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Published by Institution of Metallurgists in London .
Written in English


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Papers presented at a two-day residential conference jointly organised by the Younger Metallrgists Committee of the Institution of Metallurgists and the Physical Metallurgy Committee of the Iron and Steel Institute.

SeriesSeries 2 -- no.7
ContributionsInstitution of Metallurgists. Younger Metallurgists Committee., Iron and Steel Institute. Physical Metallurgy Committee.
The Physical Object
Pagination44p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14373695M

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The general approach of the book has two main goals: to lead the reader from the concept of ‘ideal’ to ‘real’ grain boundaries; to depart from established knowledge and address the opportunities emerging through "grain boundary engineering", the control of morphological and crystallographic features that affect material properties.   grain boundary structure, crystal boundary structure Korngrenzentextur f, Kristallgrenzentextur Search within book. Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page Next. About this reference work. Introduction. Bibliographic information. G. grain boundary. grain boundary crack. grain boundary engineering. grain boundary structure. J.E. Blendell, C.A. Handwerker, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 6 Grain Growth in Thin Films. The grain structure of thin films tends to be similar to the models developed for two-dimensional growth. The films are usually one grain thick and the boundaries are close to perpendicular to the film surface. Microscopic structure of grain boundaries. The atomic structure of a grain boundary is of one of two types: a small- angle structure or a large-angle structure. A schematic representation of a small-angle grain boundary is shown in Fig. Fig A small-angle grain boundary in a cubic crystal (Ref. 1).

Grain boundary structure and properties. London ; New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G A Chadwick; David A Smith; Institution of Metallurgists (Great Britain); Iron and Steel Institute. A grain boundary (GB) in the homophase polycrystalline metal is an interface between two crystals of the same crystal structure [1, 2].According to the dimensional scale of defects in polycrystalline materials, the GB is classified as a planar by: 3. It results in the loss of grain boundary cohesion and consequently, in brittle fracture of the materials. The current book deals with fundamentals of grain boundary segregation in metallic materials and its relationship to the grain boundary structure, classification and other materials properties. Abstract. The first part of this paper reviews the atomistic model proposed for the equilibrium structure of grain boundaries in metals. These models are based on dislocation, coincidence, plane matching and polyhedral unit by: