Joachim H. Schneibel mainly focuses on Metallurgy, Fracture toughness, Microstructure, Intermetallic and Grain size. Metallurgy connects with themes related to Flexural strength in his study. His Fracture toughness research includes elements of Brittleness, Toughness and Argon, Analytical chemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Creep, Tensile testing and Annealing, which intersect with Microstructure. His research in Intermetallic intersects with topics in Volume fraction and Sintering. His Grain size research integrates issues from Grain boundary strengthening, Grain boundary, Intergranular fracture, Softening and Solid solution strengthening.
Joachim H. Schneibel focuses on Metallurgy, Microstructure, Fracture toughness, Composite material and Intermetallic. His Alloy, Aluminide, FEAL, Ductility and Grain boundary study are his primary interests in Metallurgy. His research integrates issues of Tensile testing and Nickel in his study of Alloy.
His studies deal with areas such as Creep, Thermal diffusivity and Grain size as well as Grain boundary. His Microstructure research incorporates elements of Flexural strength, Annealing, Solid solution and Hot pressing. His work carried out in the field of Fracture toughness brings together such families of science as Brittleness, Fracture mechanics, Toughness and Molybdenum.
Joachim H. Schneibel mostly deals with Metallurgy, Grain size, Microstructure, Composite material and Alloy. He usually deals with Metallurgy and limits it to topics linked to Porosity and Grain boundary diffusion coefficient. His studies in Grain size integrate themes in fields like Fracture toughness and Grain boundary strengthening, Grain boundary.
His Microstructure research focuses on subjects like Creep, which are linked to Nanostructure, Ferritic alloy and Atom probe. The various areas that he examines in his Composite material study include Ferromagnetism and Atmospheric temperature range. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Flexural strength and Intermetallic.
Joachim H. Schneibel mostly deals with Metallurgy, Grain size, Microstructure, Solid solution and Grain boundary. His study on Metallurgy is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Flexural strength. The Flexural strength study combines topics in areas such as Powder metallurgy, Softening, Brittleness, Fracture toughness and Intergranular fracture.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Silicide, Sintering, Hot isostatic pressing, Hot pressing and Superplasticity in addition to Intermetallic. His Alloy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Porosity and Dispersion. Joachim H. Schneibel interconnects Deformation mechanism, Annealing and Dislocation in the investigation of issues within Grain growth.
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Test environments and mechanical properties of Zr-base bulk amorphous alloys
C. T. Liu;L. Heatherly;J. A. Horton;D. S. Easton.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1998)
Tensile properties and fracture toughness of TiAl alloys with controlled microstructures
C.T. Liu;J.H. Schneibel;P.J. Maziasz;J.L. Wright.
Recent advances in B2 iron aluminide alloys : deformation, fracture and alloy design
C.T. Liu;E.P. George;P.J. Maziasz;J.H. Schneibel.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (1998)
Microstructure and mechanical properties of Mo–Mo3Si–Mo5SiB2 silicides
J.H. Schneibel;C.T. Liu;D.S. Easton;C.A. Carmichael.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (1999)
Optimization of Mo-Si-B intermetallic alloys
J. H. Schneibel;P. F. Tortorelli;R. O. Ritchie;J. J. Kruzic.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2005)
Mechanically alloyed Mo–Si–B alloys with a continuous α-Mo matrix and improved mechanical properties
M. Krüger;S. Franz;H. Saage;M. Heilmaier.
A Mo–Si–B intermetallic alloy with a continuous α-Mo matrix
J.H Schneibel;M.J Kramer;D.S Easton.
Scripta Materialia (2002)
Processing and mechanical properties of a molybdenum silicide with the composition Mo–12Si–8.5B (at.%)
Joachim H Schneibel;M.J Kramer;Ö Ünal;Richard N Wright.
Ambient to high temperature fracture toughness and fatigue-crack propagation behavior in a Mo–12Si–8.5B (at.%) intermetallic
H. Choe;D. Chen;J.H. Schneibel;R.O. Ritchie.
Liquid-phase sintered iron aluminide-ceramic composites
J.H. Schneibel;C.A. Carmichael;E.D. Specht;R. Subramanian.
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