NUCAPT Literature Database

From NUCAPT

51–60 of 63 records found matching your query (RSS):


Select All    Deselect All
 |   | 
Details
   print
  Records Links
Type Heck, P. R.; Pellin, M. J.; Davis, A. M.; Martin, I.; Renaud, I.; Benbalagh, R.; Isheim, D.; Seidman, D. N.; Hiller, J.; Stephan, T.; Lewis, R. S.; Savina, M. R.; Maine, A.; Elam, J.; Staermann, F. J.; Zhao, X.; Daulton, T. L.; Amari, S.
  Publication Atom-Probe Tomographic Analyses of Presolar Silicon Carbide Grains and Meteoric Nanodiamonds First Results on Silicon Carbide Volume Abstract
Pages (down) 2010
  Abstract  
  Corporate Author  
Publisher  
Editor
  Summary Language Series Editor  
Abbreviated Series Title
  Series Issue ISSN  
Medium
  Expedition Notes  
Call Number  
Contribution Id  
Serial URL ISBN  
40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference no NU @ karnesky @ 10734
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Hadjadj, L.; Menand, A.; Martin, C. Atom probe study of a Ti-10V-2Fe-3Al alloy: preliminary results Journal Article 1987 Journal de Physique J. de Phys. 48-C6 atom probe field ion microscopy no 3825
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Menand, A.; Chambreland, S.; Martin, C. Atom probe study of titanium base alloys: preliminary results Journal Article 1986 Journal de Physique J. de Phys. 47-C2 atom probe field ion microscopy no 3651
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Martin, N. L. S.; MacAdam, K. B. Electric-field ionization of laser-excited Rydberg atoms in a magnetic field Journal Article 1986 Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics J. Phys. B 19 no 3642
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Hetherly, J.; Martinez, E.; Di, Z.F.; Nastasi, M.; Caro, A. Helium bubble precipitation at dislocation networks Journal Article 2011 Scripta Materialia In Press Uncorrected Proof Modeling; Precipitation; Grain boundary structure; He bubbles We report on a study of nanoscale He bubble precipitation and growth at a twist grain boundary in two face-centered cubic materials. Experimentally, the twist boundary in Au captures all the He in the sample, forming equal-sized bubbles at the dislocation intersection junctions. Simulations in Cu reveal a complex structure of the interface and different He pressure in the interface bubbles compared to bulk, providing an explanation for the high efficiency of the boundary to capture all the He in the sample. 1359-6462 no NU @ karnesky @ 11267
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Soisson, F.; Martin, G. Monte Carlo Simulations of the Decomposition of Metastable Solid Solutions: Transient and Steady-State Nucleation Kinetics Journal Article 2000 Physical Review B 62 1 203-214 phase-separation ising-model diffusion alloys growth systems al We present a study on the kinetics of coherent precipitation in weakly super-saturated substitutional solid solutions by the Monte Carlo method. Our simulations are based on a simple atomistic model of diffusion by vacancy jumps. The whole precipitation process (from early stages to late stage coarsening) is followed for various supersaturations and temperatures, and typical behaviors observed in the simulations are compared to those predicted by the classical theories. Special emphasis is placed on the first stages of the decomposition (incubation and nucleation) and on the effects of the vacancy diffusion mechanism. Finally we consider the addition of a third (impurity) element, which can be used to control the kinetic pathway: such effects are quantitatively explored with the Monte Carlo method. Soisson, F. CEA Saclay, DECM, SRMP, Rech Met Phys Sect, F-91191 Gif Sur Yvette, France CEA Saclay, DECM, SRMP, Rech Met Phys Sect, F-91191 Gif Sur Yvette, France Times Cited: 18 Article English Cited References Count: 44 331ul refbase @ user 1603
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Habibi-Bajguirani, H. R.; Martin, J. W.; Cantor, B. TEM Studies of the Precipitation in High {Zr} Spray Formed {Al-Li-Zr} Book Chapter 1996 Aluminium Alloys: Their Physical and Mechanical Properties, Pts 1-3 217 871-876 Materials Science Forum refbase @ user 1166
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Martin, M.L.; Somerday, B.P.; Ritchie, R.O.; Sofronis, P.; Robertson, I.M. Hydrogen-induced intergranular failure in nickel revisited Journal Article 2012 Acta Materialia In Press Corrected Proof Hydrogen embrittlement; Intergranular cracking; Transmission electron microscopy; Scanning electron microscopy; Nickel Using a combination of high-resolution scanning and transmission electron microscopy, the basic mechanisms of hydrogen-induced intergranular fracture in nickel have been revisited. Focused-ion beam machining was employed to extract samples from the fracture surface to enable the examination of the microstructure immediately beneath it. Evidence for slip on multiple slip systems was evident on the fracture surface; immediately beneath it, an extensive dislocation substructure exists. These observations raise interesting questions about the role of plasticity in establishing the conditions for hydrogen-induced crack initiation and propagation along a grain boundary. The mechanisms of hydrogen embrittlement are re-examined in light of these new results. 1359-6454 no NU @ karnesky @ 11313
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Martin, Georges Solute Transfer at Interfaces Manuscript 2003 Autrans no NU @ karnesky @ 103
Permanent link to this record
 

 
Georges Martin Resumee Georges Martin Miscellaneous 2019 Georges Martin CV Georges Martin no NU @ z-mao2 @ 11558
Permanent link to this record
Select All    Deselect All
 |   | 
Details
   print

Personal tools
Seidman Group
Atom-Probe Tomography
Search
Quick Search: