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Materials under extreme conditions : recent trends and future prospects, edited by A.K. Tyagi, S. Banerjee

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Materials under extreme conditions : recent trends and future prospects
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Materials under extreme conditions
Title remainder
recent trends and future prospects
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edited by A.K. Tyagi, S. Banerjee
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eng
Summary
Materials Under Extreme Conditions: Recent Trends and Future Prospects analyzes the chemical transformation and decomposition of materials exposed to extreme conditions, such as high temperature, high pressure, hostile chemical environments, high radiation fields, high vacuum, high magnetic and electric fields, wear and abrasion related to chemical bonding, special crystallographic features, and microstructures. The materials covered in this work encompass oxides, non-oxides, alloys and intermetallics, glasses, and carbon-based materials. The book is written for researchers in academia and industry, and technologists in chemical engineering, materials chemistry, chemistry, and condensed matter physics
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620.1/1
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TA410
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non fiction
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  • Tyagi, A. K.
  • Banerjee, S.
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  • Materials
  • Extreme environments
  • Materials at high pressures
  • Materials at high temperatures
  • Materials at low temperatures
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Materials under extreme conditions : recent trends and future prospects, edited by A.K. Tyagi, S. Banerjee
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Contents
  • Front Cover; Materials Under Extreme Conditions; Materials Under Extreme Conditions: Recent Trends and Future ProspectsEdited ByA. K. TyagiS. BanerjeeBhabha Atomic Research Ce ... ; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; About the Editors; Preface; 1 -- MATERIAL STUDIES AT HIGH PRESSURE; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL METHODS TO STUDY MATERIALS AT HIGH PRESSURE; 2.1 DIAMOND ANVIL CELLS; 2.2 PREPARATION OF DIAMOND ANVIL CELLS FOR EXPERIMENTS; 3. DIAGNOSTICS; 3.1 HIGH-PRESSURE DIFFRACTION; 3.2 HYDROSTATIC AND NONHYDROSTATIC STRESSES AND RADIAL X-RAY DIFFRACTION
  • 3.3 HIGH-PRESSURE SPECTROSCOPY AND INELASTIC SCATTERING3.4 HIGH-PRESSURE TRANSPORT PROPERTY MEASUREMENTS; 3.5 HIGH-PRESSURE 3D TOMOGRAPHY; 4. SOME CASE STUDIES; 4.1 MECHANISM OF PHASE TRANSITIONS UNDER HIGH PRESSURE; 4.1.1 Nanozircon-Structured Chromates; 4.1.2 Alpha Cristobalite; 4.1.3 Scandium Tungstate; 4.2 PRESSURE-INDUCED AMORPHIZATION; 4.2.1 Berlinite; 4.2.2 Silicon; 4.2.3 Yttrium Chromate and Holomium Chromate; 4.2.4 Reduced Graphene Oxide; 4.3 NEGATIVE THERMAL EXPANSION AND AMORPHIZATION; 4.3.1 Scandium Tungstate; 4.3.2 Ag3[Co(CN)6]; 4.3.3 Zn(CN)2
  • 4.4 RECRYSTALLIZATION OF AMORPHOUS PHASE4.4.1 Silicon; 4.5 AMORPHOUS TO AMORPHOUS PHASE TRANSITION; 4.5.1 Silicon; 4.5.2 GeO2; 4.6 DISSOCIATION UNDER PRESSURE; 4.6.1 Lanthanum Hafnate; 4.7 MOLECULAR SOLIDS; 5. FUTURE PROSPECTS; Acknowledgments; REFERENCES; 2 -- MATERIALS UNDER SHOCK WAVES; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. DYNAMIC COMPRESSION PROCESS; 2.1 INTERACTIONS OF WAVES; 2.2 GENERATION OF SHOCK WAVES; 2.3 NEGATIVE PRESSURE AND SPALLING; 3. EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES; 3.1 GAS GUN; 3.2 PROPELLANT GUN; 3.3 ELECTRIC GUN; 3.4 PARTICLE VELOCITY MEASUREMENT
  • 3.4.1 Velocity Interferometer System for Any Reflector (VISAR)3.4.2 Fabry-Pérot Velocimeter; 4. CASE STUDIES; 4.1 HIGH STRAIN RATE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AL ALLOYS, AL2014-T4 AND AL2024-T4; 4.2 SHOCK WAVE-INDUCED OMEGA PHASE FORMATION IN ZR AND ZR-NB ALLOYS; 5. THEORETICAL METHODS; 5.1 CALCULATION OF EQUATION OF STATE; 5.1.1 Calculation of Isotherm and Isentrope; 5.1.2 Calculation of Hugoniot; 5.2 PHASE TRANSITIONS; 6. THEORETICAL STUDIES; 6.1 THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON CARBIDES OF URANIUM AND THORIUM; 6.1.1 Phase Transition in UC; 6.1.2 Phase Transitions in ThC
