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The Effect of Skelp Thickness on Precipitate Size and Morphology for X70 Microalloyed Steel Using Rietveld Refinement (Quantitative X-ray Diffraction)Download
Precipitates in thin-walled (11 mm) and thick-walled X70 (17 mm) microalloyed X70 pipe steel are characterized using Rietveld refinement (a.k.a. quantitative X-ray diffraction (QXRD)), inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP), and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX) analyses....
Transverse tensile samples were extracted from the centreline position of three different compositions of uncoated thick walled microalloyed X70 UOE pipe at a location 180° from the weld. Aging heat treatments of 5, 15, and 25 minutes and temperatures of 175, 215, and 255°C were applied. Tensile...
Hypereutectic Al-18wt.%Si alloy is widely used in automotive industry as a wear resistant alloy for engine components. However, in the last few years, this traditional composition is being considered for processing by different rapid solidification methods. Positive points include its low thermal...
Dilatometry is the most accurate and common method for measuring the kinetics of phase transformations in solid specimens. Despite the development of a more accurate technique, an inferior method, i.e., the lever rule, is widely used in the scientific community to interpret raw dilatometry data....
Articular cartilage injuries do not heal and large defects result in osteoarthritis with major personal and socioeconomic costs. Osteochondral transplantation is an effective treatment for large joint defects but its use is limited by the inability to store cartilage for long periods of time....