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Introduction to the crystallography of martensitic transformations

Clarence Marvin Wayman

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Published
**1964**
by Macmillan in New York
.

Written in English

- Martensite.,
- Crystallography.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | The crystallography of martensitic transformations. |

Statement | [by] C. M. Wayman. |

Series | Macmillan series in materials science |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TN731 .W37 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xi, 193 p. |

Number of Pages | 193 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5918564M |

LC Control Number | 64021966 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 2116033 |

Crystallography and Crystal Defects by twins, interfaces and the effects of martensitic transformations. A number of important concepts and exciting new topics have been introduced in this second edition, including piezoelectricity, liquid crystals, nanocrystalline concepts, incommensurate materials and the structure of foamed and amorphous. present thesis deals with the study of martensitic transformations in steels using three dimensional phase-ﬁeld simulations. Some of the important physical concepts of martensite are explained in the introduction part and the readers are urged to refer to the cited works for more Size: 2MB.

Crystallography and Crystal Defects, Second Edition is a valuable resource for senior undergraduate and graduate students of materials science, metallurgy, physics, chemistry, electrical, civil and mechanical engineering. It will also prove a useful and comprehensive reference source for advanced by: For martensitic transformations the macroscopic crystal strain is directly related to the corresponding structural rearrangement at the microscopic level. In situ optical microscopy observations of the interface migration and the change in crystal shape during a displacive single crystal to single crystal transformation can contribute significantly to understanding the mechanism of the process Cited by: 9.

Martensitic transformations in iron: case studies. Transformations in ferrous nanosystems. Conclusions and future trends. Acknowledgement. Chapter Neural networks modeling of phase transformations in steels. Abstract: Introduction. Essence of the method. On the quest of critical temperatures. Crystallography of Phase Transformation, Martensitic Transformation in Shape Memory Alloys Texture Studies, Defect Structure and Microstructure Characterisation Material Structure: Metals, Ceramic, Polymers, Amorphous Materials, Nanomaterials and Thin Films.

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Comprised of six chapters, this book begins with an introduction to martensite and martensitic transformation, with emphasis on the basic properties of martensite in steels such as. The conditions for martensite formation and stabilization of austenite are also discussed, along with the crystallographic theory of martensitic transformations.

Comprised of six chapters, this book begins with an introduction to martensite and martensitic transformation, with emphasis on the basic properties of martensite in steels such as Book Edition: 1. Worked examples in the Geometry of Crystals, the 2nd edition, published in (updated ), is now available for free download from this site.

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General Crystallographic Features. Transformation in Cobalt. Transformation in Zirconium. Transformation of Indium–Thallium Alloys. Transformations in Steels. Transformations in Copper Alloys. Transformations in Ni–Ti‐Based Alloys. Transformations in Nonmetals.

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It covers the characteristics that serve to distinguish and identify the different types of ferrous martensite and then moves on to tackle the most impressive, but often complex and mathematically inscrutable, theory of phase transformations ever produced – the phenomenological theory of martensite.

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Orientation Relationship. Morphology, Microstructure and Substructure. Crystallographic Phenomenological Theory. Structure of the Habit Plane. Thermodynamics and Kinetics of. The crystallography of B2→7R stress-induced martensitic transformation in a Ni at%Al alloy was studied using single crystals.

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Introduction. Martensitic transformations are diffusionless first-order crystal-to-crystal phase transitions in which the original crystal lattice distorts after the application of a stimulus. Martensitic materials include stiff engineering materials such as metals, alloys and ceramics (Christian, ), and some molecular crystals (Mnyukh et al., ; Anwar et al., ).Cited by: 1.In martensitic transformations, th e atoms move in an organised manner relative to their neighbours.

This homogeneous shearing of the parent phase creates a new crystal structure, without anyAuthor: Cyril Cayron.