  • 6.2 SHOCK HUGONIOT AND DYNAMIC STABILITY OF BI IN BCC PHASE7. SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; 3 -- MATERIALS FOR HOSTILE CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. CORROSION BY LIQUID SODIUM; 2.1 MECHANISMS OF SODIUM CORROSION; 2.2 ROLE OF IMPURITIES IN SODIUM CORROSION; 2.3 FACTORS INFLUENCING SODIUM CORROSION; 2.4 MATERIAL TESTING AND EVALUATION IN MOLTEN SODIUM; 3. MATERIALS FOR THE HOSTILE CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS IN STEAM WATER ENVIRONMENTS OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS; 3.1 MATERIAL SELECTION FOR STEAM WATER ENVIRONMENTS IN NPPS; 3.2 STEAM GENERATOR CORROSION PROBLEMS
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9780128014424
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Label
Materials under extreme conditions : recent trends and future prospects, edited by A.K. Tyagi, S. Banerjee
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Materials Under Extreme Conditions; Materials Under Extreme Conditions: Recent Trends and Future ProspectsEdited ByA. K. TyagiS. BanerjeeBhabha Atomic Research Ce ... ; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; About the Editors; Preface; 1 -- MATERIAL STUDIES AT HIGH PRESSURE; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL METHODS TO STUDY MATERIALS AT HIGH PRESSURE; 2.1 DIAMOND ANVIL CELLS; 2.2 PREPARATION OF DIAMOND ANVIL CELLS FOR EXPERIMENTS; 3. DIAGNOSTICS; 3.1 HIGH-PRESSURE DIFFRACTION; 3.2 HYDROSTATIC AND NONHYDROSTATIC STRESSES AND RADIAL X-RAY DIFFRACTION
  • 3.3 HIGH-PRESSURE SPECTROSCOPY AND INELASTIC SCATTERING3.4 HIGH-PRESSURE TRANSPORT PROPERTY MEASUREMENTS; 3.5 HIGH-PRESSURE 3D TOMOGRAPHY; 4. SOME CASE STUDIES; 4.1 MECHANISM OF PHASE TRANSITIONS UNDER HIGH PRESSURE; 4.1.1 Nanozircon-Structured Chromates; 4.1.2 Alpha Cristobalite; 4.1.3 Scandium Tungstate; 4.2 PRESSURE-INDUCED AMORPHIZATION; 4.2.1 Berlinite; 4.2.2 Silicon; 4.2.3 Yttrium Chromate and Holomium Chromate; 4.2.4 Reduced Graphene Oxide; 4.3 NEGATIVE THERMAL EXPANSION AND AMORPHIZATION; 4.3.1 Scandium Tungstate; 4.3.2 Ag3[Co(CN)6]; 4.3.3 Zn(CN)2
  • 4.4 RECRYSTALLIZATION OF AMORPHOUS PHASE4.4.1 Silicon; 4.5 AMORPHOUS TO AMORPHOUS PHASE TRANSITION; 4.5.1 Silicon; 4.5.2 GeO2; 4.6 DISSOCIATION UNDER PRESSURE; 4.6.1 Lanthanum Hafnate; 4.7 MOLECULAR SOLIDS; 5. FUTURE PROSPECTS; Acknowledgments; REFERENCES; 2 -- MATERIALS UNDER SHOCK WAVES; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. DYNAMIC COMPRESSION PROCESS; 2.1 INTERACTIONS OF WAVES; 2.2 GENERATION OF SHOCK WAVES; 2.3 NEGATIVE PRESSURE AND SPALLING; 3. EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES; 3.1 GAS GUN; 3.2 PROPELLANT GUN; 3.3 ELECTRIC GUN; 3.4 PARTICLE VELOCITY MEASUREMENT
  • 3.4.1 Velocity Interferometer System for Any Reflector (VISAR)3.4.2 Fabry-Pérot Velocimeter; 4. CASE STUDIES; 4.1 HIGH STRAIN RATE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AL ALLOYS, AL2014-T4 AND AL2024-T4; 4.2 SHOCK WAVE-INDUCED OMEGA PHASE FORMATION IN ZR AND ZR-NB ALLOYS; 5. THEORETICAL METHODS; 5.1 CALCULATION OF EQUATION OF STATE; 5.1.1 Calculation of Isotherm and Isentrope; 5.1.2 Calculation of Hugoniot; 5.2 PHASE TRANSITIONS; 6. THEORETICAL STUDIES; 6.1 THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON CARBIDES OF URANIUM AND THORIUM; 6.1.1 Phase Transition in UC; 6.1.2 Phase Transitions in ThC
  • 6.2 SHOCK HUGONIOT AND DYNAMIC STABILITY OF BI IN BCC PHASE7. SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; 3 -- MATERIALS FOR HOSTILE CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. CORROSION BY LIQUID SODIUM; 2.1 MECHANISMS OF SODIUM CORROSION; 2.2 ROLE OF IMPURITIES IN SODIUM CORROSION; 2.3 FACTORS INFLUENCING SODIUM CORROSION; 2.4 MATERIAL TESTING AND EVALUATION IN MOLTEN SODIUM; 3. MATERIALS FOR THE HOSTILE CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS IN STEAM WATER ENVIRONMENTS OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS; 3.1 MATERIAL SELECTION FOR STEAM WATER ENVIRONMENTS IN NPPS; 3.2 STEAM GENERATOR CORROSION PROBLEMS
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1 online resource
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9780128014424
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