Effect of Taheri Consciousness Bond Field on the Structure and Properties of 1000-Series Aluminum with Preheating

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Bahareh Kazazi
Mohammad Ali Taheri


Consciousness Bond Field, Taheri Consciousness Fields, Twin defects, Intrinsic defects, Extrinsic defects, Corrosion resistance


The properties and structure of aluminum in various known fields have already been studied. The aim of this study was to investigate the behavior and properties of unalloyed aluminum with 300 °C preheating under the Consciousness Bond Field. Taheri Consciousness Fields (TCFs) were founded and introduced by Mohammad Ali Taheri as new Fields more than four decades ago. These Fields are neither material nor energetic. Therefore, they do not have the quantity, but they have direct effects on both matter and energy. In other words, although TCFs cannot be directly measured, we can investigate their effects indirectly through various reproducible experiments. The present study is an attempt to examine this theory. For this purpose, aluminum metal was used as a sample. Six aluminum samples were cast under the same conditions and divided into two groups. One group was put under the influence of TCF, and the other group was the control. Then, in order to record the effect of the Consciousness Bond Field, the structure and properties of the metal samples were investigated. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis was performed for structural analysis of the samples. In terms of properties, corrosion resistance was investigated in a standard SBF solution. Some changes in the structure, such as reduction of twin defects and increase of extrinsic and intrinsic defects were observed under the influence of TCF.

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