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MiCon 86: Optimization of Processing, Properties, and Service Performance Through Microstructural Control
Bramfitt BL, Benn RC, Brinkman CR, Vander Voort GF
STP 979 presents 11 papers that focus on advanced and high temperature materials for the 1990’s and beyond. The papers are divided into three sections: high-temperature materials for power generation, including ferritic and austenitic steels; advanced high-temperature materials for the gas turbine engine and advanced processing, including particle metallurgy and directional solidification; and advanced materials for ground transportation, including one paper on composites.
Table of Contents
Development of Microstructure to Optimize Mechanical Performance of Power Generation Equipment
Effects of Residual Elements in Heavy Forgings: Past, Present, and Future
Bodnar R., Cappellini R.
New Low Chromium Ferritic Pressure Vessel Steels
Klueh R., Swindeman R., Todd J.
Microstructural Stability and Control for Improved Irradiation Resistance and for High-Temperature Strength of Austenitic Stainless Steels
The Role of Electron Microscopy in Gas Turbine Materials Development
Smashey R., Sprague R.
Trends in Atomization and Consolidation of Powders for High-Temperature Aerospace Materials
Microstructure-Property Relationships in Directionally Solidified Single-Crystal Nickel-Base Superalloys
MacKay R., Nathal M.
Development of Nickel and Nickel-Iron Aluminides for Elevated-Temperature Structural Use
Microstructure and Property Relationships in Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Alloys
Alloy Chemistry and Microstructural Control to Meet the Demands of the Automotive Stirling Engine
Control of Fiber Architecture for Tough Net-Shaped Structural Composites
Ko F., Pastore C., Whyte D.
Paper ID: STP979-EB
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