Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Shaping and Forming Committee of the Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division (MPMD) and the Mechanical Behavior Committee (Jt. SMD/ASM-MSCTS) of the Structural Materials Division (SMD) of TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society) and held during the 2002 TMS Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington February 17-21,2002.
This book addresses all aspects of the science and technology of ultrafine grained materials produced by Severe Plastic Deformation (SPD) techniques. It presents fundamental issues in SPD processing and SPD-processed materials, processing and microstructures, microstructural evolution, mechanical and physical properties, superplasticity, computational and analytical modeling, new SPD technologies and advances, and structural applications. From the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting, held March 12-16, 2006, in San Antonio, Texas.
Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Titanium
This book succeeds in providing a comprehensive and detailed treatment of all aspects of extrusion, with special emphasis on the latest advanced technology. Among the extruded metals covered are aluminum, lead, tin, magnesium, zinc, copper, titanium, zirconium, beryllium, uranium, nickel and steel. Processes discussed include direct and indirect extrusion, cable sheathing by extrusion, hydrostatic extrusion, cladding by extrusion, and special technology for extruding various metals. Also discussed are stresses in extrusion, economic aspects, and future developments. Book jacket.
This book presents the most recent results in the area of bulk nanostructured materials and new trends in their severe plastic deformation (SPD) processing, where these techniques are now emerging from the domain of laboratory-scale research into the commercial production of various bulk nanomaterials. Special emphasis is placed on an analysis of the effect of nanostructures in materials fabricated by SPD on mechanical properties (strength and ductility, fatigue strength and life, superplasticity) and functional behavior (shape memory effects, magnetic and electric properties), as well as the numerous examples of their innovative applications. There is a high innovation potential for industrial applications of bulk nanomaterials for structural use (materials with extreme strength) as well as for functional applications such as nanomagnets, materials for hydrogen storage, thermoelectric materials, superconductors, catalysts, and biomedical implants.