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    M3D III: Mechanics and Mechanisms of Material Damping

    Wolfenden A, Kinra VK
    Published: 1997

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    STP 1304 contains the latest research results on the fundamentals and applications of techniques for measuring and interpreting damping in all types of solids.

    The world’s leading experts in the field have presented 28 comprehensive papers covering various aspects of damping, including both fundamental research and technological applications. Topics explored include: Nonlinear effects of boundaries; • Viscoelastic damping; • Grain boundary damping; • High temperature damping; • Ceramics; • Martensitic and solid-liquid phase changes; • Magnetomechanical damping; • Elastothermodynamic damping; • Layered and intercalated materials; • Modeling; and • Longitudinal and flexural vibrations.

    Table of Contents


    High-Temperature Internal Friction and Intergranular Fracture in Ni-Cr Alloys

    Dislocation Amplitude-Dependent Damping in Crystals

    A Study of the Internal Friction Associated with Discontinuous Precipitation in Lead-Tin Alloys

    Composite Rotorcraft Flexbeams with Viscoelastic Damping Layers for Aeromechanical Stability Augmentation

    Modeling Dislocation Breakaway Damping and Harmonic Generation

    Mechanical Damping in the Martensitic Phase of Cu-Al-Ni Crystals

    Magnetomechanical Damping in Thermally Sprayed Fe-Cr-X Coatings

    Damping Due to Grain Boundary Sliding in Zirconia and Alumina

    Investigation of the High-Temperature Damping of the Nickel-Base Superalloy CMSX-4 in the kHz-Range

    Magnetoplastic Effect: Relaxation of the Dislocation Structure and Microcreep of Nonmagnetic Crystals

    Effect of Crystalline and Magnetic Structure on Magnetomechanical Damping of Fe-Cr-Based Alloys

    Internal Friction Spectrum Analysis for Complex Alloyed Austenitic Steels

    Critical Experimental Data on the Snoek-Köster Relaxation and Their Explanation by the Coupling Model

    Mechanism for the High Damping State in Alloys of the Fe-Al System

    Comparison of Elastic and Anelastic Properties of SiC and MoSi2/Ti5Si3 as a Function of Temperature

    Young's Modulus and Mechanical Loss in PZT Ceramics Associated with Phase Transitions

    An Experimental Comparison of the In-Air and Underwater Damping Properties of Composite Cylinders

    Amplitude-Dependent Damping in YBCO Ceramics Between 6.5 K and 290 K

    Anelasticity of Single and Polycrystalline Materials by the Resonant Sphere Technique (RST)

    Snoek Relaxation in Fe-Cr Alloys (O to 100%Cr)

    Factors Affecting the Damping Capacity of TiC Particle Reinforced Zinc-22 Aluminum Composites

    Amplitude-Dependent Material Damping—Old Beliefs and New Facts: Working Toward a Synthesizing Model

    Damping Behavior of 6061 Al/SiC/Gr Spray-Deposited Composites

    Modeling the Damping Mechanism in Electrorheological Fluid Based Dampers

    Probabilistic Technique Related to Amplitude-Dependent Damping Under Combined Stresses

    A Review of the Physical Metallurgy and Damping Characteristics of High Damping Cu-Mn Alloys

    Snoek Relaxation in Ternary Body-Centered-Cubic Alloys

    Computer Model of Zener Relaxation

    Committee: E28

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1304-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5362-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2417-2