Items where Subject is "Materials Science > Interfacial Bonds"
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Das, A and Chaurasia, P K and Mandal, G K and Goecke, S F and De, AMTV (2022) Analytical estimation of thermomechanical distortion and interface layer thickness for gas metal arc lap joining of dissimilar sheets. Welding in the World .
Ghosh, M and Kar, Abhijit and Kumar, K and Kailas, S V (2012) Structural characterisation of reaction zone for friction stir welded aluminium–stainless steel joint. Materials Technology, 27 (2). pp. 169-172.
Ghosh Chowdhury, S and Dutta, Abhijit and Ravi Kumar, B and Kumar, Amit (2006) Textural evolution during accumulative roll bonding of an Al–Li alloy. Materials Science and Engineering A, 428 (1-2). pp. 351-357.
Ghosh Chowdhury, S and Srivastava, V C and Ravi Kumar, B and Soren, S (2006) Evolution of texture during accumulative roll bonding (ARB) and its comparison with normal cold rolled aluminium–manganese alloy. Scripta Materialia, 54 (9). pp. 1691-1696.
Husain, M M and Ghosh, M (2013) Inhibition of intermetallic formation during diffusion bonding of high-carbon steel. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 66 (9-12) . pp. 1871-1877.
Jena, P S M and Pradhan, S K and Tripathy, S and Mahato, B and Fernando, C and Paulose, N and Sahu, J K (2021) Evolution of geometrically necessary dislocation at the gamma-gamma ' interface and its effect on tensile deformation behaviour of disk super alloy. Materials Science & Engineering A-Structural materials properties microstructure & processing, 807 .
Roy, Rajat K and Panda, A K and Mitra, Amitava (2014) The joining behavior of structural steel assemblies of SS321 and 9Cr-1Mo by Cu based rapidly solidified filler alloy. Conference proceeding of ICONS 2014 . (Submitted)
Sharma, D and Gupta, S and Mehta, B R (2020) Techniques for investigation: Semiconductor/electrolyte interface processes in photo electrochemical cell for solar water splitting. Journal of Metallurgy and Materials Science,, 62(1-2) . pp. 75-54.