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...specimens. were annealed in the presence of supercritical water at 8508 or 9008C, under 1500 MPa pressure. Sapphire. and alumina ceramics were plastically deformed between 6008 and 10008C under 1500 MPa pressure, by. the addition of a uniaxial stress. Flow stresses are reduced by a factor of two, due...

Many manufacturing processes, including uniaxial compression, wire drawing, rolling, and chemical vapor deposition (CVD), tend to orient crystals in the material with a specific crystallographic plane parallel to a certain direction (i.e. compression axis, drawing, axis, sheet, normal, and surface...

...for the strain in a direction normal to the page. resulting from uniaxial compression in the same direction. The material is a sample cored from a. steel iron. In this map, the points colored in red are stiffer than the points in blue. Figure 3 – An elastic modulus map for a forged steel golf club head...

...crystallinity and low density (0.86-0.88g/cm3) exhibit. thermal behavior, glassy transition, crystalline. the characteristics of thermoplastic elastomers.3 The. morphology, can be found in the previous study. The. elastomeric properties depend on the fringed micellar. stress-strain behavior in uniaxial...

) of the material, as well as, the wavelength (l) of the beam. e. birefringence value of a material is defined as(n - n ). If n >. of incident light and the birefringence value. The resultant. e. o. e. n the crystal is called positive uniaxial and negative for the. phase difference can easily be shown to be: o...

) of the material, as well as, the wavelength (l) of the beam. e. birefringence value of a material is defined as(n - n ). If n >. of incident light and the birefringence value. The resultant. e. o. e. n the crystal is called positive uniaxial and negative for the. phase difference can easily be shown to be: o...

) of the material, as well as, the wavelength (l) of the beam. e. birefringence value of a material is defined as(n - n ). If n >. of incident light and the birefringence value. The resultant. e. o. e. n the crystal is called positive uniaxial and negative for the. phase difference can easily be shown...

...to the stress-state (uniaxial tension in this. case). Note that to a large extent the Taylor Factor map. Figure 4 – A color OIM map based on. mirrors the orientation map. This illustrates the ability of. the Taylor Factor. The blue denotes. OIM to relate crystallographic orientation to a material. hard grains...

...of birefringence refer to one of the many fine texts including Hecht,. Yariv & Yeh, or Born and Wolf. When light propagates through a medium such as glass its speed is reduced by the ratio v/c = 1/n,. where c is the speed of light in vacuum and n is the index of refraction of the medium. In. uniaxial...

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