Publikationen von Martin Palm

Zeitschriftenartikel (93)

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Wasilkowska, A.; Bartsch, M.; Palm, M.; Stein, F.; Sauthoff, G.; Messerschmidt, U.: Mikrostruktur und mechanische Eigenschaften von Fe–Al mit verstärkender Zr(Fe,Al)2-Phase. Verhandl. DPG 6 (37), S. 264 - 264 (2002)
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Zhang, L.; Palm, M.; Stein, F.; Sauthoff, G.: Formation of lamellar microstructures in Al-rich TiAl alloys between 900 and 1100°C. Intermetallics 9 (3), S. 229 - 238 (2001)
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Stein, F.; Zhang, L.; Sauthoff, G.; Palm, M.: TEM and DTA Study on the Stability of Al5Ti3- and h-Al2Ti-Superstructures in Aluminium-Rich TiAl Alloys. Acta Materialia 49 (15), S. 2919 - 2932 (2001)
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Gorzel, A. H.; Palm, M.; Sauthoff, G.: Constitution-based alloy selection for the screening of intermetallic Ti–Al–Fe alloys. Zeitschrift für Metallkunde 90 (1), S. 64 - 70 (1999)
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Hellwig, A.; Palm, M.; Inden, G.: Phase equilibria in the Al–Nb–Ti system at high temperatures. Intrmetallics 6 (2), S. 79 - 94 (1998)
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Palm, M.: The Al–Cr–Fe system-Phases and phase equilibria in the Al-rich corner. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 252 (1-2), S. 192 - 200 (1997)
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Strauß, S.; Krajak, R.; Palm, M.; Grabke, H.-J.: Metal dusting of Fe3Al and (Fe,Ni)3Al. Materials and Corrosion - Werkstoffe und Korrosion 47 (12), S. 701 - 702 (1996)
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Palm, M.; Sanders, W.; Sauthoff, G.: Phase Equilibria in the Ni–Al–Ta System. Zeitschrift für Metallkunde/Materials Research and Advanced Techniques 87 (5), S. 390 - 398 (1996)
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Palm, M.; Inden, G.: Notes concerning the paper “partial phase diagram of the Ti–Al binary system” by J.J. Ding,et al. Journal of Phase Equilibria 17 (4), S. 275 - 276 (1996)
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Palm, M.; Inden, G.; Thomas , N.: The Fe–Al–Ti system. Journal of Phase Equilibria 16 (3), S. 209 - 222 (1995)
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Palm, M.; Inden, G.: Experimental determination of phase equilibria in the Fe–Al–C system. Intermetallics 3 (6), S. 443 - 454 (1995)
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Kainuma, R.; Palm, M.; Inden, G.: Solid-phase equilibria in the Ti-rich part of the Ti–Al system. Intermetallics 2 (4), S. 321 - 332 (1994)
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Hellwig, A.; Inden, G.; Palm, M.: The invariant reaction between α, α2 and γ in the Ti/1bAl system. Scripta Metallurgica et Materialia 27 (2), S. 143 - 148 (1992)

Buchkapitel (9)

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Gama, S.; Grieb, B.; Tretyachenko, L.; Palm, M.: Al–Fe–Sn (Aluminium-Iron-Tin). In: Ternary Alloys: Selected Al–Fe–X Ternary Systems for Industrial Applications, Bd. 21, S. 437 - 446. Materials Science International Services GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany (2022)
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Ghosh, G.; Palm, M.: Al–Fe–Zn (Aluminium-Iron-Zinc). In: Ternary Alloys: Selected Al–Fe–X Ternary Systems for Industrial Applications, Bd. 21, S. 541 - 568. Materials Science International Services GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany (2022)
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Kumar, H. K. C.; Palm, M.; Rank, M.; Walnsch, A.; Watson, A.: Al–Co–Fe (Aluminium-Cobalt-Iron). In: Ternary Alloys: Selected Al–Fe–X Ternary Systems for Industrial Applications, Bd. 21, S. 73 - 99. Materials Science International Services GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany (2022)
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Materials Science International Team, MSIT®: Selected Al–Fe–X Ternary Systems for Industrial Applications. In: Ternary Alloys: A Comprehensive Compendium of Evaluated Constitutional Data and Phase Diagrams, Bd. 21 (2022)
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Palm, M.; Stein, F.: Iron-Based Intermetallics. In: High-Performance Ferrous Alloys, S. 423 - 458 (Hg. Rana, R.). Springer Nature Switzerland, Cham, Switzerland (2021)
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Palm, M.: Al–Ti Binary Phase Diagram Evaluation. In: MSI Eureka, 20.15634.2.4 (Hg. Effenberg, G.). MSI, Materials Science International, Stuttgart (2020)
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Kumar, K. C. H.; Palm, M.; Rank, M.; Walnsch, A.; Watson, A.: Al–Co–Fe Ternary Phase Diagram Evaluation. In: MSI Eureka, 10.15955.3.7 (Hg. Effenberg, G.). MSI, Materials Science International, Stuttgart (2019)
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