Creep is integrated with Dislocation and Diffusion creep in his study. He brings together Dislocation and Creep to produce work in his papers. Grain boundary is connected with Grain Boundary Sliding and Diffusion creep in his research. Oleg D. Sherby integrates Grain Boundary Sliding with Grain boundary in his research. Metallurgy connects with themes related to Grain size in his study. Oleg D. Sherby combines topics linked to Deformation (meteorology) with his work on Composite material. His Deformation (meteorology) study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Composite material. His Microstructure study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Austenite. His work on Austenite is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Microstructure.
His studies link Ultimate tensile strength with Metallurgy. His research ties Metallurgy and Ultimate tensile strength together. His research brings together the fields of Deformation (meteorology) and Composite material. His study in Composite material extends to Deformation (meteorology) with its themes. His research on Microstructure frequently links to adjacent areas such as Grain boundary. His study deals with a combination of Grain boundary and Grain Boundary Sliding. His Grain Boundary Sliding study typically links adjacent topics like Microstructure. Creep and Ductility (Earth science) are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. His Thermodynamics study often links to related topics such as Creep.
His Thermodynamics studies intersect with other subjects such as Adiabatic process and Quantum mechanics. By researching both Adiabatic process and Adiabatic shear band, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Quantum mechanics and Thermodynamics research. His Organic chemistry research is linked to Phase (matter) and Valence (chemistry), among other subjects. His research brings together the fields of Organic chemistry and Phase (matter). His work in Metallurgy is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Creep. His research ties Metallurgy and Creep together. His Composite material study frequently involves adjacent topics like Ferrite (magnet). His Microstructure study frequently links to other fields, such as Grain Boundary Sliding.
The study of Composite material is intertwined with the study of Deformation (meteorology) in a number of ways. Deformation (meteorology) is frequently linked to Composite material in his study. His study in Grain boundary extends to Microstructure with its themes. His work in Grain boundary is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Microstructure. Much of his study explores Metallurgy relationship to Grain size. Grain size and Metallurgy are frequently intertwined in his study. His Thermodynamics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Slip (aerodynamics). His research brings together the fields of Thermodynamics and Slip (aerodynamics). His study deals with a combination of Grain Boundary Sliding and Creep.
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Mechanical behavior of crystalline solids at elevated temperature
Oleg D. Sherby;Peter M. Burke.
Progress in Materials Science (1968)
Superplasticity in metals and ceramics
T. G. Nieh;Jeffrey Wadsworth;Oleg D. Sherby.
Superplasticity—Recent advances and future directions
Oleg D. Sherby;Jeffrey Wadsworth.
Progress in Materials Science (1989)
Flow Stress, Subgrain Size, and Subgrain Stability at Elevated Temperature
Oleg D. Sherby;Rodney H. Klundt;Alan K. Miller.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1977)
Mechanical behavior of polycrystalline tungsten at elevated temperature
S.L. Robinson;O.D. Sherby.
Acta Metallurgica (1969)
Mechanical behaviour of laminated metal composites
D. R. Lesuer;C. K. Syn;O. D. Sherby;J. Wadsworth.
International Materials Reviews (1996)
The stress and temperature dependence of steady-state flow at intermediate temperatures for pure polycrystalline aluminum
H. Luthy;A.K. Miller;O.D. Sherby.
Acta Metallurgica (1980)
Factors affecting the high temperature strength of polcyrystalline solids
Acta Metallurgica (1962)
High temperature creep behavior of metal matrix AluminumSiC composites
Gaspar González-Doncel;O. D. Sherby.
Acta Metallurgica Et Materialia (1993)
Diffusion-controlled dislocation creep: a defense
O.D. Sherby;J. Weertman.
Acta Metallurgica (1979)
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