Auto and aerospace industries demand light weight, high strength and/or temperature resistant materials.
Many advanced materials have non-cubic crystal structures (e.g. Mg, Ti, & TiAl alloys) and/or anisotropic properties (e.g. composites).
Structure-property relationships are sought using electron, neutron, and x-ray diffraction based techniques and modeling of the deformation behavior.
Mechanical Behavior Of Materials
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