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WHAT DOES SUPERPLASTICITY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
In materials science, superplasticity is a state in which solid crystalline material is deformed well beyond its usual breaking point, usually over about 200% during tensile deformation. Such a state is usually achieved at high homologous temperature, typically half the absolute melting point. Examples of superplastic materials are some fine-grained metals and ceramics. Other non-crystalline materials such as silica glass and polymers also deform similarly, but are not called superplastic, because they are not crystalline; rather, their deformation is often described as Newtonian flow. Superplastically deformed material gets thinner in a very uniform manner, rather than forming a "neck" that leads to fracture. Also, the formation of microvoids, which is another cause of early fracture, is inhibited. In metals and ceramics, requirements for it being superplastic include a fine grain size and a fine dispersion of thermally stable particles, which act to pin the grain boundaries and maintain the fine grain structure at the high temperatures and Existence of Two Phases required for superplastic deformation.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SUPERPLASTICITY» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «superplasticity» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «superplasticity» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about superplasticity
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUPERPLASTICITY»
Discover the use of superplasticity in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to superplasticity and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Superplasticity in Metals and Ceramics
A materials engineering monograph in the Cambridge Solid State Science Series, first published in 1997.
T. G. Nieh, J. Wadsworth, O. D. Sherby, 2005
Superplasticity: Microstructural Refinement And Superplastic ...
An excellent book that sets out the field of superplasticity in an elegant and consistent way. . . . This book goes far beyond the conventional reviews of the superplastic phenomenon.
Oskar Akramovich Kaĭbyshev, Farid Z. Utyashev, 2005
Advances in superplasticity and superplastic forming: ...
Scientists and engineers employed at automotive and aerospace manufacturing companies, as well as researchers based at universities, will find this volume particularly useful.
Eric M. Taleff, Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. Structural Materials Committee, Peter A. Friedman, 2004
Superplasticity in advanced materials
The present book covers a wide range of relevant topics and will encourage further developments in superplasticity. 1. Fundamental Aspects of Superplasticity. 2. Microstructural Dynamics. 3. Superplasticity in Nanocrystalline Materials. 4.
Atul Chokshi, 1997
Superplasticity in Advanced Materials: ICSAM 2006 : ...
The objective of this special collection was to provide an international forum through which to gather up-to-date knowledge and information on a wide range of topics and to encourage further developments in superplasticity.
K. F. Zhang, 2007
Fundamentals of Creep in Metals and Alloys
This book is for experts in the field of strength of metals, alloys and ceramics. It explains creep behavior at the atomic or “dislocation defect level. This book has many illustrations and many references.
Michael E. Kassner, 2008
Superplasticity -Current Status and Future Potential:
The MRS Symposium Proceeding series is an internationally recognised reference suitable for researchers and practitioners.
Patrick B. Berbon, 2000
Superplasticity: Mechanical and Structural Aspects, ...
This book examines the idea that under the right experimental conditions any material can be rendered superplastic and it raises the question whether such a near-universal phenomenon like superplasticity should also have the same physical ...
K. A. Padmanabhan, G. J. Davies, 2011
An Introduction to Materials Engineering and Science for ...
18.104.22.168 Superelasticity and Superplasticity. Superplastic materials are polycrys-
talline solids that have the ability to undergo large uniform strains prior to failure.
For deformation in uniaxial tension, elongations to failure in excess of 200% are ...
Brian S. Mitchell, 2004
Towards innovation in superplasticity II
This work comprises 126 papers of a high scientific standard, and will be a valuable source of information for anyone working in this field.
Taketo Sakuma, T. Aizawa, K. Higashi, 1999
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SUPERPLASTICITY»
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Story of swords and steel
From the 17th to the 19th centuries, a number of Westerners tried to replicate the special properties - the strength, sharpness, and superplasticity - of Indian steel, ... «Calcutta Telegraph, Jun 15»
Environment-Controlled Dislocation Migration And Superplasticity in …
What would happen if peanut brittle, under certain conditions, acted like taffy? Something similar to that happens to a two-dimensional dichalcogenide analyzed ... «Tech Fragments, May 15»
Research in frontier areas of science and technology
... materials technology, nano-structured materials, magnetic materials, amorphous alloys, non-equilibrium processing, superplasticity and superplastic forming. «The Hindu, Aug 14»
Expanding the Materials Performance Envelope by Controlling …
... 15-30% of the material and may govern its behavior entirely, leading to dramatic effects such as elevated strength, superplasticity, and suppression of fatigue. «Azom.com, Nov 11»
ASM International Names 26 New Fellows
For significant contributions on hot deformation and superplasticity in light alloys, and abnormal grain growth in refractory metal. Y. Norman Zhou, Waterloo, Ont.: ... «PR Web, Oct 11»
Metals Knowledge: Ultra-Fine Grained Steels
A further high potential area of ultrafine grained steels is the domain of high strain rate superplasticity at medium and elevated temperatures. In general, the term ... «Alibaba News Channel, Oct 09»
University Toughens Potential Artificial Bone Material
... 1,100°C and found "an excellent workability at the time of compression forming, which suggests the occurrence of fine-grained superplasticity," Yasuda said. «Tech-On English, Dec 08»
Imperial students win technology education 'Oscars'
Ian established that cast magnesium alloy, as well as commercial wrought alloy, could recrystallise and be deformed superplastically. Its superplasticity could ... «Imperial College London, Oct 05»
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