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Title: Crystal dynamics of the BCC-HCP martensitic transformation: II. Morphology
Authors: Kashchenko, M. P.
Chashchina, V. G.
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Pleiades Publishing
Citation: Kashchenko, M. P. Crystal dynamics of the BCC-HCP martensitic transformation: II. Morphology / M. P. Kashchenko, V. G. Chashchina // Physics of Metals and Metallography. – 2008. – Vol. 106. – Iss. 1. – P. 14-23.
Abstract: A dynamic theory of the formation of martensite crystals upon the bcc-hcp transformation based on the concepts of the heterogeneous nucleation and related controlling wave process is presented. It is shown that the entire set of the observed morphological characteristics is unambiguously connected with the trajectory of the martensitic reaction assigned by the controlling wave process. In particular, for the orientation relationships between the phases involved in the transformation there was found an analytical dependence of the angle between the directions of close-packed atomic rows on the elastic properties of the initial bcc lattice. Quantitative estimates are given based on the values of the elastic moduli for bcc titanium. A discussion of the results obtained is conducted and special attention is paid to the new possibilities of experimental studies. © 2008 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
Keywords: CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
ELASTIC MODULI
EPITAXIAL GROWTH
MARTENSITE
MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS
POWDERS
TITANIUM
ATOMIC ROWS
BCC LATTICES
DYNAMIC THEORY
ELASTIC PROPERTIES
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES
HETEROGENEOUS NUCLEATION
MARTENSITE CRYSTALS
MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
ORIENTATION RELATIONSHIP (OR)
QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATES
TRANSFORMATION BASED
WAVE PROCESSES
PROCESS CONTROL
URI: http://elar.usfeu.ru/handle/123456789/8879
DOI: 10.1134/S0031918X0807003X
SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-47849130077
WoS: WOS:000257780900003
RSCI: 13594852
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