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Metastable metallic glasses

Metastable metallic glasses

principles and applications

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Published by Taylor & Francis in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Papers presented at a workshop held in Turin, 8th-10th March 1989.

Statement[edited by U. Valdre and E.A. Davis].
SeriesPhilosophical magazine B -- vol. 61 (4)
ContributionsValdre , U., Davis, Edward Arthur.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14351976M

  1. Introduction. Glasses have been manufactured from silica and related oxides for more than years. A glass is characterized by its lack of long-range atomic order and exhibits a glass transition manifested by a change in the thermodynamic properties, such as specific heat and thermal expansion coefficient during heating or a theoretical point of view the glass transition. Get this from a library! Metallic glasses and their composites. [Dmitri V Louzguine-Luzgin] -- The formation of metallic glasses and dual-phase composite/hybrid materials is reviewed, as well as the glass transition process and the resulting structural phenomena. These materials exhibit high.

Interest in finding binary alloys that can form bulk metallic glasses has stimulated recent work on the Cu–Zr system, which is known to show glass formation over a wide composition range. This work focuses on copper mold casting of Cu 50 Zr 50 (at.%), and it is shown that fully amorphous rods up to 2-mm diameter can be obtained. Background. Metallic glasses are metastable materials, which crystallize when heated up to temperatures exceeding their crystallization temperature T c [1,2].A metallic glass partially crystallized in a controlled manner contains nanocrystals in an amorphous matrix.

Metallic glasses look shiny and opaque, like metals, and also like metals, they conduct heat and electricity. But they're way stronger than most metals, which means they can withstand a lot of force without getting bent or dented, making ultrasharp scalpels, and ultrastrong electronics cases, hinges, screws; the list goes on.   Metallic glasses exhibit excellent corrosion resistance and electrocatalytic properties, and present extensive potential applications as anticorrosion, antiwearing, and catalysis materials in many industries. The effects of minor alloying element, microstructure, and service environment on the corrosion resistance, pitting corrosion, and electrocatalytic efficiency of metallic glasses are.


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Part of the Springer Theses book series (Springer Theses comparisons to metallic glass data. Phys. Rev. E 70, () ADS CrossRef Google Scholar.

Reynolds, On the dilatancy of media composed of rigid particles. With experimental illustrations. Metastable Glasses. In: Metastable Glassy States Under External Perturbations.

Kemény, I. Vincze, B. Fogarassy und S. Arajs, “Structure and Crystallisation of Fe-B Metallic Glasses”, Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest () Google Scholar General References P.

Duwez, “Metastable Phases Obtained by Rapid Solidification”, in: “Energetics in Metallurgical Phenomena”, Vol.1, Editor: W.M. Mueller, Gordon. Introduction. In the fourth edition of Physical Metallurgy, “metastable states of alloys” were covered in the chapter by Cahn and Greer ().That chapter included coverage of metallic glasses (MGs) as one example of the metastable states of interest at that time.

Book Description. Reflecting the fast pace of research in the field, the Second Edition of Bulk Metallic Glasses has been thoroughly updated and remains essential reading on the subject. It incorporates major advances in glass forming ability, corrosion behavior, and mechanical properties.

Metallic glasses (MGs), which are also known as amorphous metals, are formed by quenching the melts at a super high cooling rate (e. 10 6 K/s) to avoid crystallization. Compared with ordinary metals, there is no long‐range translational order and crystalline Metastable metallic glasses book in by: Abstract.

A general survey of the production, the properties, and the application of metallic glasses, is presented. Especially, the nature of the glass transformation as well as the preconditions for a high glass formation ability are entered into. Shape-memory alloys and metallic glasses have Metastable metallic glasses book connected by dispersing a metastable crystalline phase throughout an amorphous matrix.

In metastable crystalline phase-reinforced BMGCs, the deformability is effectively boosted using the concept of transformation-induced plasticity (TRIP). These composites possess large ductility. Glass forming ability (GFA), thermal stability and microhardness of Ni 51−x Cu x W B (x = 0, 5) metallic glasses have been investigated.

