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By T. Kadota, T. Tanaka, Y. Kohno, H. Nakajima, H. Tsuji, K. Shibata (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig, Richard P. Reed, William H. Warnes, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)

"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival booklet of papers offered on the biennial CEC/ICMC meetings. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering is living during the global within the libraries of such a lot associations that behavior learn and improvement in cryogenic engineering and utilized superconductivity. The booklet contains invited, unsolicited, and government-sponsored learn papers within the examine components of superconductors and structural fabrics for cryogenic purposes. the entire papers released needs to (1) be provided on the convention, (2) cross the evaluate approach, and (3) record formerly unpublished theoretical reports, reports, or measurements of fabric houses at low temperatures."
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Arge effect on amplitude and frequency in serration, and the small temperature dependence Ieads to the small serration of Incoloy 908 alloy. (5) The effect ofthe magnetic field on serration oflncoloy 908 alloy was not clarified due to the smallness ofthe serration ofthis alloy. ACKNOWLIDGEMENT The authors are grateful to Japan Steel Works for preparing the research alloy, to Dr. Nyilas, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, for building clip-on gauges, and to Drs. Miyamoto, National Research Institute for Metals, for assisting experiments.

31 have suggested a microscopic and dynamic model for magnetic strengthening of these alloys. They assume dislocation glide occurs by thermally activated nucleation of kink pairs, following the premise of Flor et al. 23 The edge dislocations and edge m a.. _ (IJ Q) L (/) a.. 56 a Q) ü E(IJ 3 54 G 100 _J 50 20 • • 30 40 L ........... L.......... 60 '' 70 Nickel, wt% 80 90 100 3 52 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Nickel, wt% Figure 9. Dependence of Young' s modulus (E), shear modul us (G) , and the face-centered-cubic lattice parameter (a) on nicke!

Summaries of the ailoy compositional dependences of stacking-fault energy, the Young's and shear moduli, and lattice parameter, a~; weil as new data on the dependence of the deformation energy to initiate twins are presented. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering (Materials), Vol. , Plenum Press, New York, 1998 25 Table 1. Fe-Ni-alloy metallurgical parameters Alloy, wt% Ni Fe-36Ni Fe- 39Ni Fe-41Ni Fe-46Ni Fe-48Ni Fe-51Ni Fe-66Ni Fe-79Ni Ni Composition, wt% c other Grain Size, ASTM No. 5 64 68 62 62 60 62 61 40 47 RB EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES All alloys tested in this study were "commercial" purity, not high purity.

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