Microstructures and Properties of a Rapidly Solidified Aluminum-Gadolinium Alloy
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The results of a study of the microstructures developed in a rapidly solidified Al-Gd alloy are presented. A metastable precipitate with potential as a high temperature dispersion strengthing phase was found after artificial aging. This precipitate is spherical, semi-coherent, 20–40 nm diameter, and apparently stable to an exposure at 450°C for one hour.
Savage, S. J.,
Mahajan, Y. R.,
Jackson, A. G.,
& Froes, F. H.
(1985). Microstructures and Properties of a Rapidly Solidified Aluminum-Gadolinium Alloy. Rapidly Quenched Metals, 915-918.
Presented at the Fifth International Conference on Rapidly Quenched Metals, Wurzburg, Germany, September 3-7, 1984.