For each alloy, thin sheets of samples having thickness of 20 µm and µm were synthesized by piston and anvil method in a vacuum arc furnace. Metallic glasses or amorphous metals are novel engineering alloys in which the structure is not crystalline (as it is in most metals) but rather is disordered, with the atoms occupying more-or-less random positions in the structure.

In this sense, metallic glasses are similar to the more familiar oxide glasses such as the soda-lime glasses used for windows and bottles. Generally speaking, emulsions/colloidal systems and glasses are metastable e.g. the metastability of silica glass is characterised by lifetimes of the order of 10 98 years compared with the lifetime of the Universe which is about 1410 9 years.

Sandpiles are one system which can exhibit metastability if a steep slope or tunnel is present. Purchase Rapidly Quenched Metals - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. [email protected]{osti_, title = {Metastable metallic hydrogen glass}, author = {Nellis, W J}, abstractNote = {The quest for metallic hydrogen has been going on for over one hundred years.

Before hydrogen was first condensed into a liquid init was commonly thought that condensed hydrogen would be a metal, like the monatomic alkali metals below hydrogen in the first column of the Periodic. The authors’ contributions relating to metastable materials demonstrate the behavior of amorphous/bulk metallic glasses and some nonequilibrium materials.

The authors’ contributions relating to spintronic materials explain the principles and equations underlying the physics, transport, and dynamics of spin in solid-state systems. Metallic glasses are far less stable with respect to nucleation and growth of crystals than are the more common traditional oxide glasses.

Over the thirty years which have followed these early studies, the techniques of vapor liquid is in a metastable state for which entropy, free energy and other thermodynamic state.

These "bulk" metallic glass forming alloys have been cast from the melt into glass samples with the smallest dimension ranging from millimeters to centimeters. BOOK TITLE: Metastable. Book Editor(s): Prof. Dieter M. Herlach These results are discussed on the basis of a phase separation process that determines the formation of the metastable quasi‐crystalline phase that is in good agreement with the behavior of other known bulk metallic glass‐forming systems.

Phase Transformations in Multicomponent Melts. Depending on the β stability, different phase transformations may occur in β-type titanium, resulting in various mechanical this paper, a metastable β-type bulk metallic glass (BMG) composite Ti Zr 33 Cu Co 3 Be was investigated and analyzed using dynamic mechanical spectroscopy.

During the heating below the glass transition temperature, the nano-sized ω-Ti phase. A model alloy, Mg69Zn27Yb4, concurrently forms bulk metallic glass, metastable quasicrystals (QCs), and crystalline approximant phases from the melt.

We demonstrate that a transient QC phase nucleates first from the melt and subsequently transforms into an equilibrium approximant phase.

This nucleation path is likely to be a general mechanism in metastable QC-forming systems. Metallic glasses have attractive properties, but since the glassy state is inherently metastable, they are not normally considered for applications at elevated temperatures.

Yet, studies have shown that multicomponent and pseudo high-entropy (PHE) compositions can confer useful heat resistance. The formation, thermal stability, and mechanical. Bulk metallic glass composites (BMGCs) containing an in-situ formed metastable β phase (β-type BMGCs) being capable of transforming to martensites, are a promising class of alloys.

Nonetheless, the influence of the structural metastability of β phases on the deformation mechanisms of BMGCs remains largely unclear. The metastable nature of metallic glasses (MGs) limits their applications.

We report the formation of a stable Pd Ni Cu P MG with bulk size under high pressure at room temperature. The stable MG shows remarkably enhanced thermal and kinetic stability with substantially increased glass transition temperature T g, crystallization temperature T x, density and mechanical. Metastable, mechanically alloyed and nanocrystalline materials belong to a group of materials having very promising characteristics.

In the present book, major new advances are reported in the field of bulk metallic glasses and bulk nanocrystalline materials; as prepared using devitrification or mechanical alloying and compaction.Structural rejuvenation of glasses not only provides fundamental insights into their complicated dynamics but also extends their practical applications.

However, it is formidably challenging to rejuvenate a glass on very short time scales. Here, we present the first experimental evidence that a specially designed shock compression technique can rapidly rejuvenate metallic glasses to extremely.