The influence of cobalt on the microstructure and adherence ...
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215 Processing and Application of Ceramics 5 [4] (2011) 215–222 The influence of cobalt on the microstructure and adherence characteristics of enamel on steel sheet Masoud Bodaghi1,*, Amin Davarpanah2 1Engineering Design and Advanced Manufacturing, MIT Portugal Program, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal 2School of Materials Science, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran Received 5 August 2011; received in revised form 20 October 2011; accepted 19 December 2011 Abstract In this study, the influence of cobalt (Co) on the microstructure and adhesion between enamel and steel sub- strate has been investigated.
  • adherence index
  • steel substrate
  • metal surfaces
  • e.a. yatsenko
  • free enamel
  • cobalt
  • steel
  • interface
  • iron
  • surface

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Bothy. Web or Call 01887 820071Tuesday 24th Jan, 7.30pmin his life and his travels, Patrick takes www.highlandsafaris.netBurns Nichthis audience on a journey in this open Pitlochry Festival Theatre ingevent  and goes ‘beyond’ . . with Linda Ormiston, James and An.£6.50Sunday 1st January 1pm  4pm drew NicolTel Box Office 01796 484626 Pitlochry New Year Street Party. With a traditional supper and piper inwww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comAtholl Road Pitlochry the Festival Restaurant, the evening Eddie Rose and the Jack Delaney's follows the timehonoured form: tradi Ceilidh Band, the Vale of Atholl PipeFriday 27 Jan 11.45am – 12.45pm tional Scottish fare (warmreekin’, Band, Silly McB the Clown, will all beAnne Barker Remembered Reme rich!) will be served with local whisky, at the street party.Dancing raffle,dies Sponsored by The Highland all washed down with a performance food & refreshments. Contact GrahamSoap Company® of Burns songs and poems in the cosy Holmes 01796 473 153 or e.mailWinter Words Festival Pitlochry surroundings of the Foyer. Tickets: graham@homeshome.plus.comFestival Theatre £30.00 Tel Box Office 01796 484626 Anne Barker has travelled the length www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comand breadth of Scotland to gather in Monday 2nd January 8pm sights into the way plants have fea Fiddle Tree New Year Ceilidh Friday 27th Jan  5th Februarytured in our lives for genera Dance Winter Words Festivalon the recollections oftions. Based The Birnam House Hotel Pitlochry Festival Theatre hundredsof people from every corner The hugely popular annual Fiddle Tree Get Together with Great Minds at theof Scotland, Remembered Remedies is New Year Ceilidh Dance takes place at eighth successive Winter Words Festia fascinating insight into the way The Birnam House Hotel on Monday val  the best possible start to Scotplants have featured in Scottish life  January 2nd. Sticking with tradition, land’s Literary Year! This year, we’llfrom collecting seaweed from island the band on the night will once again bring you even more of the specialshores and bottling cordials, to making be the everpopular BELLA McNAB'S elements that make this celebration ofheather beds and chaff mattresses and DANCE BAND from Edinburgh. Doors the written and the spoken wordusing plants for medicinal pur will open at 8.00 p.m and the birlin' unique  from stories of Scotland’sposes. Anne’stalk will be beautifully will start soon after that. landscape, its history and its people,illustrated with images of the many Tickets cost £10 (full price); £8 (usual to tales of adventure, exploration andplants she remembers from her jour concessions) and £5 (under18s). discovery, all shared by a dazzling arney. Anneis an author, a parttime Available to buy by cash or cheque ray of authors, wordsmiths and broadlecturer in ethnobotany at the Royal from Birnam CD and Zigzags (details casters from across Scotland and beBotanic Garden, Edinburgh, and a above). Card bookings are available yond. TelBox Office 01796 484626member of Council of the Botanical ONLINE ONLY at www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comSociety of Scotland. www.thebooth.co.uk.£6.50 Tel Box Office 01796 484626 www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comFriday 27 Jan 10.30am – 11.30am Fri 20th Jan, 7.30pm and Sat 21st Patrick Richardson Reports from Jan, 2.00pm Beyond  A Journey Through LifeFriday 27 Jan 1.00pm – 2.15pm The Cemetery Club to Remote PlacesColin Liddell  Literary Lunch In Pitlochry Festival TheatreWinter Words Festival PitlochryCelebration of a Diamond Jubilee! Just Do It Theatre  Three Women in Festival TheatreWinter Words Festival Pitlochry search of a life . . . Offering a glimpse into a colourful andFestival Theatre Three Jewish, New York widows meet adventurous personality, Patrick(Free for Festival Circle and John once a month for tea before visiting Richardson`s extraordinary travelStewart Society members? their husband’s graves . . . Lucille and memoir recalls a lifetime of unusualThe fascinating history of Scotland's Ida in their own very different ways journeys to remote and