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By Marc De Graef, Henning Friis Poulsen, Alexis Lewis, Jeff Simmons, George Spanos

Addressing a severe development sector in fabrics technology, this quantity positive aspects papers offered on the 2012 foreign convention on 3D fabrics technology, equipped by way of The Minerals, Metals & fabrics Society (TMS). With the head researchers on the planet assessing the cutting-edge in the a number of parts of three-d fabrics technology, this assortment offers the best discussion board for authoritative shows on all points of the technology, together with characterization, visualization, quantitative research, modeling, and research of structure-property relationships of materials.Content:

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Kadkhodabeigi, Y. Saboohi. “A new wave equation for MHD instabilities in aluminum reduction cells”, TMS Light Metals, (2007), 345-349. [7] S. A. V. Yu. Lukashchuk. “The 3D modeling of MHD-stability of aluminum reduction cells”, TMS Light Metals, (2003), 373-377. [8] M. Dupuis, V. Bojarevics, D. Richard. “Impact of the vertical potshell deformation on the MHD cell stability behavior of a 500 kA aluminum electrolysis cell”, TMS Light Metals, (2008), 409-412. [9] D. S. Severe, A. F. Schneider, C. V.

The grain sizes calculated from the above theories are shown in Table 4. a) b) c) Fig. 3 Comparison of real size distribution of particles a) at grain faces, b) at grain edges and c) at grain corners with the numbers of particles calculated assuming random distribution (dashed line) in the Fe-C-V alloy. 0 In both alloys the original Zener and Hunderi-Ryum theories yielded a grain size considerably greater than the measured ones. Conversely, the theory of grain corner pinning yielded a grain size smaller than the experiment.

105 [16] E. A. D. thesis, Princeton University, 2011. 09V alloys. The number and size distribution of carbide particles were determined from the number of consecutive sections cutting a particle or the observed largest size in distinction of grain faces, edges and corners by means of serial sectioning. The particle numbers in contact with each type of grain boundary site were considerably greater than those calculated assuming random distribution. Theories that all particles pin grain boundaries predicted the final grain size in fair agreement with measured ones.

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