New PDF release: Concise Dictionary of Materials Science: Structure and

By Vladimir Novikov

ISBN-10: 0849309700

ISBN-13: 9780849309700

An in depth wisdom of the terminology and its historical past is important for a basic figuring out of the pro literature within the box of fabrics technological know-how. This sharply targeted, authoritative lexicon offers the reader a coherent suggestion of microstructure formation and evolution. the entire time period definitions are provided with causes and cross-references, providing a constant photo of microstructure in steel and non-metallic polycrystalline fabrics. Written via an writer with over thirty years of training and examine event, it fills the terminological hole among the textbooks on fabrics technological know-how and the pro literature. Concise Dictionary of fabrics technology: constitution and Characterization of Polycrystalline fabrics includes greater than 1400 phrases primary in glossy literature, examine, and perform. in the course of the dictionary, the emphasis is on lattice defects and their function in diffusion, plastic deformation and section transitions, in addition to at the granular constitution and its formation and alterations during section transitions, recrystallization, and grain progress. furthermore, the entire entries from the dictionary are provided within the English-German/German-English thesaurus, offering in a single quantity easy access to the major techniques and phrases in either one of the languages.Highlighting constitution description, formation, and characterization, Concise Dictionary of fabrics technological know-how is a really precious reference for college students in fabrics technological know-how and engineering, for researchers, engineers, and technologists in metalworking, microelectronic, and ceramic industries, in addition to for readers with no technical heritage.

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Grain boundaries serve as preferred nucleation sites because the dissolved carbon segregates them (see equilibrium segregation) and the nucleation of a new phase proceeds easier at the boundaries rather than inside the grains (see heterogeneous nucleation). carbide segregation An increased amount of eutectic and proeutectoid carbides in a certain area of an article resulting from macrosegregation. carbide stringers Rows of coarse carbides along the direction of the preceding hot deformation of an article.

Bragg reflection X-ray reflection corresponding to Bragg’s law. , an integral value consistent with the condition nλ/2dhkl < 1. It is assumed that the primary beam is strictly monochromatic and parallel, and that the crystal studied has a perfect lattice. The angle θ does not correspond to the angle of incidence, ϑ, considered in optics: θ = π/2 – ϑ This explains why θ is termed glancing angle. brass Cu alloy where zinc is the main alloying element. Bravais lattice One of 14 possible crystal lattices: cubic (primitive, body-centered, and face-centered); tetragonal (primitive and body-centered); orthorhombic (primitive, body-centered, base-centered, and face-centered); primitive rhombohedral or trigonal; primitive hexagonal; monoclinic (primitive and base-centered); and primitive triclinic.

See also heterogeneous nucleation. cross-slip Glide motion of a screw dislocation passing from the primary slip plane onto another, nonparallel slip plane. The intersection line of the planes must be parallel to the Burgers vector of the dislocation. crowdion Portion of a close-packed atomic row with a decreased interatomic spacing due to an extra atom. Crowdions occur under irradiation by highenergy ions or thermal neutrons. crystal Solid body characterized by a long-range order in its atomic structure and by a regular shape with flat facets and definite angles between them, the angles being dependent upon its lattice.

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