1968 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His scientific interests lie mostly in Martensite, Crystallography, Shape-memory alloy, Diffusionless transformation and Metallurgy. His Martensite study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electron diffraction and Monoclinic crystal system. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plane, Lattice and Orientation.
His Shape-memory alloy research includes elements of Single crystal and Deformation. His Diffusionless transformation study incorporates themes from Electron microscope, Transmission electron microscopy and Optical microscope. In Metallurgy, he works on issues like Cubic crystal system, which are connected to Stacking-fault energy, Antiferromagnetism, Magnetic susceptibility, Close-packing of equal spheres and Deformation mechanism.
C.M. Wayman mainly investigates Martensite, Metallurgy, Crystallography, Shape-memory alloy and Alloy. His Martensite research incorporates themes from Deformation, Transmission electron microscopy and Austenite. His Metallurgy research incorporates elements of Electron microscope and Precipitation.
C.M. Wayman interconnects Electron diffraction, Lattice and Morphology in the investigation of issues within Crystallography. As a part of the same scientific study, C.M. Wayman usually deals with the Shape-memory alloy, concentrating on Single crystal and frequently concerns with Stress. In the field of Alloy, his study on Precipitation hardening overlaps with subjects such as Substructure.
C.M. Wayman mainly investigates Metallurgy, Shape-memory alloy, Martensite, Diffusionless transformation and Crystallography. His work on Alloy, Tensile testing and Embrittlement as part of general Metallurgy research is frequently linked to Transformation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystal twinning, Single crystal, Cubic crystal system and Pseudoelasticity.
His Lath study, which is part of a larger body of work in Martensite, is frequently linked to Mechanism, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Diffusionless transformation intersects with topics in Transformation, Mechanism, Morphology and Deformation. His research integrates issues of Reciprocal lattice, Lattice, Transmission electron microscopy and Shear in his study of Crystallography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Shape-memory alloy, Diffusionless transformation, Crystallography, Martensite and Metallurgy. The Shape-memory alloy study combines topics in areas such as Alloy, Transmission electron microscopy, Hysteresis and Deformation. His Diffusionless transformation research includes elements of Mechanism and Deformation.
His study in the field of Crystal twinning is also linked to topics like Type. The various areas that C.M. Wayman examines in his Martensite study include Single crystal, Lattice, Crystal structure and Optical microscope. His study in the fields of Niobium under the domain of Metallurgy overlaps with other disciplines such as Electropolishing.
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Precipitation processes in near-equiatomic TiNi shape memory alloys
Minoru Nishida;C. M. Wayman;T. Honma.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1986)
Superelasticity effects and stress-induced martensitic transformations in CuAlNi alloys
K Otsuka;C.M Wayman;K Nakai;H Sakamoto.
Acta Metallurgica (1976)
Crystallographic similarities in shape memory martensites
T. Saburi;C.M. Wayman.
Acta Metallurgica (1979)
Characteristic temperatures and other properties of thermoelastic martensites
H.C. Tong;C.M. Wayman.
Acta Metallurgica (1974)
The shape memory mechanism associated with the martensitic transformation in TiNi alloys—I. Self-accommodation
S. Miyazaki;K. Otsuka;C.M. Wayman.
Acta Metallurgica (1989)
Transformation behavior and the shape memory in thermally cycled TiNi
C.M. Wayman;I. Cornelis;K. Shimizu.
Scripta Metallurgica (1972)
The R-phase transition and associated shape memory mechanism in Ti-Ni single crystals
S. Miyazaki;C.M. Wayman.
Acta Metallurgica (1988)
Characteristics of lath martensite: Part I. crystallographic and substructural features
B. P. J. Sandvik;C. M. Wayman.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1983)
The formation of martensite and the mechanism of the shape memory effect in single crystals of Cu-Zn alloys
T.A. Schroeder;C.M. Wayman.
Acta Metallurgica (1977)
Thermoelastic behavior of the martensitic transformation in ß′ NiAl alloys
Y.K. Au;C.M. Wayman.
Scripta Metallurgica (1972)
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