fascinatingTheatre in the Hills is told by local his are ready for a new life and perhaps a cultures. His accounts range from thetorian Colin Liddell, the third member new man  or in Lucille’s case, ‘men’! highly dramatic  falling through theof his family to be a Trustee of the However when Ida meets Sam and ice in Lake Baikal; being attacked by aTheatre. This event will offer a unique romance starts to blossom . . . Lucille pack of dogs in Vanuatu in the Pacificopportunity to see rare and unusual and Doris go into action! They know to the more descriptive and lyrical deimages from recent and bygone days, what’s best for Ida . . . or think they pictions of travelling up the Amazon,including wellkent faces from the do! climbing the sacred Mount Emei inPitlochry stage, the erection of the Tickets: £12.00  £14.00 Concessions western China, or sailing down thetented structure before the first sea available. Please book concession tick River Niger to Timbucktu.Luring theson opening in 1951, the Queen ets by phone (01796 484626) or in reader into a rich sensory world ofMother’s visit in 1960 and Prince person. TelBox Office 01796 484626 foreign sights, sounds and smells, reCharles’s visits in 1981 and 2002 – and www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comflecting his desire for adventure boththat’s in addition to hearing the in
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triguing stories of the directors andRobertson has spent 20 years as aFriday 27 Jan 9.30pm  10.30pm / designers, actors and managers, andjournalist, covering 9/11, Dunblane,FEARIE TALES Free sixty years of plays! Colin’s enthrallingand the Omagh bombing amongstWinter Words Festival Pitlochry narrative will be interspersed with aother significant events. His first novel,Festival Theatre host of interesting PFT facts, such asRandom, was shortlisted for the 2010Gather together in the cosy, informal the top ten most performed playCWA New Blood Dagger and longlistedatmosphere of the BenyVrackie Bar, wrights at PFT and the most often perfor the 2011 Crime Novel of the Year.as we once again round off the day’s formed plays, together with a roll callHis second novel, Snapshot, is reevents with tales of the macabre and of the actors who have appeared mostleased in paperback in February 2012the supernatural, read by some famil often on the renowned Pitlochryand his third novel will be published iniar faces from the Pitlochry stage £16.50June. £8.50Tel Box Office 01796original tales that restage. HearSpend an afternoon in 484626 thecompany of two great crime writcount unnerving coincidences, www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comstrange encounters at remote lochs,ers for the price of one! Box Office 01796 484626chance sightings on remote hillsides, www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.combefore plunging into the depths of Friday 27 Jan 3.00pm – 4.00pm black, dank woods or taking flight into Alex Gray and Caro Ramsay Friday 27 Jan 7.30pmthe “other” world of phantoms, bogles Women and Crime Inside Natures Giants with Simonand wraiths. Winter Words Festival Pitlochry WattEach evening will feature a selection of Festival Theatre Winter Words Festival Pitlochrydifferent hairraising tales, but a dram Two of Scotland’s top crime writers Festival Theatre(or two) should help to keep the chills come together to discuss their work, Simon Watt sprang onto our TVat bay . . . Every one of this year’s their lives and how they find the inspi screens in the Baftawinning Channel 4tales of the ghostly and the mysterious ration for their dark, disturbing series, Inside Nature’s Giants, whichwill be an entirely new story, created books. Carostarted writing when an gets under the skin of the largest anijust for Winter Words by writers eager unexplained spinal injury left her bed mals on the planet. Most wildlife docuto take part in our annual Fearie Tales ridden for a year. Her first two books, mentaries show how animals behave,Competition. If you think you’ve got Atonement and Singing To The Dead but by exploring their anatomy, Insidewhat it takes to write a Fearie Tale, propelled her from relative obscurity to Nature's Giants reveals how thesethen why not turn to p. XX for full de one of the top 20 crime writers of creatures really work.Simon, an evotails of the 2012 competition.Go on. 2010. Alexhas been awarded the lutionary biologist, takes us behind theGet writing. Scare us – and yourself. If Scottish Association of Writers' Consta scenes of the programme to examineyou dare . . .Box Office 01796 484626 ble and Pitlochry trophies for her crime some of the worlds most fascinatingwww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comwriting. Her previous novels include animals. What is a dinosaur bird andFive Ways to Kill a Man, Glasgow Kiss, where can you find one? How did theSat 28 Jan 10.30am 11.30am Pitch Black, The Riverman and Never shell of a turtle develop? And why doMairi HedderwickKatie Morag’s Somewhere Else.