On the Temperature Rate Dependent Transformation Processes
Kinetic models of new types are suggested which are designated primarily to predict the progress of non-isothermal transformations occurring during rapid heating and cooling in alloys. A common feature of each model outlined is that it takes into account not only the varying temperature but also the rate of temperature change on the transformation rate of the process. The two models represented by differential equations are generated by using the concept of virtual kinetic parameters, which can be determined from non-isothermal experiments only. A key property of the virtual parameter "p" involved in the transformation rate equations is that it quantitatively characterizes the temperature rate dependence of the non-isothermal reaction.
J. Gyulai and P.J. Szabó
T. Réti et al., "On the Temperature Rate Dependent Transformation Processes", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 537-538, pp. 571-578, 2007