Structure properpty correlations for microstructural design

Ganesan, Vaidehi ; Jayakumar, T. ; Raghavan, K. S. ; Raj, Baldev (1995) Structure properpty correlations for microstructural design Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals, 48 (3). pp. 229-236. ISSN 0972-2815

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Microstructures play an important role in alloy design. It is possible to control the properties of engineering structural materials by controlling their internal Icrostructures. It is now an accepted fact that properties of metals and alloys can be tailored based on the knowledge of structure-property correlations. These studies are gaining importance in the design of alloys and in life prediction applications. The best combination of properties of alloys can be tailored during alloy design, based on economics, experience, knowledge and serendipity. Four different commercially available alloy systems used in nuclear industry are studied in this paper.

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