Microstrain in dispersion-hardened steels
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Using high-resolution neutron diffraction, microstrain was investigated in three series of samples of stainless austenitic dispersion-hardened steels, which are used as various structural reactor components. The effect of temperature and duration of heat treatment on the precipitation of dispersion-hardened phase particles, as well as on lattice parameter changes and microstrain, was studied. An increase in microstrain upon coherence failure was observed in all the steels.
KeywordsAustenite Nucleus Letter Vanadium Carbide Coherence Failure Trans Mission Electron Microscopy Data
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