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26). Demonstrators were supplied to restaurants and to a number of participants in the study. Unfortunately, when marketing started, the pans that were sold had not undergo the thermal treatment designed to stabilize the mixture of icosahedral and b-CsCl type phase that are quenched in a metastable state during the fast cooling that follows the projection from liquid state . As a consequence, the high corrosion resistance characteristic of the alloy selected for this application was lost, especially in washing machines.
The thickness of this oxide layer depends on the conditions under which oxidation is carried out . Note that the oxide layer formed on Al-Cr-Fe CMAs after water immersion is relatively thin, giving this CMA a signiﬁcant corrosion resistance, especially with respect to the action of water . Wetting by ultrapure water of Al-based CMA surfaces kept in ambient air and cleaned using a strict protocol avoiding contamination was studied by measurements of contact angles. 16). 16 Variation of the reversible adhesion energy of water, WH2O, against n2/t2 where n ¼ n(EF) is the intensity of the Al 3p partial DOS at EF and t is the oxide thickness.
At all temperatures the curves have common qualitative features. 55%. At 700 C, for instance, a stress difference as large as 45% between the lower and upper yield stress was measured. Additional yield-point effects are seen after the temperature changes and after stress relaxation. At high strains, above about 2%, the curves show an almost constant ﬂow stress or, at some temperatures, a very weak work-hardening stage. The deformation behavior is strongly temperature dependent: the stress strongly decreases with increasing temperature, leading to high-strain ﬂow stresses between about 320 MPa at 650 C to 120 MPa at 800 C.