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Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis

Application and Innovation for Metals, Alloys, and Engineered Materials

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10-08-2018 | Review

Improving the Weld Procedure for Aged HP-Mod Alloy Reformer Tubes

Welding of service-exposed, aged heat-resistant nickel-base alloys is notoriously difficult. There is a high propensity for cracking in the heat-affected zone (HAZ) of the weld which manifests during or immediately after the welding process due to …

10-08-2018 | Technical Note

The Effect of New Double Solution Heat Treatment on the High Manganese Hadfield Steel Properties

In this paper, the influence of double solution process on microstructure changes and the hardness behavior of Hadfield steel at different quenching environments were investigated. High magnesium (17.5 wt.%) Hadfield steel with different mean …

01-08-2018 | Technical Article

Abnormal Grain Growth of Hi–B Steel in the Secondary Recrystallization

The microstructural evolution, grain boundary character distributions, and the behavior of inhibitors during abnormal grain growth (AGG) of the Hi–B steel in the secondary recrystallization were studied in a wide range of annealing temperatures.

01-08-2018 | Technical Article

Selection of FSW Tool Parameters for Joining Al-Mg4.2 Alloy: An Experimental Approach

The present article deals with the experimental results showing the influence of pin profile and shoulder diameter of the welding tool on the mechanical and microstructural properties of friction-stir-welded Al-Mg4.2 alloy joints.

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Metallography, Microstructure and Analysis focuses on the art and science of preparing, interpreting, and analyzing microstructures in engineered materials, to better understand materials behavior and performance. The journal covers the methods of evaluation of metallic materials for use in the metals industry, including the aerospace industry, the automotive industry, and parts of the construction industry, and the results of those evaluations. Coverage includes new techniques in metallography and microscopy which aid in the examination, interpretation, and analysis of microstructures and microstructural properties in metals, alloys, ceramics, and building materials. The journal also examines mechanical processes and environmental behavior in regards to microstructures in materials, as well as the characterization of building materials, tribological surfaces and interfaces, superplasticity, and radiation effects.

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