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Oxidation of Intermetallics

by H. J. Grabke

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Published by Vch Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Materials science,
  • Metals technology / metallurgy,
  • Metallurgy,
  • Physics,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMichael Schutze (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages366
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9695320M
    ISBN 103527295097
    ISBN 109783527295098

    The fascinating world of intermetallics is largely unexplored. There are many exciting physical properties and important technological applications of intermetallics, from magnetism to superconductivity. The main focus of this book is on the statistics, topology and geometry of crystal structures and structure types of intermetallic phases.   METALLIC MATERIALS - INTERMETALLICS Properties and Applications: Molybdenum disilicide (MoSi2) This material is used for making heating elements for high temperature furnaces. At high temperatures ( to °C), MoSi2 shows outstanding oxidation resistance.

    Abstract: Iron aluminides have been among the most studied intermetallics since the s, when their excellent oxidation resistance was first noticed. Their low cost of production, low density, high strength-to-weight ratios, good wear resistance, ease of File Size: 6MB.   They describe their structural and mechanical properties, oxidation behaviors, and the effects of alloying element, microstructure, and coating/surface treatment. Only high temperature oxidation properties are covered; discussion of hot corrosion, carburization, nitridation, or sulfidation is excluded. ([c] Book News, Inc., Portland, OR).

    This study examined the growth and mechanical behavior of interfacial intermetallics between copper and six solder alloys commonly used in electronics assembly. The solder alloys tested were 60SnPb, 63SnPb, 95Sn-5Sb, SnAg, 50Pb . Fills a Prominent Gap in a Significant Area of Intermetallics. Presenting a comprehensive overview of structural intermetallics (the most important class of intermetallics), Structural Intermetallics and Intermetallic Matrix Composites is a reference written with the beginning student as well as the practicing professional in ing the author’s more than two .


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Oxidation of Intermetallics by H. J. Grabke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oxidation and corrosion resistance are as important for the current applications of these materials as mechanical properties. This book gives a sound review of the present knowledge of the oxidation kinetics and mechanisms of intermetallics.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: State of intermetallics development; research on oxidation and embrittlement of intermetallic compounds in the U.S.; oxidation of intermetallics - japanese activity; oxidation of -NiAl; oxidation of -FeAl and Fe-Al alloys; sulfidation behaviour of nickel.

State of intermetallics development Research on oxidation and embrittlement of intermetallic compounds in the U.S. Oxidation of intermetallics - Japanese activity Oxidation of ss-NiAl Oxidation of ss-FeAl and Fe-Al alloys Sulfidation behavior of nickel aluminides High temperature corrosion of FeAl and Fe-Al-Cr alloys Oxidation-sulphidation of.

Part I: Intermetallics Modeling of Combined High‐Temperature Oxidation and Nitridation under Isothermal and Thermal‐Cycling Conditions (Pages: ) Andreas Schimke.

Oxidation and corrosion resistance are as important for the current applications of these materials as mechanical properties. This book gives a sound review of the present knowledge of the oxidation kinetics and mechanisms of intermetallics.

Especially Ti- Ni- and Fe-aluminides are treated in detail by experts from Europe, USA and Japan. At temperatures exceeding °C, maximum protection against oxidation is achieved with the formation of impervious and stable scale of Al 2 O 3 or SiO 2 in aluminide- or silicide-based intermetallics, respectively.

Therefore, aluminides based on Ni, Ti, and Fe and silicides based on Mo and Nb with selected compositions have drawn significant. The isothermal oxidation behaviour of novel oxide dispersion strengthened (ODS) FeAlCr intermetallic alloys was investigated at and °C for up to about h, with special emphasis on the oxidation kinetics, scale morphology and scale adherence.

