Introduction to Texture Analysis: Macrotexture, Microtexture and Orientation Mapping

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CRC Press, Aug 7, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 388 pages
Encompassing the concepts, practice, and application of orientation analysis, Introduction to Texture Analysis is an essential reference source for reserachers in textiles. The author uses an accessible style to share her expertise, providing comprehensive coverage of the theory and practice of the texture techniques now available and discusses their applications in research and industry. The text considers the merits of each technique for specific applications. Case studies expand upon the author's explanations and help illustrate the main principles involved. Topics include applications of diffraction, SEM- and TEM-based techniques, and crystallographic analyses.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Descriptors of orientation
13
CASE STUDIES
21
Appendix
34
Application of diffraction to texture analysis
41
Macrotexture measurements
61
Appendix
80
Evaluation and representation of macrotexture data
101
Crystallographic analysis of interfaces surfaces and connectivity
263
Case study
265
Case study
271
12
279
deformed aluminium alloy
295
13
300
structure effects on grain growth
303
cold rolled boron doped nickel aluminide
319

The Kikuchi diffraction pattern
127
Scanning electron microscopy SEMbased techniques
153
Appendix 5
178
Transmission electron microscopy TEMbased techniques
189
Evaluation and representation of microtexture data
205
Appendix
220
11
234
Orientation microscopy and orientation mapping
245
Miller and MillerBravais indices
343
crystallographicallyrelated solutions for the four
349
Xray counters and pulse height analysis
357
17
368
33
374
General Bibliography
383
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