A rolled Al plate was cut at different angles to the rolling direction. Isothermal measurements at 300 degree C show Young's modulus decrease in the direction of rolling. On the sample cut at 30 degree from the rolling direction Young's modulus increases. An internal friction peak is shown on steel containing free nitrogen and fewer carbon atoms after solution-heat-treatment and quenching in water of room temperature. During heating to 170 degree C this peak is due to nitrogen atoms dissolved. The peak disappeared during subsequent cooling.
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 1978|
|Event||Unknown conference - Budapest, Hung|
Duration: Oct 9 1978 → Oct 13 1978
|Period||10/9/78 → 10/13/78|
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