£8.50Box Office whale carcasses explode? Simon willIsland Stories 01796 484626 even bring along some previously unWinter Words Festival Pitlochry www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comseen footage, that didn’t make it toFestival Theatre screen! Simon’sunusual career pathCome and meet sensational Scottish Friday 27 Jan 4.30pm  5.30pm hasn’t always pointed towards TV.children's author and illustrator Mairi G. J. Moffatt and Craig Robertson Though he has spent the vast majorityHedderwick, who will bring to life her Men and Crime of his working life as an educator inmuch loved stories about Katie Morag Winter Words Festival Pitlochry one form or another, he has alwaysand her friends in their magical Heb Festival Theatre favoured jobs which allow him to dressridean home!Mairi will also introduce Scottish crime isn’t all about the ladies up funny and flit through the centuriesher new picture book character, a wee  the men of Caledonia have produced with reckless abandon. To date, hemischievous little boy  Peedie some stonking crime fiction, too. has pretended professionally to be aPeebles! This promises to be a new Robertson and Moffat are coming to plague victim, a World War One solfavourite and is, as ever, beautifully read from their work, convincing us dier, a Viking slave trader, a medievalillustrated. that they can outwrite their female monk, a Tudor rake and a VictorianThese stories are perfect for sharing literary counterparts any day! scamp . . .and reading aloud. What can you ex Blindside, by Moffat, is the third in his Funny, fascinating and thrilling, don’tpect? A few tales of mischievous be series of dark, explosive novels set in miss this opportunity to go behind thehaviour and cheeky happenings of Scotland and Denver, and is set to be scenes of a hit TV show! £16.50 Boxcourse! Familyevent for 48 year another bestseller. 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Saturday 28 Jan 10.30 – 11.30ammerous documentaries for BBC Radiotional portraits of giants in astronomy, Dr. David Rae The Living Collec4, Radio Scotland and Wildlife onexploring pivotal turning points in tion sponsored by Explorers andis a wonderful speaker, whoOne. Jimman’s understanding of the cosmos. The Scottish Rock Garden ClubThe Sky’s Dark Labyrinth is set at themakes a welcome return to Winter Winter Words Festival Pitlochrydawn of the 17th century, when mostWords following last year’s very popu Festival Theatrelar event.£6.50believed that the Sun revolved aroundBox Office 01796 Like priceless objects in a national mu484626 theEarth  yet some began to suspect seum or library, the plants growing inwww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comotherwise. It’s the fascinating, fiction the four gardens of the Royal Botanicalized story of Kepler and Galileo, two Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) form amen who struggled to change our Saturday 28 Jan 1.00pm – 2.15pm great collection: a dynamic display ofworld forever. Literary Lunch  Mairi Hedder living specimens held in safekeepingCome and hear Stuart talk about the wick ShetlandRambles for all to enjoy. Here are nature’sstars, the men who formed our com Winter Words Festival Pitlochry works of art gathered from across themon knowledge of the sky and how Festival Theatre world, carefully curated, meticulouslythey suffered for their be Mairi Hedderwick began her rambles in maintained and beautifully presented.liefs. £8.50Box Office 01796 484626 1992 in the Highlands, combining her But there is much more to the collecwww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comexquisite illustrations with the original tion than the beauty that meets thetravelogue of Victorian artist John T. eye . . .Saturday 28 Jan 4.30pm – 5.30pm Reid. She then moved on to Shetland, Join Dr David Rae, Director of HorticulColin Prior High Light where she continued her love affair ture at the Royal Botanic Garden EdinWinter Words Festival Pitlochry with Reid, with island life and with burgh, for an illustrated journey beFestival Theatre walking, by drawing the most beautiful hind the scenes at the Botanic GardenAnyone with a passion for mountains scenery in the world. Join Mairi, one of and an explanation of the skilled workand wild places cannot fail to have Scotland’s best loved authors, on a involved in caring for a worldfamousenjoyed Colin’s breathtaking pano beautifully illustrated ramble through Living Collection  and why this workramic images on calendars, posters Shetland, including examples of the matters. £6.50and prints.Box Office 01796 engravings that so drew her to Reid all 484626 In2006 he established the Colin Prior those years ago. Mairi Hedderwick is www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comPhotography School, which offers in the acclaimed author of books for spiration and tuition to a new genera adults and children, including the Katie Saturday 28 Jan 11.45am –tion of photographers, helping them to Morag series. She lives on 12.45pmbecome conversant with the visual Coll. £16.50Box Office 01796 Jim Crumley The Ancient Forest oflanguage of photography. Trips in 484626 CaledonScotland, Bhutan, Namibia, Pakistan www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comWinter Words Festival