Papers by Keyword: Displacive Transformations

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Authors: Harshad K.D.H. Bhadeshia
Abstract: A Theory is Developed for Martensite Variants that have Different Start Temperatures but Existin the same Steel. Themethod Enables the Volume Fractions of each Kind Ofmartensite to be Followed Asa Function of the Steel Temperature. the Problemis Relevant to the Calculation of Detail in Transformationtexture when Phase Changes Occur under the Influence of External Stress. it should Allow for the Firsttime, the Estimation of both the Location of Crystallographic Poles on a Stereographic Projection, Andthe Diffraction Intensity Associated with that Location. it is Found that the Increment of Transformationas a Function of Undercooling is Identical for all Variants, once Simultaneous Transformation Begins.Any Variance in the Absolute Fractions is due to the Differences in the Martensite-Start Temperature.
Authors: Frédéric Prima, Philippe Vermaut, I. Thibon, D. Ansel, Jean Debuigne, Thierry Gloriant
Authors: Hamilton F.G. Abreu, Nathanael Morais, Flavio Herculando, Marcelo Gomes Da Silva, Alex Nascimento
Abstract: The deformation process can induce the precipitation of martensite in austenitic stainless steels. When shear stress is applied at temperatures near Ms, displacive transformation (martensitic transformation) mode is activated. When external stresses are applied, the work done contributes to a change in free energy either raising or lowering the Ms-temperature. Orientation relationships during austenite to martensite phase transformation were investigated in an austenitic stainless steel samples deformed by cold rolling and deformed in a tension test. EBSD (electron backscatter diffraction) and X-ray diffraction techniques were used to evaluate parent austenite texture and martensite texture after transformation. The observed orientation relationship between austenite and martensite was compared with the predicted orientation relationship by the phenomenological theory of martensite crystallography (PMTC). Aspects related to variant selection were discussed based on the criterion for the action of applied stress in the martensitic transformation postulated by Patel and Cohen. Results showed a very good agreement between measured and calculated results.
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