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High pressure materials synthesis  - Examples from the Group IVa elements carbon, silicon and germanium

High Pressure Interest Group Seminar Series

Title: High pressure materials synthesis  - Examples from the Group IVa elements carbon, silicon and germanium

Speaker: Bianca Haberl, Neutron Scattering Division, Neutron Sciences Directorate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, USA

When: Thursday, Feb 28th at 4:00 p.m.

Where: Bldg. 8630 Shull Wollan Center, Room A-202

Seminar Series: High Pressure Interest Group

High Pressure Interest Group Seminar - Utilizing neutron diffraction to non-destructively map residual stresses in operating high-pressure sample environments

ABSTRACT:

Neutron diffraction has proven a valuable tool for materials characterization of engineering materials, specifically for the technique’s merits in residual stress mapping. Neutron diffraction allows for non-destructive spatial characterization of residual stresses in engineering materials with deep penetration, as opposed to x-ray diffraction which can only characterize the surface stress state. The HB2B beamline at HFIR has two decades of history mapping residual stresses in a variety of components and materials.

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