Phase Transition of Shock-Loaded ZrTiCuNiBe Bulk Metallic Glass under Continuous Heating
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Phase transition of Zr<SUB>41.9</SUB>Ti<SUB>14.7</SUB>Cu<SUB>13.1</SUB>Ni<SUB>10.1</SUB>Be<SUB>20.2</SUB> bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) treated by shock loading (transition from a solid state to a solid state) and prepared by shock-wave quenching (transition from a solid state to a liquid state to a solid state) are investigated by <I>in situ</I> X-ray diffraction measurements under continuous heating conditions. The thermal properties, precipitation phases and phase transitions of the shock-loaded and shock-wave-quenched BMGs are found to be different from those of water-quenched BMGs. The differences are probably due to different structures between the BMGs induced by complex effects of shock loading.
- Materials Transactions, JIM
Materials Transactions, JIM 49(4), 869-873, 2008-04-01
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