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Computational Materials Design by Takahisa Ohno, Tamio Oguchi (auth.), Dr. Tetsuya Saito

By Takahisa Ohno, Tamio Oguchi (auth.), Dr. Tetsuya Saito (eds.)

Computational fabrics Design contains ten chapters outlining a variety of fabrics layout applied sciences from first-principle calculations to continuum mechanics, with winning functions to fabrics layout and improvement. every one concept is defined from the viewpoint of a proper know-how. So the reader can comprehend the description of every thought and the effectiveness of computational methods by way of fabrics phenomena in addition to fabrics layout and development.

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Table 2 shows such parameters and properties that can be predicted. Most of them are predicted by regression equations using the database. For the creep strength of SC superalloys, as an example, creep rupture data of 34 different SC alloys were used for the regression analysis. Oy' ~ 60 ;:? 49 Sf:lll "s" 041. '9B S-\'2 ~50 ~f:lf:l<. ) q,'>,j! cu ...... - 20 (/6: va 10 0 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 Temperature (0C) Fig. 10. The temperature dependence of "(' fraction estimated by the equations.

E. G. T. Pantelides: Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 1401 (1990). 82. G. Vineyard: J. Phys. Chem. Solids 3, 121 (1957). 83. T. Ito, K Shiraishi, T. Ohno: App!. Surf. Sci. 82/83, 208 (1994). 84. K Shiraishi, T. Ito, T. Ohno: Solid State Electron. 37, 601 (1994). Design of Ni-Base Superalloys Hiroshi Harada and Hideyuki Murakami 3rd Research Group (Advanced High Temperature Materials), National Research Institute for Metals 1-2-1 Sengen, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki 305, Japan. Abstract. Computer models for designing Ni-base superalloys have been developed.

However, in order to design superalloys with superior high temperature properties, alloy designers should control the ,,/ phase fraction, lattice misfit and so on by selecting the optimum combinations and balances of alloying additions. Thus, it is rather more important to predict such fundamental microstructural parameters from the alloy composition. A mathematical approach was first tried by Dreshfield [8] for predicting the "! ' equilibrium. Using "! ' phase compositions in experimental alloys, "!

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