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X-ray microdiffraction study of martensite-retained austenite microstructures at the tip of a steel blade

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Zhonghou Cai, Barry P. Lai, Peter P. Ilinski, Dan G. Legnini

Argonne National Lab. (USA)

Wenbing Yun

Xradia, Inc. (USA)

Proc. SPIE 4499, X-Ray Micro- and Nano-Focusing: Applications and Techniques II, 19 (December 13, 2001); doi:10.1117/12.450233
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  • X-Ray Micro- and Nano-Focusing: Applications and Techniques II
  • Ian McNulty
  • San Diego, CA, USA | July 29, 2001

abstract

The x-ray microdiffraction technique was used to study lattice-strain field and phase concentration near the surface of a carburised steel blade on a micron-length scale. Our results show larger compressive lattice strains and more completed phase transformation at the location near the tip of the blade than that the locations away from the tip.

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Zhonghou Cai ; Barry P. Lai ; Peter P. Ilinski ; Dan G. Legnini and Wenbing Yun
"X-ray microdiffraction study of martensite-retained austenite microstructures at the tip of a steel blade", Proc. SPIE 4499, X-Ray Micro- and Nano-Focusing: Applications and Techniques II, 19 (December 13, 2001); doi:10.1117/12.450233; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.450233


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