing of the different microstructures reveals that the hardness of the fully amorphous alloy is much higher than a rule of mixture would predic...
Microstructural and dielectric properties of naphthalene based polyamide/β-Ni(OH)2 nanocomposites
Sezer, Selda; Öz, Erdinc; ALTIN, SERDAR; Vural, Sema; GÜLTEK, AHMET; KÖYTEPE, SÜLEYMAN; Nilüfer Kıvılcım, F. (2018-01-01)
Background: Aromatic polyamides are important materials having outstanding thermal, electronic and mechanical properties among high performance polymers and industrial plastics. In addition, aromatic polyamides can be utilized in electronic devices with their low dielectric constant which indicates the storage capacity of these devices. Objective: Free volume is very important for dielectric materials and increase in free volume of a polymer reduces its dielectric constant. The aims of the current study are...
Microstructural characterization and tensile properties of hot pressed Al-SiC composites prepared from pure Al and Cu powders
Ögel, Bilgehan; Gürbüz, Rıza (2001-03-31)
A conventional hot pressing method was used to produce Al-Cu-SiC particulate metal matrix composites. The matrix alloy was prepared from elemental powders of Al and 5 wt.% Cu. The composite comprises 13.3 or 27.2 vol.% SiCp with an average size of 10 mum. The powder mixtures were hot pressed uniaxially under nitrogen atmosphere. It is shown that Cu aids in the Formation of a liquid phase. Practically pore free structures are obtained after pressing at 600 degreesC, Elastic modulus, tensile strength and yiel...
Microstructure and mechanical properties of squeeze cast intermetallic magnesium silicide dispersed aluminum-silicon-magnesium alloys
Soyer, Önder Muzaffer; Sarıoğlu, Filiz; Kalkanlı, Ali; Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (1997)
Citation Formats
E. Aydoğan Güngör et al., “Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of High Dose Self-ion Irradiated Nanostructured Ferritic Alloys,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/86920.