MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF RAPIDLY SOLIDIFIED ALUMINA.

John P. Pollinger, Gary Lynn Messing

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Abstract

For the CO//2 laser beam intensities and residence times studied, the cooling rate ranged from 1. 1 to 9. 5 multiplied by 10**4 degree C/sec. Changes in microstructure correlated with the calculated cooling rates and ranged from a coarse dendritic structure for the slowest cooling rate to a microcrystalline structure for the fastest cooling rate.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMaterials Science Research
EditorsRobert Foster Davis, Hayne III Palmour, Richard L. Porter
PublisherPlenum Press
Pages505-517
Number of pages13
Volume17
ISBN (Print)0306416778
StatePublished - 1984

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Alumina
Cooling
Laser beams
Microstructure

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Pollinger, J. P., & Messing, G. L. (1984). MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF RAPIDLY SOLIDIFIED ALUMINA. In R. F. Davis, H. III. Palmour, & R. L. Porter (Eds.), Materials Science Research (Vol. 17, pp. 505-517). Plenum Press.
Pollinger, John P. ; Messing, Gary Lynn. / MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF RAPIDLY SOLIDIFIED ALUMINA. Materials Science Research. editor / Robert Foster Davis ; Hayne III Palmour ; Richard L. Porter. Vol. 17 Plenum Press, 1984. pp. 505-517
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Materials Science Research. ed. / Robert Foster Davis; Hayne III Palmour; Richard L. Porter. Vol. 17 Plenum Press, 1984. p. 505-517.

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