S K Sikka
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 3 Issue 2 July 1981 pp 109-117 Biswas Memorial Symposium On The Chemistry And Physics of Solids, Phase Transitions
The three most common crystal structures encountered in group IV transition metals Ti, Zr, and Hf and alloys based on them, under different temperature, pressure and alloy concentration conditions, are hcp(α), bcc (
Volume 7 Issue 3-4 October 1985 pp 377-386
The systematics of the shock constants in shock velocity-particle velocity relations for metals have been examined by energy band theory methods. The causes of non-linearity of this relation at high pressure are discussed in terms of
Volume 14 Issue 5 October 1991 pp 1213-1218
Phase transitions in LiKSO4 have been visually observed in a diamond-anvil cell up to 16 GPa. The observations confirm a symmetry change at 0·9 GPa and a solidstate crystal to amorphous transition at 12 GPa. The crystal exhibits a memory across the crystalline transitions. Interesting microstructural features were observed in the range of the amorphous phase.
Volume 15 Issue 1 February 1992 pp 35-46
Shock wave research is a multidisciplinary field. In materials science, it is used to study equation-of-state, phase transitions and mechanical properties. In material processing, synthesis, powder compaction, shock sintering, shock welding etc. have been the prominent applications. We have been doing shock wave research at Trombay during the last two decades. Recently, we have built a single-stage gas gun to generate shock pressures in samples. In this paper, we describe this facility and some work done on the interpretation of shock-induced phase transitions.
Volume 20 Issue 5 August 1997 pp 623-635
In 1973, Usikov and Zilbershtein proposed that the
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