Comparisons with other alumina forming ferritic alloys and intermetallics are by: Oxidation of High Temperature Intermetallics by Toni Grobstein (Author), Joseph Doychak (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Cited by: The 4 N (% Au) gold ball bonding on Al alloy pad metallisation is widely used in microelectronic packaging assembly. The formation of intermetallics is. Oxidation of intermetallics is one of the key obstacles to the use of this class of materials.

Much of the work on intermetallics for high temperature applications has focused on aluminide compounds which contain enough A1 that they might oxidize to form a protective alumina scale. In practice however, the protectiveness of the scale can be. The oxidation behavior of two MoSi 2 variants, one Mo-rich and one Si-rich, and TiSi 2 was investigated between and °C in air, oxygen and an 80/Ar/O 2 mixture.

A protective SiO 2 scale develops on MoSi 2 in all atmospheres in the temperature range investigated. The SiO 2 modification changes around °C from tridymite to cristobalite. Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {The effect of Ti addition on oxidation behavior of FeAl intermetallic alloy}, author = {Li, D and Lin, D}, abstractNote = {The influence of Ti addition on the high temperature oxidation behaviors of FeAl intermetallic alloys in air at 1, C and 1, C have been investigated.

The oxidation kinetics of FeAl alloys were examined by the weight gain. This journal is a platform for publishing innovative research and overviews for advancing our understanding of the structure, property, and functionality of complex metallic alloys, including intermetallics, metallic glasses, and high entropy alloys.

The journal reports the science and engineering of metallic materials in the following aspects. Composites involving intermetallics were the subject of two papers, while two papers were dedicated to metallic glasses.

Processing and joining of intermetallics, their mechanical properties and oxidation/corrosion behaviour, phase transformations involving intermetallics, modelling and numerical simulation have been focused on these : Paperback. The book begins with two plenary lectures on predicting internal oxidation and a compatible coating system.

Later sections cover fundamentals, mechanical properties, high-temperature corrosion in aggressive environments, protective coatings, and high-temperature corrosion of intermetallics and : Toshio Maruyama.

Intermetallics are now close to the commercial application stage. TiAl-based alloys show good high-temperature specific stiffness and strength, while other intermetallics, such as the iron aluminides and silicide-based materials, are especially attractive due to their good corrosion or oxidation resistance.

Three common Al–Au intermetallics, Al 2 Au, AlAu 2, and AlAu 4, were oxidized in the air and characterized using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in terms of the elemental chemical was found that there is an increasing trend of oxidation in these intermetallics as the Au content by: Book Description.

Fills a Prominent Gap in a Significant Area of Intermetallics. Presenting a comprehensive overview of structural intermetallics (the most important class of intermetallics), Structural Intermetallics and Intermetallic Matrix Composites is a reference written with the beginning student as well as the practicing professional in mind.

Utilizing the author’s more. Doping with Y, Zr and Y+Zr has a strong influence on the oxidation kinetics of FeAl intermetallics. Y Y additions to FeAl decrease the oxidation rates at °C. Silicide intermetallics are widely used in various applications such as microelectronics, structural and coating industries.

Some aspects of the diffusion-controlled growth and oxidation of metal-silicides are presented in this volume of the journal. It discusses the high-temperature corrosion properties of intermetallics and aqueous corrosion properties. Thermodynamic principles in the context of high-temperature corrosion and information on oxidation; sulfidation; hot corrosion of NiAl- FeAl- and TiAl-based intermetallics; and silicides are included.

book review A review of: “ OXIDATION OF HIGH TEMPERATURE INTERMETALLICS ” edited by T. Grobstein and J. Doychak TMS, Warrendale, Pennsylvania pages, hardcover, T.S. Srivatsan Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, Author: T.S.

Srivatsan. Fast penetration of oxygen into grain boundaries and intergranular oxidation of β-NiAl has been observed. Since the solubility of oxygen in NiAl is virtually nil, special ways of oxygen ingress at grain boundaries have to be presumed.

Selective intergranular oxidation of binary alloys and fast penetration of oxygen along grain boundaries were analyzed by Cited by: