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A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel

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The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly. The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly.

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steel | steel | retained austenite | retained austenite | low alloyed steel | low alloyed steel | structural steel | structural steel | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel

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The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly. The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly.

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steel | steel | retained austenite | retained austenite | low alloyed steel | low alloyed steel | structural steel | structural steel | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel

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The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly. The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly.

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steel | steel | retained austenite | retained austenite | low alloyed steel | low alloyed steel | structural steel | structural steel | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Austenitic stainless steel Austenitic stainless steel

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alloy | alloy | annealing twins | annealing twins | austenite | austenite | grain | grain | metal | metal | stainless steel | stainless steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Austenitic stainless steel Austenitic stainless steel

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alloy | alloy | annealing twins | annealing twins | austenite | austenite | dislocation | dislocation | grain | grain | metal | metal | recrystallisation | recrystallisation | stainless steel | stainless steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Austenitic stainless steel Austenitic stainless steel

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alloy | alloy | annealing twins | annealing twins | austenite | austenite | carbon | carbon | dislocation | dislocation | grain | grain | iron | iron | metal | metal | recrystallisation | recrystallisation | stainless steel | stainless steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Austenitic stainless steel Austenitic stainless steel

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Austenitic stainless steel Austenitic stainless steel

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alloy | alloy | annealing twins | annealing twins | austenite | austenite | carbon | carbon | dislocation | dislocation | grain | grain | iron | iron | metal | metal | recrystallisation | recrystallisation | stainless steel | stainless steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Austenitic stainless steel Austenitic stainless steel

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Court House, Ennis, Co. Clare Court House, Ennis, Co. Clare

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Initial microstructures for C-Mn steels. Initial microstructures for C-Mn steels.

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CORE-Materials posted a photo: The image shows typical optical micrographs of the initial microstructures for (a) C-Mn steel with carbon contents of 0.35 wt pct - C35 and (b) C-Mn steel with carbon contents of 0.45 wt pct - C45. The microstructures consist of ferrite (F -white) and pearlite (P - dark )mixture with different phase volume fractions . Courtesy of V.I. Savran, Delft University of Technology; Y. van Leeuwen, the Nuclear Safety Department, The Hague; D.N. Hanlon, Corus Research, Ijmuiden; C. Kwakernaak, Delft University of Technology; W.G. Sloof, Delft University of Technology; J. Sietsma, Delft University of Technology. CORE-Materials posted a photo: The image shows typical optical micrographs of the initial microstructures for (a) C-Mn steel with carbon contents of 0.35 wt pct - C35 and (b) C-Mn steel with carbon contents of 0.45 wt pct - C45. The microstructures consist of ferrite (F -white) and pearlite (P - dark )mixture with different phase volume fractions . Courtesy of V.I. Savran, Delft University of Technology; Y. van Leeuwen, the Nuclear Safety Department, The Hague; D.N. Hanlon, Corus Research, Ijmuiden; C. Kwakernaak, Delft University of Technology; W.G. Sloof, Delft University of Technology; J. Sietsma, Delft University of Technology.

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steel ferrite micrograph carbonsteel pearlite opticalmicrography | steel ferrite micrograph carbonsteel pearlite opticalmicrography

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TALAT Lecture 4400: Introduction to Friction, Explosive and Ultrasonic Welding Processes of Aluminium TALAT Lecture 4400: Introduction to Friction, Explosive and Ultrasonic Welding Processes of Aluminium

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This lecture gives a brief introduction to friction, explosive and ultrasonic welding techniques of aluminium; it describes the possibilities and results of joining aluminium to different metals, e.g. stainless steel. General mechanical engineering background and basic knowledge in aluminium metallurgy is assumed. This lecture gives a brief introduction to friction, explosive and ultrasonic welding techniques of aluminium; it describes the possibilities and results of joining aluminium to different metals, e.g. stainless steel. General mechanical engineering background and basic knowledge in aluminium metallurgy is assumed.

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aluminium | aluminium | aluminum | aluminum | european aluminium association | european aluminium association | EAA | EAA | Training in Aluminium Application Technologies | Training in Aluminium Application Technologies | training | training | metallurgy | metallurgy | technology | technology | lecture | lecture | joining | joining | fastening | fastening | mechanical | mechanical | friction welding | friction welding | explosive welding | explosive welding | ultrasonic welding | ultrasonic welding | feasibility | feasibility | tensile strength | tensile strength | aluminium-steel joints | aluminium-steel joints | hardness curves | hardness curves | Al-Cr-Ni-steel joint | Al-Cr-Ni-steel joint | friction welding parameters | friction welding parameters | macrostructure | macrostructure | joint forms | joint forms | material combinations | material combinations | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy

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This is a hypoeutectoid alloy, which has been air cooled from the austenite phase field at 950 °C. The first solid to form is proeutectoid ferrite, its morphology being determined by the cooling rate. At slow cooling rates (furnace cooling) there is sufficient time for the carbon rejected from the austenite to diffuse and equilibrium solidification occurs. With faster cooling the microstructure also depends on the original austenite grain size.Fast cooling and large grain size favours ferrite forming as Widmanstätten side plates from the grain boundaries. Small grain sizes imply a high number of nuclei and hence the ferrite grows as grain boundary allotriomorphs. In this case air cooling is sufficiently slow to produce allotriomorphic ferrite. The majority of the austenite has changed to This is a hypoeutectoid alloy, which has been air cooled from the austenite phase field at 950 °C. The first solid to form is proeutectoid ferrite, its morphology being determined by the cooling rate. At slow cooling rates (furnace cooling) there is sufficient time for the carbon rejected from the austenite to diffuse and equilibrium solidification occurs. With faster cooling the microstructure also depends on the original austenite grain size.Fast cooling and large grain size favours ferrite forming as Widmanstätten side plates from the grain boundaries. Small grain sizes imply a high number of nuclei and hence the ferrite grows as grain boundary allotriomorphs. In this case air cooling is sufficiently slow to produce allotriomorphic ferrite. The majority of the austenite has changed to

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allotriomorph | allotriomorph | alloy | alloy | austenite | austenite | carbon | carbon | ferrite | ferrite | hypoeutectoid | hypoeutectoid | iron | iron | metal | metal | pearlite | pearlite | proeutectoid steel | proeutectoid steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy

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This is a hypoeutectoid alloy, which has been air cooled from the austenite phase field at 950 °C. The first solid to form is proeutectoid ferrite, its morphology being determined by the cooling rate. At slow cooling rates (furnace cooling) there is sufficient time for the carbon rejected from the austenite to diffuse and equilibrium solidification occurs. With faster cooling the microstructure also depends on the original austenite grain size.Fast cooling and large grain size favours ferrite forming as Widmanstätten side plates from the grain boundaries. Small grain sizes imply a high number of nuclei and hence the ferrite grows as grain boundary allotriomorphs. In this case air cooling is sufficiently slow to produce allotriomorphic ferrite. The majority of the austenite has changed to This is a hypoeutectoid alloy, which has been air cooled from the austenite phase field at 950 °C. The first solid to form is proeutectoid ferrite, its morphology being determined by the cooling rate. At slow cooling rates (furnace cooling) there is sufficient time for the carbon rejected from the austenite to diffuse and equilibrium solidification occurs. With faster cooling the microstructure also depends on the original austenite grain size.Fast cooling and large grain size favours ferrite forming as Widmanstätten side plates from the grain boundaries. Small grain sizes imply a high number of nuclei and hence the ferrite grows as grain boundary allotriomorphs. In this case air cooling is sufficiently slow to produce allotriomorphic ferrite. The majority of the austenite has changed to

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allotriomorph | allotriomorph | alloy | alloy | austenite | austenite | carbon | carbon | ferrite | ferrite | hypoeutectoid | hypoeutectoid | iron | iron | metal | metal | pearlite | pearlite | proeutectoid steel | proeutectoid steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy

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This SEM image shows that the ferrite phase in the pearlite has been selectively etched compared to the cementite. The cementite phase appears to protrude from the surface. Within the pearlite region there are several colonies in different orientations, indicating that the pearlite nucleated on grains of the primary ferrite. This SEM image shows that the ferrite phase in the pearlite has been selectively etched compared to the cementite. The cementite phase appears to protrude from the surface. Within the pearlite region there are several colonies in different orientations, indicating that the pearlite nucleated on grains of the primary ferrite.

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alloy | alloy | carbon | carbon | cementite | cementite | ferrite | ferrite | hypoeutectoid | hypoeutectoid | iron | iron | metal | metal | pearlite | pearlite | proeutectoid steel | proeutectoid steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy Fe, C 0.1 (wt%), hypoeutectoid alloy

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This SEM image of a pearlite region in the microstructure shown in micrograph no 19 shows that the ferrite phase in the pearlite has been selectively etched compared to the cementite. The cementite phase appears to protrude from the surface. Within such A pearlite region there are several colonies in different orientations, indicating that the pearlite nucleated on grains of the primary ferrite. This SEM image of a pearlite region in the microstructure shown in micrograph no 19 shows that the ferrite phase in the pearlite has been selectively etched compared to the cementite. The cementite phase appears to protrude from the surface. Within such A pearlite region there are several colonies in different orientations, indicating that the pearlite nucleated on grains of the primary ferrite.

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alloy | alloy | carbon | carbon | cementite | cementite | ferrite | ferrite | hypoeutectoid | hypoeutectoid | iron | iron | metal | metal | pearlite | pearlite | proeutectoid steel | proeutectoid steel | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel

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The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly.

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steel | retained austenite | low alloyed steel | structural steel | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel

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The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly.

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steel | retained austenite | low alloyed steel | structural steel | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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A medium carbon low alloyed structural steel

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The steel sample was etched in 4% picral solution first and revealed the presence of pearlite and carbides distinctly. Further tint etching in SMB resulted in the straw coloured martensite to appear as a band. Retained austenite is appearing as very fine white particles. The bainite is appearing as bluish-black background between the martensite constituents. Coarse dark grains are pearlite. Microhardness measurements and SEM studies further proved the constituents identity. Conventional nital etching is not successful in delineating all the micro-constituents so distinctly.

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steel | retained austenite | low alloyed steel | structural steel | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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[Sailor at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Bethlehem Steel Corporation]

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[Consolidated PBY-3 Catalina at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Bethlehem Steel Corporation]

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[Floatplanes in Hangar at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Bethlehem Steel Corporation]

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[Consolidated PBY-3 Catalina and Control Tower at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Bethlehem Steel Corporation]

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Fe, C 0.15 (wt%) steel, quenched. Fe, C 0.15 (wt%) steel, quenched.

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A low carbon steel quenched in order to produce martensitic plates. A low carbon steel quenched in order to produce martensitic plates.

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alloy | alloy | carbon | carbon | iron | iron | martensite | martensite | metal | metal | quenching | quenching | steel | steel | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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Fe, C 0.2 (wt%), explosively deformed - mechanical twins Fe, C 0.2 (wt%), explosively deformed - mechanical twins

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This sample was explosively deformed so that there was insufficient time for dislocation motion to occur. Hence, mechanical twins are produced despite the b.c.c. structure of mild steel. This sample was explosively deformed so that there was insufficient time for dislocation motion to occur. Hence, mechanical twins are produced despite the b.c.c. structure of mild steel.

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alloy | alloy | carbon | carbon | iron | iron | mechanical twins | mechanical twins | metal | metal | steel | steel | twinning | twinning | DoITPoMS | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | University of Cambridge | micrograph | micrograph | corematerials | corematerials | ukoer | ukoer

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