## The Theory of Transformations in Metals and Alloys: An Advanced Textbook in Physical Metallurgy |

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### Contents

General Introduction | 1 |

Characteristics of Martensitic Transformations | 13 |

Formal Geometry of Crystal Lattices | 23 |

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activation energy alloys approximation assembly assumed assumption atoms b.c.c. structure Burgers vector calculation close-packed co-ordinates components composition concentration configuration consider constant corresponding crystal cubic curve decreases defined deformation density diffusion coefficient direction discussed dislocation line displacements distance edge dislocation effect elastic embryos entropy equation equilibrium eutectoidal experimental fluctuations formation free energy function given gives glide plane grain boundary growth rate homogeneous increase interaction interface kinetic lattice liquid low temperatures martensitic matrix mechanism melting metals nearest neighbour normal nucleation rate nucleus obtained orientation parallel parameters particles pearlite phase Phys point defects positive possible precipitation produced quantities quenched radius reaction recrystallisation region relation rotation screw dislocation Section shear solid solution solute atoms stacking fault step strain energy stress supercooling superlattice supersaturation surface energy symmetrical tensor theory thermal thermodynamic transformation twinning unit cell vacancies vapour velocity volume zero