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Title: Effect of temperature on the yield strength of a binary CuZr metallic glass: Stress-induced glass transition
Authors: Wang, L.
Liu, M.C.
Huang, J.C.
Li, Y. 
Wang, W.H.
Nieh, T.G.
Keywords: B. Glasses, metallic
B. Mechanical properties at high temperatures
B. Plastic deformation mechanisms
B. Yield stress
F. Mechanical testing
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Source: Wang, L., Liu, M.C., Huang, J.C., Li, Y., Wang, W.H., Nieh, T.G. (2012-07). Effect of temperature on the yield strength of a binary CuZr metallic glass: Stress-induced glass transition. Intermetallics 26 : 162-165. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Compression tests were conducted on the binary Cu 50Zr 50 metallic glass in a temperature range below glass transition temperature where deformation mode was inhomogeneous. The yield strength of the glass was found to decrease monotonically with the increase of testing temperature in a non-linear fashion. The strength-temperature relation for the binary glass, as well as several other metallic glass systems, could be well correlated through the concept of stress-induced glass transition. The viscosity in the propagating shear band of the binary glass was also measured and found to be insensitive to the sample size and test temperature. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Intermetallics
ISSN: 09669795
DOI: 10.1016/j.intermet.2012.01.031
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