As industry grows, the need for materials with new Physical and Mechanical properties becomes more pronounced.
The splat cooling method was proposed by Duwnez (1960), as a means to achieve new materials. Since its introduction by employing this method, more solids with completely new physical characteristics and higher solubility have been found.
Amphorophous and intermediate phases of solids, have also been recognized.
Aluminum, because of its unique industrial workability, however, have been particularly investigated. For example the workers have endeavored to achieve a new alloy using uncommon percentages of impurities (e.g. Solid Solubility of Ni/Al in equilibrium state is Max. Ni 0.023% at Al).
Even this method of splat cooling, has not been all that successful in increasing the degree of solid solubility of Ni in Al to much extent.
In this research, employing a. new method we have
been able to mix Al and Ni by co-evaporation, to produce a new Alloy.
This research was carried out in the Physics Laboratories of Tehran University, Faculty of Engineering and also Faculty of Science and is presented in detail in Persian.