Deformation Mechanisms, Microstructure Evolution and Mechanical Properties of Nanoscale Materials

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  • Copyright: 2011-05-02
  • Publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr
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Symposium P, "Deformation Mechanisms, Microstructure Evolution, and Mechanical Properties of Nanoscale Materials," was held Nov. 29-Dec. 3 at the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. This resultant volume addresses the topic of materials used in next-generation technological devices. These devices are used for a variety of applications-ranging from biomedical to space to energy-related-and will be subjected to non-ambient temperatures and high stresses and pressures. A variety of advanced nanomaterials and nanoscaled architectures have been proposed to meet these stringent demands. However, a complete understanding of the mechanisms that govern deformation at these scales is still elusive. This volume focuses on providing the state-of-the-art research on the mechanical response of nano- and microscale components that may comprise these devices and highlights emerging topics in novel mechanical testing techniques, in situ microscopy, high- and low-temperature deformation mechanisms, and mechanical property characterization of materials, as well as recent advances in atomistic and multiscale modeling of nanomaterials.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedingsp. xi
Nanometer Scale Mechanical Behavior of Grain Boundariesp. 1
Correlation between Adhesion Strength and Thin Film/Substrate Mechanical Properties Using the Nano-scratch Techniquep. 11
Bottom-up Modeling of the Elastic Properties of Organosilicate Glasses and Their Relation to Composition and Network Defectsp. 17
Evaluation of Crack Growth Retardation Effect Due to Nano-scale Voids Based on Molecular Dynamics Methodp. 23
Synthetic Control over the Structure and Symmetry of Carbon Nanotubes: Towards Biomedical Applicationsp. 29
A Phase-Field-Finite Element Model for Instabilities in Multilayer Thin Filmsp. 35
Interphase Energies and Nonequiiibrium Growth of ¿-precipitates in Al-Ag: A DFT Studyp. 47
Influence of Nanoindenter Tip Radius on the Estimation of the Elastic Modulusp. 53
Inception of Plasticity in the Presence of Vacancies in FCC Single Crystals: Indenter Size Effectp. 59
NanoLAB Triboprobe: Characterizing Dynamic Wear, Friction and Fatigue at the Nanoscalep. 65
Nondeterministic Multiscale Modeling of Biomimetic Crack Self-Healing in Nanocrystalline Solids under Mechanical Loadingp. 71
Deformation Mechanisms, Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Nanoscale Crystalline and Noncrystalline Materials in Different Temperature Rangesp. 77
Thermo-Mechanical Behavior at Nanoscale and Size Effects in Shape Memory Alloysp. 83
Nanoscale deformation of MEMS materialsp. 95
Pressure-Induced Nano-Crystallization of Y2O3p. 101
Reaction Pathway Analysis of Homogeneous Dislocation Nucleation in a Perfect Molybdenum Crystalp. 105
Atomistic Study of the Mechanical Properties of Metallic-Glass Nanowiresp. 111
Atomistic Study of the Mechanical Stability of Multi-layered Graphene Nanobridgesp. 117
In Situ Spectroscopy and Modeling of Deformation Behavior of Nanoscale Interfacial Materialsp. 123
Micro/Nano Structure and Morphology of Multi-phase Polymer/Oxide Composites Prepared by Powder Melt Processingp. 131
Influence of Processing Conditions on Mechanical and Structural Properties of DLC Produced by FIB-CVD Methodp. 137
Effect of Ag Content on Electrical Conductivity and Tensile Properties of Cu-Ti-Ag Alloysp. 143
Size Effect on Bending Properties of Diamond-like Carbon Nanopillar Fabricated by Focused Ion Beam-Assisted Chemical Vapor Depositionp. 149
Density Functional Theory Calculations of Properties of the Grain Boundaries in Aluminump. 155
Strengthening Effect of Twin Boundaries in bcc Crystal Evaluated through a Micro-bending Testp. 161
Mechanical Behavior on Micro-compression Test in Ultra-low Carbon Steel Produced by High Pressure Torsionp. 169
Characterizing the Role of Deformation during Electrochemical Etching of Metallic Filmsp. 175
Modeling the Dislocation-Void Interaction in a Dislocation Dynamics Simulationp. 181
Nanoindentation Induced Deformation Near Grain Boundaries of Corrosion Resistant Nickel Alloysp. 187
Profiling of the Mechanical Properties of Ultralow-k Films Using Nanoindentation Techniquesp. 193
Author Indexp. 199
Subject Indexp. 201
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