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Thermomechanical Processing of Molybdenum Alloys by P L Raffo
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Acta activation energy aging alloys annealed applied stress athermal atoms austenite behavior Burgers vector California carbide carbon composition constant crack creep rate crystal deformation curves decrease dendritic Department of Metallurgy dependence developed diffraction diffusion dislocation density dislocation velocity ductility effect elongation equation eutectic experimental extrusion fatigue ferrite fibers Figure flow stress formation fracture grain boundary high strain rates high temperature increase interface internal stress Laboratory Luders Materials Science matrix measured mechanical properties Metallurgy Metals micrograph microstructure morphology nickel nickel-base nucleation observed obtained occurs oxidation P. O. Box particles pearlite phase phonon Phys plane plastic strain precipitation quenched range Research room temperature shear stress shown in Fig shows single crystals slip solid solution solidification specimens stacking fault energy steel strain hardening strengthening structure substructure superalloys tempering test temperature thermally activated tion titanium Trans University volume fraction yield strength