Ordered Intermetallics -- Physical Metallurgy and Mechanical Behaviour

by C. T. Liu

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Ordered intermetallics constitute a unique class of metallic materials which may be developed as new-generation materials for structural use at high temperatures in hostile environments. At present, there is a worldwide interest in intermetallics, and extensive efforts have been devoted to intermetallic research and development in the U.S., Japan, European countries, and other nations. As a result, significant advances have been made in all areas of intermetallic research. This NATO Advanced Workshop on ordered intermetallics (1) reviews the recent progress, and (2) assesses the future direction of intermetallic research in the areas of electronic structure and phase stability, deformation and fracture, and high-temperature properties. The book is divided into six parts: (1) Electronic Structure and Phase Stability; (2) Deformation and Dislocation Structures; (3) Ductility and Fracture; (4) Kinetic Processes and Creep Behavior; (5) Research Programs and Highlights; and (6) Assessment of Current Research and Recommendation for Future Work.
The first four parts review the recent advances in the three focus areas. The fifth part provides highlights of the intermetallic research under major programs and in different institutes and countries. The last part provides a forum for the discussion of research areas for future studies.

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Other titlesProceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Irsee, Germany, June 23-28, 1991
Statementedited by C.T. Liu, R.W. Cahn, G. Sauthoff
SeriesNATO ASI Series, Series E: Applied Sciences, 0168-132X -- 213, NATO ASI series -- 213.
ContributionsCahn, R. W., Sauthoff, G.
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (712 pages 146 illustrations).
Number of Pages712
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27079156M
ISBN 109401125341
ISBN 109789401125345
OCLC/WorldCa840309502

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