Pitlochryand Greenland offer clients unique Festival Theatrephotographic experiences in wild Saturday 28 Jan 2pm – 2.30pm The Great Wood of Caledon is the hisplaces, whilst fostering a strong con Poetry Please Free Event in Café toric native forest of Highland Scotnection with the environment.Colin Bar land: an impassable place, a Highwill be talking about his work including Winter Words Festival Pitlochry landswide jungle, infested by wolf,his latest book, High Light  the culmi Festival Theatre lynx, bear and beaver – and paintednation of the last five years work in Share a much loved poem in this men. Or was it?Jim Crumley, authorthe Scottish highlands and is unique event. See page X for details!and documentary maker, threads alands £10.00Box Office 01796 Box Office 01796 484626 path among relict strongholds of na484626 www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comtive woodland, beginning with a solilowww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comquy by the Fortingall Yew, the one Saturday 28 Jan 3.00pm  4.00pm tree in Scotland that can say of the Saturday 28th January 7.30pm Stuart Clark The Sky’s Dark Laby heyday of the Great Wood 5,000 Sir Chris Bonington  Triumph and rinth years ago: “I was there”. Tragedy on the Eiger Winter Words Festival Pitlochry Enriched by vivid wildlife encounters, Winter Words Festival Pitlochry Festival Theatre this is a passionate and poetic account Festival TheatreStuart Clark loves the stars. As well as that binds the slow dereliction of the Of all the great challenges of the Alps, being an acclaimed science writer and past to an optimistic future.De the North Wall of Eiger stands su editor of Astronomy Now, Stuart has scribed by the Los Angeles Times Book preme, both for the richness of its his studied, gazed upon and thought Review as ‘the best nature writer tory and the dramas, many of them all about stars for all his life. Now he working in Britain today’, Jim Crumley too tragic, that have taken place from turns that knowledge and intensity to (born and bred in Dundee) has written the early attempts in the 1930s to the his first of three novels, penning fic 23 books to date and has made nu present day.
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Chris Bonington experienced this diSunday 29 January 10.30am –this power more equitably made any rectly in his various attempts and final 11.30amdifference and what are the full impli success in making the first British as Gary Sutherland Golf on thecations of the recent debtfuelled cen,t and in his involvement in the Rocksall those with anbubble? For housing dramatic story of extreme climbing Winter Words Festival Pitlochryinterest in urban and rural land in and the extraordinary media circus Festival Theatre Scotland,this event provides a fasci that accompanied the first ascent of Gary Sutherland was a lapsed golfer,nating and illuminating analysis of one the Eiger Direct in the winter of 1966 until he acquired his late dad's putter.the most important political questions made by Dougal Haston and four Ger After studying a crumpled golf map ofin Scotland – who owns Scotland and man climbers. Mountaineer, writer, photographer andScotland, Gary decided to embark on ahow did they get it?£6.50 Box Office lecturer, Chris Bonington startedjourney to play 18 rounds of golf on01796 484626 climbing at 16 in 1951 and it has been 18 Scottish islands in honour of hiswww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comhis passion ever since. He has made dad, a ship's captain who, when he some of the most historic ascents of wasn't at sea, was never off the golfSunday 29 January 1.00pm – the worlds most challenging moun course. Fromthe Northern Isles to2.15pm tains: the North Wall of the Eiger, the the Outer Hebrides, playing in the HarLiterary Lunch Dennis Canavan South Face of Annapurna (the biggest ris hail and Arran sunshine, he wouldLet The People Decideand most difficult climb in the Hima encounter an odd variety of golfingWinter Words Festival Pitlochry laya at the time) and the first ascent of the South West face of Everest inhazards, including sheep on the tees,Festival Theatre1975, reaching the summit himself incows on the fairways  and electricDennis is a much admired and hugely 1985 at the age of 50. fences round the greens!Come andpopular Scottish politician (he gained He has written 17 books, fronted nu hear his lifeaffirming tale of rememthe highest ever majority in elections merous TV programmes and lectures brance and discovery. It's about havin Scotland – twice!) and is a keen all over the world, receiving a knight ing a laugh and holding on to what'ssupporter of devolution. He has at hood in1996 for services to mountain dear. And it's about a putter withtracted both praise and controversy eering. magical properties. You can believethroughout his career and is recog Following a sell out appearance in what you choose  but it all happenednised as one of the most colourful poli 2006, Winter Words is thrilled to wel come back one of the most popular. . .This is golf in the raw  a millionticians ever to have graced Holyrood. and iconic adventurers of our times.miles from St Andrews!