High Intensity Electro-Magnetic and Ultrasonic Effects on Inorganic Materials Behavior and Processing Held in Raleigh, North Carolina on 17-18 July 1989
Final rept. 1 Apr 1989-31 Mar 1990
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV AT RALEIGH DEPT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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The objectives of this workshop were to review the ongoing work on the effects of the various forms of energy, other than thermal and external stresses on the mechanical behavior of materials, and to identify critical technical issues which must be addressed to make a headway to understand the mechanisms involved in these effects and exploit this emerging technology. The program started with the considerations of the fundamental mechanisms relevant to the physical effects to be discussed, followed by the discussion of the mechanisms involved in specific mechanical effects and a full session on the materials processing. The spirit of this workshop is to exclude from its scope the thermally and mechanically induced effects. Workshop Inorganic materials Electro-magnetic effects Ultrasonic effects Materials behavior Materials processing Solid state theory Material processing technology.
- Inorganic Chemistry