High Performance Dampers for Bridges
A multi-disciplinary research study investigates the use of shape memory alloys as seismic dampers in bridges. Shape memory alloys are a class of alloys that display several unique characteristics,...

Shape Memory Alloys in Smart Applications: A Review

New Welding Alloys and Approaches for Insitu Repair of Cavitation Damage

NOREM: A Welder-Friendly Cavitation-Erosion Resistant Hardfacing Alloy

Cavitation Resistant Alloy for Hydroturbine Repair

Pitting Corrosion of Container Materials in Anticipated Repository Environments

Water Vapor Effects on the Corrosion of Steel

Impacts of Cathodic Protection on Waste Package Performance

Corrosion Test on Candidate Waste Package Basket Materials for the Yucca Mountain Project

Shape Memory Release Device Experiment

Corrosion and Hydrogen Permeation Inhibition by Thin Layer Zn-Ni Alloy Electrodeposition

In-Situ Corrosion Testing of Selected HLW Container Materials

Review of Constitutive Equations for Shape Memory Alloys

Concept for Hazardous Material Management and Container Closure Using Copper Based Alloys

Shape Memory Alloy Actuators Energized Optically Through Optical Fibers for Smart Civil Structures

QST Rolled Shapes, a New Generation of HSLA Compression Members
With the development of the Quenching and Self-Tempering (QST) process by the Luxembourg steelmaker ARBED S.A., a new generation of High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) rolled shapes has become...

Corrosion Life-Time Assessment of Carbon Steel and Stainless Alloys for Geological Disposal Facility
The disposal facility for radioactive wastes, requires long-term integrity. Metal is considering to use as the engineered barrier which constructs the outer walls in such a facility, in...

Localized Corrosion Prediction for Nuclear Waste Disposal Container Materials
When the bentonite is used in the geological disposal of high-level wastes as a buffer material to stand between containers and host rocks, thereby turning the pH of the groundwater slightly...

Aluminum Bronze - Method of Manufacture can Effect Performance

Fracture Toughness of DMMC
The fracture toughness of discontinuous metal matrix composites (DMMC) is always less than the fracture toughness of the matrix, in the same heat treatment or annealed condition. If a...

 

 

 

 

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