Probing nanoscale composites, interfaces, and damage gradients with in-situ and ex-situ multiscale mechanical methodologies

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Abstract

This work reports on recent findings within the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies that determine the effects of interfacial structures and damage gradients on mechanical response at length scales varying from nanometers to millimeters. Three focus areas are presented: 1.) Enhanced structural performance of BULK metallic layered nanocomposites processed via Severe Plastic Deformation as a function of decreasing layer thickness. 2.) In-situ TEM and SEM straining of metallic and metalceramic nanocomposites with enhanced toughness and 3.) High-throughput mechanical probing of nanoscale radiation damage gradients.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAdvanced Materials - TechConnect Briefs 2017
EditorsMatthew Laudon, Fiona Case, Bart Romanowicz, Fiona Case
PublisherTechConnect
Pages29-31
Number of pages3
ISBN (Electronic)9780997511789
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
Event11th Annual TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo, Held Jointly with the 20th Annual Nanotech Conference and Expo, and the 2017 National SBIR/STTR Conference - Washington, United States
Duration: May 14 2017May 17 2017

Publication series

NameAdvanced Materials - TechConnect Briefs 2017
Volume1

Other

Other11th Annual TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo, Held Jointly with the 20th Annual Nanotech Conference and Expo, and the 2017 National SBIR/STTR Conference
CountryUnited States
CityWashington
Period5/14/175/17/17

Keywords

  • Accumulative roll bonding
  • High strength
  • In-situ TEM
  • Nanocomposites
  • Nanomechanical testing

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