ZEISS Microscopy

Wiley Ebook | Engineering Materials: Metals and Alloys

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In this new 48-page WILEY ebook, get an overview of how microscopy can be applied in engineering materials research on metals and alloys.
Download the ebook below and read about:

  • Microscopy techniques & their benefits for engineering materials research on metals and alloys
  • Microscopy-enabled accomplishments in metals and alloys research (8 short versions of selected peer-reviewed articles from various WILEY journals)
  • Current challenges & future developments in microscopy applications for engineering materials (Interview with Dr. Kaoru Sato from JFE-TEC, specializing in electron microscopy and microbeam analysis of material/surface design)

 

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Table of Contents

Editorial

3

Introduction

5

Effects of Initial δ Phase on Creep Behaviors and Fracture Characteristics of a Nickel-based Superalloy

9

Ultrastrong and Ductile Soft Magnetic High-entropy Alloys via Coherent Ordered Nanoprecipitates

13

The Role of MicrostructuralConstituents on Strength–Ductility–Local Formability of aTransformation-Induced-Plasticity-Aided Bainitic Steel

18

Enhancing Ductility andFatigue Strength of AdditivelyManufactured Metallic Materialsby Preheating the Build Platform

22

Multiscale Additive Manufacturingof Metal Microstructures

27

Multi-step Crystallization of SelforganizedSpiral Eutectics

31

X-ray Microtomography ofThermal Cycling Damage inSintered Nano-silver Solder Joints

36

3D Grain Reconstruction fromLaboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography

40

Advanced Microscopy Characterization of Metals and Alloys: an Interview with Kaoru Sato

44