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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Fracture Properties and Residual Stresses in Small Dimensions
Presentation Title High Temperature Mechanical Properties of Materials Synthesized from Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes
Author(s) Sanjit Bhowmick, Chandra Sekhar Tiwarya, Syed Asif, Pulickel M. Ajayan
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Sanjit Bhowmick
Abstract Scope Nanoengineered 3D materials manufactured from 2D graphene and 1D carbon nanotubes gained visibility in the recent past due to numerous novel applications, primarily in the two most challenges before mankind today, namely, environment and energy. This study focuses on understanding the variation in mechanical properties and deformation mechanism of such 3D materials as a function of temperature. An in-situ nanomechanical instrument, PI 87xR SEM PicoIndenter was used to conduct uniaxial compression of pillar samples that were FIB milled from 3D materials. Materials synthesized from graphene sheets showed completely elastic behavior and brittle fracture at RT. A considerable amount of plasticity was observed at higher temperature. In contrast, carbon nanotube-based bulk materials showed strain softening in loading and significant recovery during unloading both at RT and elevated temperatures.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

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Atomistic Simulations of Crack Nucleation and Propagation along Grain Boundaries
Brittle-to-ductile Transition of Quasicrystals at Small Scales: Cracking, Serrated flows, Diffusion and Phase Transformation
Constitutive Modeling of Indentation Cracking in Fused Silica
Coupling Discrete Dislocation Plasticity and Cohesive Zone Models
Critical Stresses in Intermittent Plasticity
Directional Dependency of the Fracture Behavior of High Strength Pearlitic Steel Wires
Enhanced Fracture Toughness of Mg/Nb Laminated Composites
Enhancing Ductility of Metal-Metal (BCC-HCP) and Metal-Ceramic Multilayered Nanocomposites
Extraordinary Stability of Clamped Beam Fracture Toughness Specimen: Stress Intensity Factor Solutions and New Insights on Possibilities at Small Dimensions
Fracture Toughness of Beryllium Using Insitu X-ray and Digital Image Correlation Techniques
High Temperature Mechanical Properties of Materials Synthesized from Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes
Improved Fracture Resistance of Brittle Molybdenum Thin Films on Polyimide with Stress Tailoring
In Situ Micron Scale Fracture Toughness Testing and Modeling of a Chevron Notched Bowtie-shaped Beam
In Situ Stable Crack Growth at the Micron Scale
In Situ Stable Fracture of Sapphire-Niobium Interfaces
Indentation Fracture Experiments on Single Crystal Olivine from 300K to 1100K
Liquid Metal Embrittlement at the Micro-scale: Gallium FIB vs. Xenon FIB
Measurement of the Fracture Toughness of Thin Films by Pillar Splitting: Effect of Materials Structure and Indenter Geometry
Micro-Compression Testing of Mg-Nb Multilayered Nano-Composites for Ultra-High Strength, Formability and Ductility
Nanoscale Strain Mapping of Individual Defects during In Situ Deformation
Orientation Dependent Fracture Behaviour of LiTaO3 and LiNbO3 Single Crystals
Oxide-induced Substrate Cracking in Ti and Stainless Steels Driven by Pulsed Laser Irradiation
SEM-based In-situ Fracture Measurements of Ceramics and Metals
Small-scale Testing Methodology to Study Fracture Toughness of Interfaces in Multilayered Systems
Studying Plasticity during Fracture at the Micron Scale by Means of Cantilever Experiments in Single-crystalline NiAl and W – HR-EBSD Analyses and Elevated Temperature Measurements
Temperature-Dependent Delamination Failure of Metal-Ceramic Interfaces
Tensile Deformation Behaviour of Notched Nano-scale Metallic Glass Specimens
The Surface Residual Stress of High-frequency Induction Brazing of Cemented Carbide to Alloy Steel

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