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Solid phase transformations.


Solid phase transformations.

Ed. by J. Cermak and I. Stloukal.

Trans Tech Publications


480 pages



Diffusion and defect data. Pt. B, Solid state phenomena; v.138


The 34 papers invited to this volume describe phase transformations, non-diffusion transformations, the thermodynamics of solid state transformations, and the diffusion processes that control the kinetics of diffusive transformations in the bulk and close to interfaces. The Eastern European and Russian contributors investigate the properties of aluminum-chromium alloy powder, the influence of preliminary mechanical activation on self-propagating high-temperature synthesis, passive state degradation of stainless steel welds, and shape memory alloys. The final two atomic structure papers review the atypical behavior of complex metallic alloys and computer techniques for modeling polymer chains in confinement.

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