Data for: Constitutive modeling and inverse analysis of the flow stress evolution during high temperature compression of a new ZE20 magnesium alloy for extrusion applications
Contributors: Wojciech Z. Misiolek
... Hot compression flow stress data of cylindrical specimens (length 15 mm and diameter 10 mm) machined from cast billet of novel magnesium alloy ZE20, both before and after inverse analysis processing.
Data for: Effect of inclusion and microstructure on the very high cycle fatigue behaviors of high strength bainite/martensite multiphase steels
Contributors: Guhui Gao
... The data contain the raw data of ultrasonic fatigue testing (stress amplitude and fatigue life), the data of characteristic parameter of fracture surface, where depth is the depth from crack initiation site to the surface of specimen; 2a is the equivalent diameter of inclusion, GBF and fish eye.
Data for: Quantifying heterogeneous deformation in grain boundary regions on shock loaded tantalum using spherical and sharp tip nanoindentation
Contributors: Jordan Weaver
... This data set contains Berkovich and spherical nanoindentation tests on wire-feed additively manufactured pure Ta along with electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) maps. The dataset focuses on the indentation response and EBSD maps at three grain boundaries in a shock deformed sample with incipient spall damage.
Data for: Influence of Gd on the Microstructure, Mechanical and Shape Memory properties of Cu-Al-Be Polycrystalline shape memory alloy
Contributors: Murigendrappa SM
... The attached data repository includes Microstructure, SEM images, Tensile Test, XRD, and DSC data of Cu-Al-Be-Gd Shape Memory alloy
Data for: Influence of multi-channel spiral twist extrusion (MCSTE) processing on structural evolution, crystallographic texture and mechanical properties of AA100
Contributors: Hanadi Salem
... The attached files represent raw data for EBSD results produced Hardness Excel sheet Materials and Metallurgical Transactions A published paper which has more details on the MCSTE desif. Note: Authors of the work, would appreciate accepting the nondisclosure of more details on MCSTE die design since it is still provisional patenting. However, authors of the work would be able to provide the provisional patent provided that a nondisclosure agreement is signed by the reviewers
Data for: Biaxial creep performance of CWSR Zircaloy-4 cladding at emulated off-normal conditions of interim dry storage facility
Contributors: Kuan-Che Lan
... The processed data are provided to study the biaxial creep behavior of Zircaloy-4 cladding material with targeted hydrogen concentrations of 0 wppm, 300 wppm, and 750 wppm at 500°C and at effective stresses at mid-wall of 65 MPa, 55 MPa, and 40 MPa by using the pressurized tube technique. The effective creep strain at mid-wall is derived from the diameter strain of test. The strain-rate is derived from the effective creep strain. The stress exponent is evaluated based on the strain-rate.
Data for: Grain Size Dependence of Strain Rate Sensitivity in a Single Phase FCC High Entropy Alloy Al0.3CoCrFeNi
Contributors: Sindhura Gangireddy
... This is the raw data used in SRS calculations
Data for: Effect of microstructural refinement and intercritical annealing time on mechanical properties of high-formability dual phase steel
Contributors: Hamed Mirzadeh
... Effect of microstructural refinement and intercritical annealing time on mechanical properties of high-formability dual phase steel
Data for: Microstructural and mechanical properties of low-carbon ultra-fine bainitic steel produced by multi-step austempering process
Contributors: Sasan Yazdani
... XRD raw files and figures
Contributors: Hamed Mirzadeh
... The natural aging behavior of a low carbon dual phase (DP) steel was studied and the effects of martensite content and ferrite grain size were taken into account. The enhancement of strength and hardness by aging at room temperature was related to quench aging by the precipitation of carbides in the ferrite grains. It was revealed that increasing the intercritical annealing temperature diminishes the quench aging effect, which was related to the decreased degree of supersaturation of carbon in ferrite. The maximum quench aging effect was observed by annealing the ferritic-pearlitic steel at a temperature close to the eutectoid temperature where the solute carbon content of ferrite reaches the maximum value. However, in contrast to aged DP steels, the tensile stress-strain curves showed yield-point phenomenon. It was also revealed that increasing grain size is in favor of quench aging.