£6.50 BoxIn this book, which covers some 30 Tickets: £18.50 Tel Box Office 01796 Office 01796 484626years in politics, Dennis bares his soul 484626 www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comhis life as a socialist orator, and about www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com howhis public life was touched with Sunday 29 January 11.45am –the private tragedy of the early loss of Saturday 28th January 9.30pm – 12.45pmthree sons he loved.Thought provok 10.30pm / Free Andy Wightman The Poor Had Noing, moving and speaking with breath Fearie TalesLawyers? takingcandour, this will be a memora Winter Words Festival Pitlochry Winter Words Festival Pitlochryble afternoon in the company of a Festival TheatreFestival Theatre livelyand fascinating personality. If the lights flicker and then dim, don’t Who owns Scotland – and how on£22.50 BoxOffice 01796 484626 worry  it’s just the beginning of the earth did they get it?www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comsecond night’s scareyoutainment! Andy Wightman takes us on a voyage Huddle with other fearless souls as we of discovery into Scotland’s past toSunday 29 January 3.00pm – bring you tales of unwelcome appari find out why and how landowners got4.00pm tions, unexpected visions and unnerv hold of millions of acres of land thatIncludesSue Lawrence Eating In ing occurrences. And as your eyes ad were once held in common. In doinga Cooking Demonstrationjust to the gloom, if you should hap so, he tells the untold story of howWinter Words Festival Pitlochry pen to see out of the corner of your Scotland’s legal establishment andFestival Theatreeye a cowled figure with sightless eyes politicians managed to appropriateDescribed by The Times as one of the gliding past, don’t worry . . . the blind land through legal fixes.From Robertbest recipe writers in the land, TV chef monk’s here every night . . .Box Office the Bruce to Willie Ross, and fromSue Lawrence is proud of the food that 01796 484626 James V to Donald Dewar, land hasScotland produces. From Ayrshire ba www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comconferred political and economiccon to Arbroath Smokies, Scottish fare power. Have attempts to redistributeforms the raw material for her latest
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book, Eating In.Tuesday 31 January 1.30pm – As Scotland's 'squeezed middle' finds2.30pm that cooking at home is a necessarySchools event  Victoria Campbell measure, Lawrence argues that weViking Goldcan turn austerity into a virtue. ComeWinter Words Festival Pitlochry and see Sue make a couple of her faFestival Theatrevourite recipes live on stage and pickFascinated by history (especially the up some tips to make your mealtimesgory bits), Victoria believes everyone a more exciting place to eat!else should be too! She thinks the Vi £10.00 Box Office 01796 484626kings and their achievements – discov www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comAmerica, for one – are hugely ering  underrated.Her latest book, Viking Sunday 29 January 4.30pm –Gold, is aimed at 1216 year olds. 5.30pmWhilst being a facedpaced action ad Tom Devine To the Ends of theventure, it also looks at a Dark Age Earth Europeon the cusp of the early medie Winter Words Festival Pitlochryval renaissance, especially culture Festival Theatre(between Norse, Native Ameri clashes The Scots are one of the world's greatcan, and Christian Irish/English) and est nations of emigrants. For centuthe nascent rise in literacy and the ries, untold numbers of men, womenmaterial culture of the book. and children have sought their forVictoria will read excerpts from Viking tunes in every conceivable walk of lifeGold and use replica Viking arms, cos and in every imaginable climate acrosstumes, everyday objects and multi the British Empire, the United Statesmedia to instigate discussions about and elsewhere, from finance to induswhat life would be like for young peo try, philosophy to politics.Tom Deple in Dark Age Europe, with audience vine, one of Scotland’s foremost histointeraction and participation, and rians, will bring the story of these emiquestions on her books, on history and grants centre stage, taking many faon her writing process.Ideal for chil mous stories and removing layers ofdren in (S1S3) and adults alike! myth and sentiment to reveal the no£2.50 (u18, £4.50 for adults) Box Of less startling truth, paying particularfice 01796 484626 attention to the exceptional Scottishwww.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.comrole as traders, missionaries and sol diers. Filledwith fascinating stories and with an acute awareness of the poverty and social inequality that pro voked so much emigration, To the Ends of the Earth will make you think about the world in quite a different way. This will be a lively and fascinating afternoon of engagement and enter tainment with plenty of food of thought. £10.00Box Office 01796 484626 www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com
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