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Bulk metallic glasses

13.03.2008
In recent years, under the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, many research groups in China have been engaged in developing new metallic glass materials and in studying the relevant issues; they have made great achievements in the preparation of the material and the analysis of its structure and physical properties.

Today, Chinese scientists are ready to prepare a variety of large-sized bulk metallic glass systems, and their achievements in the analysis of the structure, formation, and mechanical and physical properties of bulk metallic glass have attracted broad international interest and attention.

This special issue is a representative review of the most important research results of the key research groups in China, and it tries to cover almost all aspects of metallic glass, including amorphous structure, preparation techniques, exploration of new materials, mechanical and physical properties, and the like.

We hope that this special issue can display the latest progress in metallic glass research in China, and that it will also promote communication and cooperation in this field.

Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy 2008 VOL 51 NO. 4

1. Giant enhancement of magnetocaloric effect in metallic glass matrix composite
WANG YongTian, BAI HaiYang, PAN MingXiang, ZHAO DeQian, WANG WeiHua
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);337-348
2. Deformation behavior of Zr-based bulk metallic glass and composite in the supercooled liquid region
CHEN Qi1, LIU Lin1, CHAN K. C.2
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);349-355
3. Physical aging in Zr46.75Ti8.25Cu7.5Ni10Be27.5 typical bulk metallic glass manifested as enthalpy relaxation
WEN Ping, ZHAO ZuoFeng, WANG WeiHua
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);356-364
4. Deformation behavior of Fe-based bulk metallic glass during nanoindentation
LI Lei1, LIU Yuan1, ZHANG TaiHua2, GU JianSheng1, WEI BingChen1
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);365-371
5. Formation, thermal stability and mechanical properties of Ti42.5Zr7. 5Cu40Ni5Sn5 bulk metallic glass
HUANG YongJiang, SHEN Jun, SUN JianFei
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);372-378
6. Numerical study of pile-up in bulk metallic glass during spherical indentation AI Ke, DAI LanHong Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);379-386
7.Correlation between superheated liquid fragility and potential energy landscape in Gd- and Pr-based glass-forming alloys
GUO Jing, BIAN XiuFang, LI XueLian, WANG CaiDong
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);387-393
8. Microstructure of Cu60Zr20Ti20 bulk metallic glass rolled at different strain rates
LI JinFu, CAO QingPing, ZHOU YaoHe
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);394-399
9. Atomic structures of Zr-based metallic glasses
HUI XiDong1, LIU XiongJun1, GAO Rui1, HOU HuaiYu2, FANG HuaZhi1, LIU ZiKui3, CHEN GuoLiang1

Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);400-413

10. Pd-Si binary bulk metallic glass
YAO KeFu, CHEN Na
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);414-420
11. Fe-B-Y-Nb bulk metallic glasses in relation to clusters
CHENG Xu1, WANG Qing1, CHEN WeiRong12, DONG Chuang1
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);421-426
12. Minor alloying behavior in bulk metallic glasses and high-entropy alloys
ZHANG Yong, ZHOU YunJun, HUI XiDong, WANG MeiLing, CHEN GuoLiang
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);427-437
13. The fluidity and molding ability of glass-forming Zr-based alloy melt
MA MingZhen1, ZONG HaiTao1, WANG HaiYan1, QI YanPeng1, LIANG SunXing1, SONG AiJun12, ZHANG WeiGuo12, WANG Qiang1, ZHANG XinYu1, JING Qin1, LI Gong1, LIU RiPing1

Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);438-444

14. In situ X-ray diffraction study of structural evaluation in Fe73Cu1. 5Nd3Si13.5B9 amorphous alloy at high temperature
LI Gong, XU Tao, GAO YunPeng, LIU RiPing
Science in China Series G-Physics Mechanics Astronomy;2008;51(4);445-450

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