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"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival booklet of papers offered on the biennial CEC/ICMC meetings. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering is living in the course of the global within the libraries of so much associations that behavior examine and improvement in cryogenic engineering and utilized superconductivity. The book contains invited, unsolicited, and government-sponsored study papers within the learn components of superconductors and structural fabrics for cryogenic functions. the entire papers released needs to (1) be offered on the convention, (2) go the evaluate method, and (3) record formerly unpublished theoretical stories, stories, or measurements of fabric houses at low temperatures."
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The stress and strain to initiate detectable deformation twins by means of optical microscopy were measured for these alloys. Results show that the initiation of deformation twinning correlates best with deformation energy (stress x strain). These results are discussed in terms of the stacking-fault energy. INTRODUCTION Pure Ni and Fe-Ni alloys with Ni contents greater than 36 wt% form a continuous series of face-centered-cubic alloys. Above about 40-wt% Ni, the alloys are ferromagnetic; below about 40-wt% Ni, they have antiferromagnetic components.
SOFT, (1996), Lisbon. 6. A. Nyilas, J. Zhang, 8. Obst, and A. Ulbricht, Fatigue and fatigue crack growth properties of 316LN and lncoloy 908 below 10 K, in: "Advances in Cryogenic Engineering," 38:133 (1992) 24 LOW-TEMPERATURE TENSILE PROPERTIES OF Fe-Ni ALLOYS Richard P. Reed Cryogenic Materials, lnc. Boulder, Colorado 80303, USA ABSTRACT Tensile properties at 295, 195, 76, and 4 K were measured for eight face-centeredcubic Fe-Ni alloys, ranging from 36-wt% Ni to pure Ni. The elastic Iimit, yield and tensile strengths, and elongation to failure are reported.
According to the investigation of the oil contamination, the included oil will be 0 l to a few mg/m for a strand, estimating the total oil quantity of 30 to 60 g per a winding layer. Thus, a removal process of such contamination should be consider in the procedure of the heat treatment. SAGBO OCCURRENCE MAP A SAGBO map can be described to consider the discussions mentioned above section on the actual CS model coil manufacturing processes as shown in Fig. 5. In the figure, X and Y axis indicate the residual stress and the oxygen concentration respectively and the hatched area corresponds to the SAGBO cracking occurrence area.