By R.P.H. Chang, R. Roy, M. Doyama, S. Somiya
This symposium used to be organised with the purpose of encouraging collaboration in overseas technological know-how and engineering groups for the good thing about human style. It consisted of invited talks via specialists on fabrics and poster presentation papers. nearly one hundred forty scientists participated and the ensuing lawsuits current an up to date overview of the learn during this zone.
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Soc. 39-45 (1962). 8. R. Roy, "Aids in Hydrothermal Experimentation: II. Methods of Making Mixtures for Both 'Dry' and 'Wet' Phase Equilibrium Studies," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 49:145-146 (1956). 9. R. Roy, D. P. Cheng and M. Mathis, in Microwaves: Theory and Application in Materials Processing IV, "Microwave Processing: Triumph of Applications-Driven Science in WC-Composites and Ferroic Titanates," American Ceramic Socieity (1997). 10. P. Cheng, D. K. Agrawal, S. Komarneni, M. Mathis and R. Roy, "Microwave Processing of WC-Co Composites and Ferroic Titanates," Mat.
The reaction mixture using Ta205-x coupled and heated very rapidly until the temperatures reached 550 ~176 At that temperature the sample ceased to heat, indicating weak microwave absorption. XRD analysis showed that while BMT was the major phase which had already formed, significant amounts of the reactants still remained. The failure to heat was probably due to the fact that pure BMT is a microwave transparent material exhibiting very low dielectric loss and as it formed the total absorption decreased.
A section through a 3" diameter, 3" long steel punch for shaping aluminum soft drink and beer cans is shown in Figure 7. The steel punch has been transformed for the upper several mms to a martensitic phase, with same hard precipitate, appearing. A double (2-3~t) thin layer of martensite and one of titanium carbide the added cladding material. The data from our work have been summarized by Roy et al. (16). The performance of this clad, transformed tool was >102 times better than the similar tools which had not been so processed.