First-time in-situ insights into alloys

Sharon Kelly, Klaus-Dieter Liss

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Abstract

New research has produced the first micro-scale, in-situ, real-time observations of detailed structural changes (dynamic recrystallisation) within alloys when placed under extremely high temperatures and stress (thermomechanics). The research provides unique information about materials used in the space and nuclear industries, which will aid the development of new materials and understanding of what they can ultimately endure. The research, from ANSTO and the university of wollongong, aimed at developing new methods of studying materials in-situ and in real-time using synchrotron technology at the Argonne National Laboratory in the united States.
Original languageEnglish
JournalMaterials Australia
Volume42
StatePublished - 1 Oct 2009

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