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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Phase Transformations in Ceramics: Science and Applications
Presentation Title Advances in Experimental Techniques for Investigating Microstructure Dependent Phase Transformations
Author(s) Raman P. Singh, Daniel R Lowry, Pankaj Sarin
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Raman P. Singh
Abstract Scope Recent advances in full-field experimental techniques have enabled the real-time determination of displacement and strain distributions in complex microstructures at multiple length scales. Two techniques of interest are AFM-based indentation and microscale digital image correlation. These techniques also benefit from the use of full-scale finite element modeling to interpret experimental data in the absence of closed-form analytical solutions. This talk will provide a broad overview of the application of such techniques to various materials problems of interest. Furthermore, the specific application of these two techniques is discussed for characterization of ferroelastic transformation toughening in rare-earth niobates.
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Advances in Experimental Techniques for Investigating Microstructure Dependent Phase Transformations
Avoiding Transformation-induced Cracking in ZrO2 Shape-memory Ceramics: Constraints, Surfaces and Interfaces
Changes to the local environment during the entropic phase transformation in high entropy oxides.
Direct conversion of heat to electricity using first-order phase transformations in ferroelectrics
Effect of Microstructure on Cyclic Phase Transformation Behavior in Shape Memory Zirconia
Exploring 3-D Reciprocal Space: a Powerful Tool to Answer Basic and Applied Materials Science Questions at 33BM APS
Ferroelectric Phase Transition in Tungsten Trioxide Gas Sensors
First-principles investigation of phonon instabilities and displacive phase transitions in CaTiO3-perovskites
First principles investigation into the phase stability and enhanced hardness of TiN-ScN and TiN-YN alloys
In-Situ Observations of Phase Transformations on Individual Particles of a Cu/Fe Oxygen Carrier during High-Temperature Oxidation and Reduction Cycles
In-Situ Phase Diagram Determination of the HfO2-Ta2O5-TiO2 Ternary Up to 3000 ˚C
In-situ X-ray characterization of phase evolution during solid-state synthesis of multicomponent systems
In Situ Investigation of Stress-Induced Martensitic Transformation in Granular Shape Memory Ceramics
Influence of Annealing Temperature and Time on Phase Stability and Fracture Toughness of Rare-earth Stabilized Zirconia
Investigations on the glass transition and crystallisation behavior of glasses by oscillatory rheometry
Meso- and Micro-structural Design and Processing of Shape-Memory and Superelastic Bulk Ceramics
Phase Transformations in High-entropy, Lanthanide Oxides
Phase transitions in hollandite oxides with nanoscale chemical ordering
Precipitation in Metal-Ceramic Systems Under Reducing Conditions
Prediction of Diffusionless Phase Transformation by Determination of the Orientation Relationship, Shear, and Motif Translation with the Smallest Atom Shuffles
Pseudo-Single Crystal Growth of Cobalt Dititanate, an Entropy Stabilized Compound
Reactive Texturing of Yttria and Ceria TZP in a Strong Magnetic Field
Realizing novel defect ordering in yttria stabilized zirconia via ion radiation
Single Phase Spinel Produced from Powders of Alumina and Magnesia in Reactive Flash Sintering
The Effect of Zr4+ Co-Substitution on the Phase Transition and Thermal Expansion Properties of RENbO4 Materials (RE = La3+, Dy3+, Y3+)
Thermal Expansion and Phase Transformation Mechanism in the Lanthanide Di-titanate System
Topotactic Motif and Orientation Relation Extraction for Phase Transformations from In-Situ X-ray Powder Diffraction
Unraveling stress-induced structure evolution in functional oxides using in-situ neutron diffraction

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