Microstructural Characterization of Nanostructure...
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
1w ago
Microstructural Characterization of Nanostructured Aluminium Crossover Alloys under Thermal Loading ..read more
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Our review article on hydrogen embrittlement and&...
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
2w ago
Our review article on hydrogen embrittlement and detection ..read more
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The influence of He bubble in strengthening of Copper
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
1y ago
Materials at Extremes It is good to see that scientists are working hard to better evaluate the effect of He bubbles in metals and alloys! Sharing a very interesting new article showing unequivocally the influence of He bubbles in the strengthening behavior of Copper! By using shock loading, Lear et al. discovered that He bubbles totally collapse, leaving monoatomic He behind, which then impedes deformation and embrittles the material. A significant work for the advancement of He bubbles influence on mechanical properties! C.R. Lear et al. Transition in helium bubble strengthening of copper ..read more
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Biofuels: are they the solution?
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
2y ago
cgschoen Original flyer of the event The thematic axes program is an endeavor of the Universidade de Sao Paulo, started in the present year and has the aim to provide institutional responses of the major university in Latin America in 11 important themes: Agriculture, Inequality, Democracy, Cities, Culture & Art, Education, Economy, Energy, Industry, Environment and Health, in view of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. I am included in the thematic axis Energy and I am there mainly to represent Nuclear Energy, last Thursday, however, I attended another action of the group ..read more
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Investigating the role of electronic energy loss in high-entropy alloys: comparison with ceramics!
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
2y ago
Materials at Extremes Just sharing with you friends a very interesting research article led by my friend and co-worker, Professor Yanwen Zhang, on the role of electronic energy loss in HEAs. We also do very nice comparison with ceramics! Online now at Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, Elsevier! https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1359028622000213 View original post ..read more
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Metal Alloy Space Materials!
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
3y ago
Materials at Extremes Read now our recent paper on #Space #Materials! Technology of #aluminium #alloys support human aspirations to conquer the space! Great #collaboration between @HudCompEng @HuddersfieldUni @ETH_en @unileoben @metallurgie_mul Nice cover by @AdvSciNews https://tinyurl.com/SpaceMaterials View original post ..read more
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Controlling radiation damage in nanomaterials
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
3y ago
cgschoen Nanomaterials are offering unique opportunities for the design of future nuclear materials. In our recent paper at ACS Applied Nano Materials, we demonstrate that AISI-316 steel nanoparticles are capable of self-healing from the deleterious effect of heavy-ion collisions. We also pose a new question to the materials community on the recyclability of potential nuclear nanomaterials. Open access paper provided by the European Research Council https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsanm.0c01611 I hope you enjoy! A great work in collaboration with University of Manchester, University of ..read more
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Four decades of research on high nitrogen steels at ETH Zürich! — Materials at Extremes
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
3y ago
In the late eighties and early nineties, the ETH Zürich researchers worked intensively on the development of high nitrogen steels at the Institute of Metals Research – with some success. The result was important patents with industrial partners. A number of such steels are still in use today, in particular the nickel-free austenitic steels used […] Four decades of research on high nitrogen steels at ETH Zürich! — Materials at Extremes ..read more
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The SI of Engineering Fracture Mechanics Journal – Hydrogen Embrittlement Topic, Published Review Papers.
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
5y ago
Dear colleagues and friends, I am pleased to inform you that the three comprehensive review papers about hydrogen embrittlement phenomena, foresaw in this special issue (SI) are published. They will be collected soon together with other papers within the dedicated webpage about this SI. 1. The synergistic action and interplay of hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms in steels and iron: Localized plasticity and decohesion by Milos B. Djukic, Gordana M. Bakic, Vera Sijacki Zeravcic, Aleksandar Sedmak and Bratislav Rajicic The particular emphasis in this paper is given to the proposal of the novel a ..read more
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The SI of Engineering Fracture Mechanics – Hydrogen Embrittlement Topic, Published Research Papers.
Hydrogen Embrittlement & Materials Science - Milos Djukic
by Milos Djukic
5y ago
Dear colleagues and friends, I am pleased to inform you that these eight research papers about hydrogen embrittlement phenomena, foresaw in this special issue (SI) are already published. They will be collected soon together with other review and research papers (total 20) within the dedicated webpage about this SI. 1. Electrochemical hydrogen charging to simulate hydrogen flaking in pressure vessel steels by A.Laureys, J. Van Stappen, T. Depover, V. Cnudde and K.Verbeken Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.engfracmech.2019.106546 2. Strain-rate sensitivity of hydrogen-assisted damage evolution ..read more
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