## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 19

Page 34

Space charge distribution between two materials, I and II, when the thickness of I

is much less than its

material I immersed in material II, as illustrated in Fig. 16, the calculations of the ...

Space charge distribution between two materials, I and II, when the thickness of I

is much less than its

**Debye**length. 3. Size Effects If we consider a thin slab ofmaterial I immersed in material II, as illustrated in Fig. 16, the calculations of the ...

Page 128

For finite nonzero values of c, the composite will behave like a

than an ordinary elastic continuum. In a

the wave vector are confined in a finite zone and the maximum value of kh or the

...

For finite nonzero values of c, the composite will behave like a

**Debye**solid ratherthan an ordinary elastic continuum. In a

**Debye**continuum the components kt ofthe wave vector are confined in a finite zone and the maximum value of kh or the

...

Page 219

In their computer model they assumed each process could be represented by a

single

, that the nitrogen peak height is independent of the oxygen concentration) is in ...

In their computer model they assumed each process could be represented by a

single

**Debye**-type peak. One of their assumptions to support their model (namely, that the nitrogen peak height is independent of the oxygen concentration) is in ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

activation energy alloys angle annealing Argon Arsenault axis binding energy bond calculated carbon chemical vapor deposition crystal curvature curve CVD tungsten Debye decrease deposition determined dipole displacement distribution effect elastic constants elastic waves electron equation equilibrium experimental Fe-Mn-N Fe-N fibers force constants fracture free energy function geometric given grain boundaries group velocities growth path envelope Hasson hoop stress impingement increase interface internal friction interstitial ions kcal/mole kinetics laminate lattice layer manganese measured mechanism metal microstructural change molecules neighbors niobium nitrogen nitrogen atoms nucleation obtained oxygen parameters particles peak broadening peak height phase potential propagation reinforcing elements relaxation processes rhenium s-i interaction s-i pair scavenging Section shear shown in Fig Snoek peak solid specimen structure substitutional addition substitutional solute substrate surface tensile ternary alloys tetragonal titanium transverse wave triple line tungsten values vanadium volume fraction xy plane yield stress zirconium