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Journal of Materials Science Research
Number of Followers: 8  

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ISSN (Print) 1927-0585 - ISSN (Online) 1927-0593
Published by CCSE Homepage  [43 journals]
  • Dynamic Fracture Toughness Behaviour of CFRP-Foam-CFRP Sandwich Composite
           and Particles Filled Hybrid Glass Fiber Cloth, Graphene Nanoplates Coated
           Glass Fiber Strand Composite Materials under Low Impact Velocity

    • Abstract: The main objective of the present study is to investigate the dynamic fracture toughness behaviors of CFRP-Foam-CFRP sandwich composite of V-notched through -thickness, surface, and un-notched specimens under Izod, and Charpy impact tests.  The sandwich composite structures are made of cross-plied carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) composite faces with polyurethane foam core. CFRP composites are used to combine the upper face and the lower face through the core in stitched sandwich structures. Compressive strength of weight drop impact perforated and un-perforated sandwich composite specimens are measured from a universal testing machine. Also, particles (Al2O3, CNTs, and cement) filled glass fiber cloth and graphene nanoplates coated glass fiber strands reinforced polymer hybrid composite are fabricated for V-notched, un-notched Izod impact and Charpy impact tests. The results show that weight drop impact energy is lower than the Izod impact energy but higher than the Charpy impact energy, whereas the dynamic fracture toughness of Izod impact energy is more than the Charpy and weight drop impact energy due to geometry of impactor and sandwich specimen. However energy and dynamic fracture toughness of Al2O3, CNTs, and Cement filled un-notched hybrid composites higher than the notched hybrid composites under Izod Impact. The dynamic fracture toughness and energy of CNTs filled hybrid composites is higher than the sandwich composites, Al2O3, and Cement filled hybrid composites under Charpy Impact.
      PubDate: Mon, 30 May 2022 22:28:02 +000
       
  • New Interferometric Method and Device for Measuring the X-Ray Train Length

    • Authors: S. A. Mkhitaryan
      Abstract: A new interferometric method for measuring the length of the X-ray train is proposed, and a special interferometer, a device for measurement of the X-ray train length has been developed, created, and tested. The length of the X-ray train and the duration of coherent radiation are estimated and it has been proven that the interference pattern disappears when the difference of paths between the superimposing waves becomes greater than the length of the coherent X-ray train. The bound of a disappearance of the X-ray interference pattern is determined depending on the magnitude of the path differences. The length of the X-ray train is determined, which is close to the theoretically determined value.
      PubDate: Mon, 30 May 2022 22:27:37 +000
       
  • Reviewer acknowledgements for Journal of Materials Science Research, Vol.
           11, No. 1

    • Abstract: Reviewer acknowledgements for Journal of Materials Science Research, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2022.
      PubDate: Mon, 23 May 2022 11:26:34 +000
       
  • Dopamine-Derived Graphite-Like Hard Carbon Materials for High-Performance
           Li+ Ions Storage

    • Authors: Shengwen Zhong, Bao Liu, Li Wang
      Abstract: Graphite anode material is easily powdered under large currents, resulting in a short circuit inside the battery, causing serious safety hazards. Therefore, it is necessary to study a negative electrode material, increase the diffusion channel of lithium ions, increase the layer spacing, reduce the transmission distance, effectively weaken the lithium-ion deposition, and improve the cycle life. A novel organic hard carbon material was prepared by calcining dopamine hydrochloride (DA) at three temperatures. Under the inert atmosphere of 950 °C, the material is fully carbonized, the lattice spacing is 0.367 nm, and it has good lithium-ion transmission activity. After assembling into a battery, after 2000 charge-discharge tests at a high rate of 10C, the charging specific capacity is still 103.3mAh g-1, and the CE remains 101.4%. Dopamine hard carbon anode materials exhibit excellent specific capacity and cycle properties, providing new ideas to support the rapid charging and discharging of hard carbon anode materials.
      PubDate: Fri, 08 Apr 2022 06:32:23 +000
       
  • Improving the Life Service of Fe-34Mn-10Al-0.76C Tidal Turbine Blades
           Using Variable PMF

    • Authors: Eisa A. Almeshaiei
      Abstract: This paper studied the effect of increasing pulsed magnetic field (PMF) voltage during treating a Fe-34Mn-10Al-0.76C steel alloy used in fabricating a blade to be installed in a tidal turbine on its fatigue lifetime. Fatigue strength for each sample treated using PMF voltages (0, 100 and 160 V) had been investigated experimentally to plot their S-N curves while fatigue lifetime of the tidal turbine had been predicted using mathematical model established by a MATLAB code. The cyclic loadings affect the studied turbine were rearranged using Rainflow algorithm. Results of the study showed that, the blade made of Fe-34Mn-10Al-0.76C steel alloy and treated using PMF 100 v had achieved the highest fatigue resistance. The aforementioned fact had investigated based on comparing among the three specimens under the same conditions. For each specimen, the effect of the tidal turbine operation period according to fatigue lifetime been examined as well and it was investigated that, increasing number of operation hours resulted in a drastic reduction in the turbine’s fatigue life of the turbine.
      PubDate: Wed, 02 Mar 2022 07:31:47 +000
       
  • Root Cause of Degradation in the Creep Strength of Martensitic Steel

    • Authors: Manabu TAMURA
      Abstract: Creep curves of Grade 91 and 92 steels were analyzed by applying an exponential law to the temperature, stress, and time parameters to investigate the formation process of the Z-phase, which lowers the long-term rupture strength of high-Cr martensitic steel. The activation energy (Q), activation volume (V), and Larson–Miller constant (C) were obtained as functions of creep strain. At the beginning of creep, sub-grain boundary strengthening occurs because of dislocations that are swept out of the sub-grains, and this is followed by strengthening owing to the rearrangement of M23C6 and the precipitation of the Laves phase. Heterogeneous recovery and subsequent heterogeneous deformation start at an early stage of transient creep near several of the weakest boundaries because of the coarsening of the precipitates; this results in the simultaneous decreases in Q, V, and C even in transient creep. Further, this activity triggers an unexpected degradation in strength because of the accelerated formation of the Z-phase even in transient creep. The stabilization of M23C6 and the Laves phase is important to mitigate the degradation of the long-term rupture strength of high-strength martensitic steel. The stabilization of the Laves phase is especially important for Cr-Mo systems because Fe2Mo is easily coarsened at approximately 600 °C compared to Fe2W in Grade 92 steel.
      PubDate: Thu, 25 Nov 2021 06:49:22 +000
       
 
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