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Metallurgy Division

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Technical Reference Publication

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Executive Summary: This report describes the major technical activities and accomplishments in the Metallurgy Division of NIST Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory in Fiscal Year 2004 (October 2003 through September 2004). In this report, we have tried to provide insight into how the capabilities of the NIST Metallurgy Division are being used to solve problems important to the national economy and the materials metrology infrastructure, and how we establish new programs in response to changes in national priorities. We welcome feedback and suggestions on how we can better serve the Nation and encourage increased collaboration to this end...

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Table of Contents Table of Contents Executive Summary ...................................................................................................................1 Technical Highlights ...................................................................................................................3 Formation of Glass by a First Order Transition ..................................................................4 Interactions with Industry: Delivering Data and Standard Test Methods for Sheet Metal Forming ...............................................................6 Breakthroughs in Magnetic Refrigeration ...........................................................................8 Grand Challenges in Nanomagnetics: High Coercivity FePt Alloys for Future Perpendicular Magnetic Data Storage .................................................10 On-Chip Interconnects: Extending Performance of Sub-100 nm Lines .................................................................. 12 The Structural Steel of the World Trade Center Towers ..................................................14 Advanced Manufacturing Methods .........................................................................................16 Sheet Metal Forming for Automotive Applications: Anelasticity and Springback Prediction ............................................................................17 Microstructural Origins of Surface Roughening and Strain Localizations ....................................................................................................18 Plasticity, Fabrication Processes, and Performance .........................................................19 Standard Tests and Data for Sheet Metal Formability .....................................................20 The NIST Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science .............................................................................................................. 21 Underlying Processes of Plastic Deformation in Metal Alloys ........................................22 High Speed Machining ...................................................................................................... 23 Mechanisms for Delivery of Thermodynamic and Kinetic Data .....................................24 Phase Field Modeling of Materials Systems: Simulation of Polycrystalline Growth ................................................................................ 25 Hardness Standardization: Rockwell, Vickers, Knoop .....................................................26 Nanometrology ........................................................................................................................27 Nanoscale Characterization by Electron Microscopy....................................................... 28 Nanostructure Fabrication Processes: Patterned Electrodeposition by Surfactant-Mediated Growth .......................................... 29 Nanostructure Fabrication Processes: Thin Film Stress Measurements........................................................................................30 Nanomechanics: Coupling Modeling with Experiments ...................................................31 iv Table of Contents Biomaterials .............................................................................................................................32 USAXS and USAXS Imaging of Biomaterials .................................................................33 Materials for Electronics .........................................................................................................34 Combinatorial/Phase Diagram Approach for Metallization to Wide-Band-Gap Semiconductors ............................................................35 Lead-Free Surface Finishes: Sn Whisker Growth ...........................................................36 Lead-Free Solders and Solderability .................................................................................37 Electrical Properties of On-Chip Interconnections ...........................................................38 Nanomagnetodynamics .....................................................................................................39 Electrodeposited Pt1?x (Fe,Co,Ni)x Alloys .........................................................................40 Novel Magnetic Materials for Sensors and Ultra-High Density Data Storage .....................................................................................41 Discovery of Spin Density Waves in a Ferromagnet: Fe-Al ........................................... 42 Safety and Reliability ...............................................................................................................43 Analysis of Structural Steel in the World Trade Center....................................................44 Standard Test Methods for Fire-Resistant Steel ...............................................................45 Pipeline Safety: Corrosion, Fracture and Fatigue ............................................................46 Frangible Bullets and Soft Body Armor ............................................................................47 Marine Forensics and Preservation of Historic Shipwrecks ............................................ 48 Kinetic Penetrators and Amorphous Metals .....................................................................49 Metallurgy Division FY04 Annual Report Publication List .....................................................51 Metallurgy Division .................................................................................................................. 59 Research Staff .........................................................................................................................60 Organizational Charts ..............................................................................................................61

 

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