Charpy Impact Steel Testing: Part One

The Charpy V- notch test is a standardized test which measures the impact energy of materials during fracture which is carried out by pendulum.

High Manganese Austenitic Steels for Cryogenic Applications

Overall, a high manganese content significantly expands the austenite whereby high temperature ferrite formation is suppressed by the addition of Mn and will subsequently exhibit fully austenitic solidification from high temperature.

Irradiation Effects in Nuclear Materials: Part One

Structural materials used in Nuclear applications have a critical role to play in ensuring the safety and integrity of the construction and associated maintenance.

Nitriding of Titanium Alloys: Part One

Titanium alloys are becoming more widely used in a variety of industries with great advantage coming from superior mechanical and chemical properties as well as heat resistance, high specific strength and high corrosion resistance.

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