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By Srinivasan Arjun Tekalur, Andy VanderKlok (auth.), Eann Patterson, David Backman, Gary Cloud (eds.)

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Composite fabrics and the 1st foreign Symposium on becoming a member of applied sciences for Composites, quantity 7: court cases of the 2012 Annual convention on Experimental and utilized Mechanics represents one in every of seven volumes of technical papers provided on the Society for Experimental Mechanics SEM twelfth overseas Congress & Exposition on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, held at Costa Mesa, California, June 11-14, 2012. the entire set of court cases additionally comprises volumes on Dynamic habit of fabrics, demanding situations in Mechanics of Time -Dependent fabrics and tactics in traditional and Multifunctional fabrics, Imaging equipment for Novel fabrics and not easy purposes, Experimental and utilized Mechanics, Mechanics of organic structures and fabrics and, MEMS and Nanotechnology.

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Shoji T et al (2003) Joining of Zr41Be23Ti14Cu12Ni10 bulk metallic glasses by a friction welding method. Mater Trans 44:1809–1816 17. Shoji T et al (2004) Friction welding of bulk metallic glasses to different ones. Mater Sci Eng, A 375–377:394–398 18. Kawamura Y, Ohno Y (2001) Successful electron-beam welding of bulk metallic glass. Mater Trans 42:2476–2478 19. Kawamura Y, Ohno Y (2001) Spark welding of Zr55Al10Ni5Cu30 bulk metallic glasses. Scr Mater 45:127–132 20. Yokoyama Y et al (2002) Electron beam welding of Zr50Cu30Ni10Al10 bulk glassy alloys.

However the visible material removal features from the micrographs remain suggestive. 32 B. Jayakumar et al. The continuous wave laser welded sample in Fig. 7b revealed a straight line, which can be treated as a laser irradiated track which also failed in a brittle fashion. 8 N; however there were signs of embrittlement. Embrittlement effects have been postulated to occur due to structural relaxation involving shortrange order accompanied by a reduced quenched-in free volume [33, 34]. Visible “ripple-like” formation was observed initiating from the laser track.

In practice only a few grains in the irradiated volume may orient properly to satisfy Bragg’s law and diffract. Observations of these spots reveal crystallization of the amorphous material at and around the weld due to heat and consequent cooling at an insufficient rate. These spots are observed only at the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) around the welded spots and not elsewhere on ribbon. The welded samples did not possess the minimum handling strength for loading on the UTM for tensile lap joint shear strength tests.

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