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Techniques for Studying Materials: Microstructural Examination

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This set of animations consists of interactive phase diagrams of Fe-C, grey cast iron, white cast iron, alpha brass and alpha-beta brass. From TLP: Microstructural Examination

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micrograph | microstructure | metallography | metallographic | phase diagram | phase transformation | eutectic | eutectoid | peritectic | steel | martensite | ferrite | cementite | austenite | pearlite | cast iron | spheroidal cast iron | grey cast iron | white cast iron | brass | alpha brass | alpha beta brass | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | animation | corematerials | ukoer

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Normalised low carbon manganese steel, taken transverse to directionality

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite surrounding the lighter ferrite. This sample has been normalised, recrystallising the ferrite. The pearlite is unable to do this and consequently retains its directionality.

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alloy | carbon | eutectoid reaction | iron | metal | pearlite | steel | doitpoms | university of cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Normalised low carbon manganese steel, taken transverse to directionality

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite surrounding the lighter ferrite. This sample has been normalised, recrystallising the ferrite. The pearlite is unable to do this and consequently retains its directionality.

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Hypoeutectic white cast iron

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With a carbon equivalent less than the eutectic composition a hypoeutectic white cast iron is formed. Primary austenite dendrites (dark) are first to form from the liquid. At the eutectic the remaining liquid transforms to a mixture of austenite and cementite (light) with further transformation of the austenite to ferrite and pearlite.

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alloy | austenite | cast iron | cementite | dendrite | ferrite | hypoeutectic | iron | metal | pearlite | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer

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As cast carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place.

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Hypoeutectic white cast iron

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With a carbon equivalent less than the eutectic composition a hypoeutectic white cast iron is formed. Primary austenite dendrites (dark) are first to form from the liquid. At the eutectic the remaining liquid transforms to a mixture of austenite and cementite (light) with further transformation of the austenite to ferrite and pearlite.

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alloy | austenite | cast iron | cementite | dendrite | ferrite | hypoeutectic | iron | metal | pearlite | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer

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As cast carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place.

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Normalised carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place. This sample has been normalised, removing the directionality caused by casting

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alloy | carbon | eutectoid reaction | iron | metal | normalising | pearlite | recrystallisation | steel | doitpoms | university of cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Normalised carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place. This sample has been normalised, removing the directionality caused by casting.

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alloy | carbon | eutectoid reaction | iron | metal | pearlite | recrystallisation | steel | doitpoms | university of cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Normalised carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place.

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alloy | carbon | eutectoid reaction | iron | metal | pearlite | steel | doitpoms | university of cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Normalised carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place.

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alloy | carbon | eutectoid reaction | iron | metal | pearlite | steel | doitpoms | university of cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Normalised carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place. Micrograph was taken transverse to direction of casting, therefore no directionality is seen.

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Normalised carbon steel

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Low carbon steel with a microstructure consisting mostly of ferrite with the darker pearlite regions around the ferrite grains. Upon cooling the steel the ferrite forms initially, either on austenite grain boundaries or inclusions. This causes carbon to be partitioned into the austenite. Eventually the remaining austenite will be at the eutectoid condition and the transformation to pearlite will then take place.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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alloy | carbon | hypoeutectoid | iron | metal | pearlite | steel | doitpoms | university of cambridge | micrograph | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Normalised steel

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A hypoeutectoid alloy steel, normalised, producing a microstructure of allotriomorphic ferrite nucleated on the prior austenite grain boundaries, with the remainder pearlite.

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Hypoeutectoid steel, normalised at 1100°C

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A hypoeutectoid alloy (carbon composition less than eutectoid). The first phase formed upon cooling from the austenite phase field is proeutectoid ferrite. Due to the lower solubility of carbon in ferrite, carbon is partitioned into the remaining austenite. At the eutectoid point the remaining carbon enriched austenite transforms to pearlite (a mixture of ferrite and cementite) which is the darker region of the micrograph. The proportion of pearlite is dependent upon the overall composition. The ferrite (light areas) is a good example of an allotriomorphic ferrite. This means that its shape does not reflect its internal crystalline symmetry as it nucleates on the austenite grain boundaries and hence follows the shape of the boundaries, the remaining austenite within the ferrite then transf

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Hypoeutectoid steel, normalised at 1100°C

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A hypoeutectoid alloy (carbon composition less than eutectoid). The first phase formed upon cooling from the austenite phase field is proeutectoid ferrite. Due to the lower solubility of carbon in ferrite, carbon is partitioned into the remaining austenite. At the eutectoid point the remaining carbon enriched austenite transforms to pearlite (a mixture of ferrite and cementite) which is the darker region of the micrograph. The proportion of pearlite is dependent upon the overall composition. The ferrite (light areas) is a good example of an allotriomorphic ferrite. This means that its shape does not reflect its internal crystalline symmetry as it nucleates on the austenite grain boundaries and hence follows the shape of the boundaries, the remaining austenite within the ferrite then transf

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Hypoeutectoid steel, normalised at 950°C

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A hypoeutectoid alloy (carbon composition less than eutectoid). The first phase formed upon cooling from the austenite phase field is proeutectoid ferrite. Due to the lower solubility of carbon in ferrite, carbon is partitioned into the remaining austenite. At the eutectoid point the remaining carbon enriched austenite transforms to pearlite (a mixture of ferrite and cementite) which is the darker region of the micrograph. The proportion of pearlite is dependent upon the overall composition. The ferrite (light areas) is a good example of an allotriomorphic ferrite. This means that its shape does not reflect its internal crystalline symmetry as it nucleates on the austenite grain boundaries and hence follows the shape of the boundaries, the remaining austenite within the ferrite then transf

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Hypoeutectoid steel, normalised at 950°C

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A hypoeutectoid alloy (carbon composition less than eutectoid). The first phase formed upon cooling from the austenite phase field is proeutectoid ferrite. Due to the lower solubility of carbon in ferrite, carbon is partitioned into the remaining austenite. At the eutectoid point the remaining carbon enriched austenite transforms to pearlite (a mixture of ferrite and cementite) which is the darker region of the micrograph. The proportion of pearlite is dependent upon the overall composition. The ferrite (light areas) is a good example of an allotriomorphic ferrite. This means that its shape does not reflect its internal crystalline symmetry as it nucleates on the austenite grain boundaries and hence follows the shape of the boundaries, the remaining austenite within the ferrite then transf

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