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Bulk Nanostructured Materials

ISBN: 978-3-527-31524-6
736 pages
March 2009
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The processing and mechanical behaviour of bulk nanostructured materials are one of the most interesting new fields of research on advanced materials systems. Many nanocrystalline materials possess very high strength with still good ductility, and exhibit high values of fatigue resistance and fracture toughness. There has been continuing interest in these nanomaterials for use in structural and biomedical applications, and this has led to a large number of research programs worldwide. This book focuses on the processing techniques, microstructures, mechanical and physical properties, and applications of bulk nanostructured materials, as well as related fundamental issues. Only since recently can such bulk nanostructured materials be produced in large bulk dimensions, which opens the door to their commercial applications.
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PART ONE INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
1 Nanostructured Materials: An Overview
2 Bulk Nanostructured Materials by SPD Processing: Techniques, Microstructures and Properties
3 Nonmetallic Bulk Nanomaterials

PART TWO FUNDAMENTALS
4 Deformation Mechanisms of Nanostructured Materials
5 Modeling of Strength and Strain Hardening of Bulk Nanostructured Materials
6 Finite-element Method Simulation of Severe Plastic-deformation Methods
7 MD Simulation of Deformation Mechanisms in Nanocrystalline Materials

PART THREE PROCESSING
8 ECAP: Processing Fundamentals and Recent Progresses
9 High-pressure Torsion -
Features and Applications
10 Fabrication of Bulk Nanostructured Materials by Accumulative Roll Bonding (ARB)
11 Bulk Nanomaterials from Friction Stir Processing: Features and Properties
12 Bulk Nanostructured Metals from Ball Milling and Consolidatio
13 Bulk Nanostructured Materials from Amorphous Solids
14 Continuous SPD Techniques, and Post-SPD Processing

PART FOUR CHARACTERIZATION
15 Transmission Electron Microscopy of Bulk Nanostructured Metals
16 Bulk Nanostructured Intermetallic Alloys Studied by Transmission Electron Microscopy
17 Microstructure of Bulk Nanomaterials Determined by X-Ray Line-profile Analysis
18 Texture Evolution in Equal-channel Angular Extrusion

PART FIVE PROPERTIES
19 Mechanical Properties of Bulk Nanostructured Metals
20 Superplasticity of Bulk Nanostructured Materials
21 Fracture and Crack Growth in Bulk Nanostructured Materials
22 Fatigue Properties of Bulk Nanostructured Materials
23 Diffusion in Nanocrystalline Metallic Materials
24 Creep Behavior of Bulk Nanostructured Materials -
Time-dependent Deformation and Deformation Kinetics
25 Structural Properties of Bulk Nanostructured Ceramics

PART SIX APPLICATIONS
26 Bulk Nanostructured Multiphase Ferrous and Nonferrous Alloys
27 Bulk Nanocrystalline and Amorphous Magnetic Materials
28 Niche Applications of Bulk Nanostructured Materials Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation
29 Bulk Materials with a Nanostructured Surface and Coarse-grained Interior
30 Commercializing Bulk Nanostructured Metals and Alloys
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Michael Zehetbauer is Professor for Materials Physics at the University of Vienna, where he heads the section on "Nanocrystalline Materials". His research focuses on severe plastic deformation of metals and the characterization of ultrafine grained and/or nanocrystalline structures by X-ray and synchrotron radiation. He was organizer of the Second International Conference on Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation, held in Vienna in 2003.

Yuntian T. Zhu is Professor in the Materials Science and Technology Division at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. His work concentrates on processing and characterization of bulk nanostructured materials and he is also active in research related to carbon nanotubes. Yuntian Zhu was co-organizer of four symposia on ultrafine grained materials.
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"This comprehensive book on BNM has very good technical depth and is filled with data, illustrations, graphs, photographs, and very detailed descriptions. It is sure to be the standard reference book on BNM. As such, it would be an excellent choice for any researcher working in the field of nanotechnology." (IEEE Electrical Insultaion Magazine, April 2010)

“This book will be of interest to advanced academic audiences and, in a more general way, scientists/engineers in the field. Summing Up: Recommended.” (CHOICE, October 2009)
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