The strains produced by precipitation in alloys

Show simple item record Nabarro, F.R.N. 2006-08-29T12:03:12Z 2006-08-29T12:03:12Z 1940
dc.identifier.citation Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A no. 963, vol. 175, p. 519-538 en
dc.description.abstract If the process in metals results simply in the interchange of pairs of atoms large strains must be set up when a new phase prcipitates in an alloy. The strain energy involved is calculated for particles of precipitate of various shapes, and is found to be least if the precipitate forms thin plates. The shape of the particle actually formed is influenced by this energy, by the degree of supersaturation of the solid solution, and by surface effects; the calculated shape is shown to agree reasonably well with that observed experimentally. en
dc.description.sponsorship H.H. Wills Physical Laboratory, University of Bristol en
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dc.publisher Royal Society of London en
dc.subject precipitation in alloys en
dc.subject alloys en
dc.title The strains produced by precipitation in alloys en
dc.type Article en

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