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Journal of Materials Science Research
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ISSN (Print) 1927-0585 - ISSN (Online) 1927-0593
Published by CCSE Homepage  [41 journals]
  • Reviewer acknowledgements for Journal of Materials Science Research, Vol.
           8, No. 2

    • Abstract: Reviewer acknowledgements for Journal of Materials Science Research, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2019
      PubDate: Wed, 01 May 2019 15:54:43 +000
  • Splitting Tensile Strength, Physical and Durability Properties of Cement
           Stabilized Earth Block Reinforced with Treated and Untreated Pineapple
           Leaf Fibre

    • Abstract: In the present study, the physical and mechanical strength of cement stabilized earth block reinforced with treated and untreated pineapple leaf fibre (T-PALF, N-PALF) have been studied. Three types of blocks were casted, firstly the block of dimensions 290*140*120mm were casted and these block were casted for abrasion test, secondly the cube blocks of dimensions 150*150*150mm were made and they were casted for water absorption and density test; thirdly were casted cylinder block of dimensions 200*100mm for Splitting tensile strength. It was found that, the water absorption of the blocks increase with increase of fibre content, the density decrease with fibre content. The fibre have increased the abrasion resistance and tensile strength of the blocks up to 3% of fibre content afterward it decreased. It was also observed that, the T-PALF had significantly improved the properties of the blocks comparing to those reinforced with N-PALF.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Apr 2019 18:53:59 +000
  • Microstructural Characterization of Antimony Modified Carbidic Austempered
           Ductile Iron

    • Abstract: In this research, Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) analysis was conducted on the produced antimony modified carbidic austempered ductile iron for agricultural implement production. Six different alloys of carbidic austempered ductile iron with varying micro quantities of antimony elements were produced. The produced alloys were heated to austenitic temperature of 910oC, held at this temperature for 1 hour, finally subjected to austempering temperatures of 300°C and 325°C for periods of 1-3 hours. The SEM in conjunction with XRD and EDS was used for the analysis. Microstructural phase morphology, phase constituents and phase compositions were viewed with SEM, XRD and EDS respectively. The results show that various phases such as spiky graphite, blocky carbides, granular carbide, pearlite and ausferrite matrix. The XRD pattern revealed some compounds such as (Fe, Cr)3C, (primary carbide), Cr6C23 (few secondary carbide), (NiFe2O4), chromite (FeCr2O4), Cr7C3 (few eutectic carbide) and Cr3Ni2. In conclusion, it was observed in terms of morphology that chunky graphite, blocky carbide and pearlite phases were present in the cast carbidic ductile iron (CDI) without antimony addition. The CDI with varying quantities of antimony additions shows spiky graphite, granular carbides and pearlite matrix. After the samples were subjected to austempering processes, all the phases were found to be intact except the pearlite phase that transformed to ausferrite phase. The antimony element in the alloys was seen to promote the formation of pearlite phase intensively. The hardness of the samples increases as the antimony addition increases from 0.096wt.% to 0.288wt.% owing to the increase in pearlite phase, while the impact toughness reaches relatively high level, when 0.288wt.% antimony was added, probably due to the refinement of graphite nodules. All the results obtained showed that appropriate content of antimony addition plays an important role in increasing the nucleation rate of graphite nodules, and also lead to improvement in carbide formation thereby providing good balance between wear and impact properties.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Apr 2019 18:10:45 +000
  • Coherent Nanowhiskerography

    • Abstract: A new technology is suggested for crystallizing arbitrary materials at temperatures of 3000-4000ºC and pressures of 20-100 thousand atmospheres. First experimental results were obtained in a foil-coated polycarbonate that comprised diffraction gratings.It was established that a laser beam reflected from the diffraction gratings is self-focused inside polycarbonate and becomes a seed, which changes the polycarbonate structure and leads to vitrification and growth of ordered structures from symmetrically arranged whiskers. This results in a light dispersion effect in composites. The results concerning whiskers formed with sharp tips are presented.We used data obtained in these experiments for developing a model of crystallization with the rates of 80-100 m/s. In this case, not only crystals grow, but nanowhiskers also. A new phenomenon of nanowhiskerography was discovered, which can be used for developing the defence against falsification that cannot be reproduced by polygraphic methods.A fundamental data, obtained in this article is allowed us to use technology for crystallisation any materials (glass, quartz, semiconductors, whisker graphite).The term “coherent nanowhiskerography” - is introduced for the first time by us, because the whisker crystallization occurs with a delay in reflection from two diffraction gratings, which are situated at the different depths. Thus, each whisker repeats in structure a retarded whisker during the crystalization. Due to this, unique optical and electrophysical properties arise.Since at the ends of whiskers there is only 1-2 atoms with dangling chemical bonds, therefore, the technology is extremely promising for the new direction of creating a new direction of terahertz technology and also up to date generations of the computing technology.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Apr 2019 17:58:57 +000
  • Molecular Dynamics Study the Factors Effecting the Structure of MgSiO3

    • Abstract: This paper studies the effect of atomic numbers (N), N=2000atoms, 3000atoms, 4000atoms, 5000atoms, 6000atoms at temperature (T), T=300K; N=5000atoms at T=300K, 500K, 1000K, 1500K, 2000K, 2500K, 3000K, 3500K; N=5000atoms at T=300K, 2000K with pressure (P), P=0GPa, 20GPa, 40GPa, 60GPa, 80GPa, 100GPa on the structure of MgSiO3 bulk by Molecular Dynamics method (MD) with Born-Mayer potential (BM), periodic boundary conditions. The results were analyzed through the radial distribution function (RDF), coordination number, angle distribution, size (l), energy (E). The results showed that there are the effects of factors on the structure of MgSiO3 bulk. In addition, with the atomic number (N), temperature (T), different pressures (P) at temperature T=300K, 2000K there are the appearance and disappearance of links Si-Si, Si-O, O-O, Si-Mg, O-Mg, Mg-Mg and number of structural units SiO4, SiO5, SiO6, MgO3, MgO4, MgO5, MgO6, MgO7, MgO8, MgO9 , MgO10, MgO11, MgO12
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Mar 2019 18:11:25 +000
  • AA2219 Aluminum Alloy Processed via Multi-Axial Forging in Cryogenic and
           Ambient Environments

    • Abstract: This paper presents the microstructure and the mechanical behavior of nanocrystalline AA2219 processed by multi axial forging (MAF) at ambient and cryogenic temperatures. The X-ray diffraction pattern and transmission electron microscopy micrographs in the initial microstructure characterization indicate a more effective severe plastic deformation during the cryogenic MAF than the same process conducted at room temperature. MAF at cryogenic temperature results in crystallite size reduction to nanoscales as well as second phase particles breakage to finer particles which are the crucial factors to increasing the mechanical properties of the material. Fractography analysis and tensile tests results show that cryogenic forging does not only increase the mechanical strength and toughness of the alloys significantly, but also improves the ductility of the material in comparison with the conventional forging. In this comparative regard, cryogenic processing provides 44% increase in the tensile strength of the material only after 2 forging cycles when compared to the room temperature process. In addition, further forging process to the next cycles slightly enhances the tensile strength at the expense of ductility due to less ability of the dislocations to accumulate. However, the ductility of the ambient temperature forged samples decreases at a faster rate than that of cryoforged samples.
      PubDate: Wed, 06 Mar 2019 14:37:02 +000
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