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Topic: Metals
Published: 3/31/2008
Authors: Thomas A. (Thomas A.) Siewert, Joseph David McColskey, Angelique N. Lasseigne
Abstract: In 2007, the National Institute of Standards and Technology greatly expanded its efforts in support of the use of hydrogen as a fuel.   Various NIST divisions have started projects on measurement needs in the areas of flow rates, storage, mater ...

22. High Strain Rate Tissue Simulant Measurements Using digital Image Correlation
Topic: Metals
Published: 6/1/2009
Authors: Steven P Mates, Richard L. Rhorer, Richard Everett, Kirth Simmonds, Amit Bagchi
Abstract: Measuring the response of soft materials to high strain rate deformation is extremely challenging because of the difficulty of achieving dynamic equilibrium during high strain rate mechanical testing such as Kolsky bar testing. Digital image correlat ...

23. Hydrogen traps in the outgassing model of a stainless steel vacuum chamber
Topic: Metals
Published: 3/31/2014
Author: Robert F Berg
Abstract: This article describes a model for hydrogen outgassing into a stainless steel vacuum chamber. It accounts for the geometry of the chamber components, the hydrogen dissolved in those components, and the processes of diffusion, recombination, and trapp ...

24. Identifying the Dynamic Compressive Stiffness of a Prospective Biomimetic Elastomer by an Inverse Method
Topic: Metals
Published: 5/14/2012
Authors: Steven P Mates, Aaron M Forster, Donald Hunston, Richard Everett, Kirth Simmonds, Amit Bagchi
Abstract: Elastomeric materials that mimic real soft human tissues are sought to provide realistic experimental devices to simulate the human body‰s response to concussive loading so that better protective equipment can be developed. Tissue injury occurs under ...

25. Implications of the choice of interatomic potential on planar faults and surface properties in nickel
Topic: Metals
Published: 9/21/2011
Authors: Chandler A Becker, Francesca M Tavazza, Lyle E Levine
Abstract: With the increasing use of molecular simulation to understand deformation mechanisms in transition metals, it is important to assess how well the simulations capture behavior both near equilibrium and under more extreme conditions. In particular, it ...

26. Intermetallics Formation and Growth at the Interface of Tin-Based Solder Alloys and Copper Substrates
Topic: Metals
Published: 2/17/2003
Authors: Juan C Madeni, S X Liu, Thomas A. (Thomas A.) Siewert
Abstract: Increasing concerns regarding environmental contamination is driving the soldering research community to develop lead-free solder alloys. Previous studies have shown that Sn-based alloys such as Sn-3.5Ag, Sn-0.7Cu, Sn-9Zn, and Sn-3.2Ag-O. ...

27. Nondestructive measurement of the evolution of layer-specific mechanical properties in sub-10nm bilayer films
Topic: Metals
Published: 4/21/2015
Authors: Justin M Shaw, Kathleen Hoogeboom-Pot, Jorge Hernandez-Charpak, Henry Kapteyn, Margaret Murnane, Damiano Nardi
Abstract: ABSTRACT: We use short-wavelength extreme-ultraviolet light to independently measure the mechanical properties of disparate layers within a bilayer film with single-monolayer sensitivity. We show that in Ni/Ta nanostructured systems, while their dens ...

28. Precise determination of the spectroscopic {I}g{/I}-factor using broadband ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy
Topic: Metals
Published: 12/27/2013
Authors: Justin M Shaw, Hans Toya Nembach, Thomas J Silva, Carl T. Boone
Abstract: We demonstrate that the spectroscopic {I}g{/I}−factor can be determined with high precision and accuracy by use of a broadband ferromagnetic resonance measurements and applying an asymptotic analysis to the data. Spectroscopic data used to det ...

29. Repeatability and reproducibility of compression strength measurements conducted according to ASTM E9
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1679
Topic: Metals
Published: 2/14/2013
Authors: William E Luecke, Stephen Graham, Matthew Adler, Li Ma
Abstract: Ten commercial laboratories participated in an interlaboratory study to establish the repeatability and reproducibility of compression strength tests conducted according to ASTM International Standart Test Method E9. The test employed a cylindric ...

30. Residual stress determination by diffraction: Modeling and applications
Topic: Metals
Published: 1/1/2004
Authors: Davor Balzar, N C Popa
Abstract: Residual stress plays an important role in shaping Iilaterials properties. We present both the method to determine texture-weighted strain orientation distribution function for arbitrary crystal and sample symmetries and an example of the determinati ...

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