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Martenistic Transformations

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  • Author: V.A. Lobodyuk, E.I. Estrin
  • ISBN: 9788130930961
  • Publisher: Viva Books
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Format: Paperback – 538 pages
  • Language: English

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Martensitic transformation is one of the most common and, at the same time, unusual and even mysterious types of phase transformations in solids.

This transformation is linked with the hardening steels in quenching and also anomalous mechanical properties of alloys, including super elasticity, super plasticity and the shape memory effect. The phenomenology of the martensitic transformations and its nature have been studied in a huge number of experimental and theoretical studies, the number of which over time has not diminished.

The book is based on the analysis of a large number of worldwide literature sources and the results of many investigations of the martensitic transformations carried out by the authors of the book.

The book describes the current state of knowledge of the martensitic transformations. The following problems are investigated: the classification of martensitic transformations, the kinetic and structural special features of thermoelastic and non-thermoelastic transformations, crystallography of these  transformations,  the structure mobility of interphase boundaries during martensitic transformation, thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic transformation, the effect of external factors on the development of the transformation; an anomaly of the mechanical properties, associated with the thermoelastic and non-thermoelastic martensitic transformations. The phenomena associated with martensitic transformations – super elasticity, the shape memory effect, magnetically controlled deformation in the alloys with ferromagnetic thermoelastic martensite, etc. are described.

In this Book
  • Thermoelastic and non-thermoelastic martensitic transformations
  • Crystallography of martensitic transformations
  • lnterphase boundaries in martensitic transformation
  • Thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic transformations
  • Influence of external factors on the martensitic transformation
  • Anomalies of mechanical properties in martensitic transformations
  • Special features of martensitic transformations
  • Relationship of martensitic transformations with other phase transformations
Table of Contents
  1. Introduction     
  2. Overview of martensitic transformation
  3. Thermoelastic and non-thermoelastic martensitic transformations
    1. On the nucleation of martensite
    2. Theoretical ideas about the origin of martensite
    3. Experimental confirmation of the existence of martensite nuclei
    4. Thermoelastic and non-thermoelastic martensitic transformations
    5. Reversibility of martensitic transformations
  4. Crystallography of martensitic transformations
    1. Crystal structure of parent and martensitic phases
    2. Crystal structure of the parent phases
    3. Crystal structure of the martensitic phases
    4. Morphological and microstructural features of martensite
    5. Morphology of martensite crystals
    6. Theoretical considerations of the morphological special features of martensite
    7. Microstructural peculiarities (fine structure) of martensite
    8. Peculiarities of the microstructure of the high-temperature phase, formed in the reverse martensitic transformation
    9. Changes of the parameters and state of the initial and martensitic phases in ageing. Stabilization
    10. Crystal structure relations in martensitic transformation
    11. Shear mechanisms of rearrangement of the crystal structures in the martensitic transformation
    12. Theoretical calculations of the crystallographic characteristics of the martensitic transformation
  5. Interphase boundaries in martensitic transformation     
    1. Theoretical understanding of the structure and mobility of interphase boundaries
    2. Calculations and modelling of the interphase boundaries
    3. Structure of the interphase boundary
    4. Orientation of interphase boundaries
  6. Thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic transformations
    1. Thermodynamics of the martensitic transformation
    2. Kinetics of martensitic transformations
    3. Isothermal martensitic transformation
    4. Kinetics of isothermal martensitic transformation in iron-based alloys. General relationships
    5. Effect of composition
    6. Isothermal martensitic transformation in alloys based on copper and other materials
    7. Morphological special features and microstructure of isothermal martensite
    8. The theory of isothermal martensitic transformation
  7. Influence of external factors on the martensitic transformation     
    1. Effect of magnetic field on martensitic transformation
    2. Effect of pressure on martensitic transformation
    3. Influence of pressure on the martensitic point and the structure of martensite in steels
    4. Hysteresis of martensitic transformations under pressure
    5. Effect of stress on the martensitic transformation
    6. Effect of stress on the martensitic point
    7. Effect of stress on alloys with thermo elastic MT
    8. Alloys with non-thermo elastic martensitic transformation
    9. Effect of external stresses on the orientation of the martensite crystals
    10. Martensitic transformation during plastic deformation
    11. Influence of preliminary plastic deformation on martensitic transformation
    12. Influence of preliminary plastic deformation on the position of the martensitic point and transformation under continuous cooling
    13. Martensitic transformations under pulsed loading
    14. General characteristics – the parameters of pulsed loading
    15. Phase transitions under the influence of pulsed loading in Armco iron and iron-based alloys
    16. Phase transformations under the influence of shock waves in non-ferrous alloys
    17.  Phase transformations in pure metals at passage of shock waves
    18. Influence of the duration of the shock pulse on the martensitic transformation
    19. Crystallography of martensitic transformation under the influence of shock waves
    20. Mechanism of the effect of shock waves on structural and phase changes
    21. Size effect in the martensitic transformation
    22. Effect of size on the parameters of the martensitic transformation
    23. Effect of thickness on morphological and microstructural features of martensite
    24. Crystallography of the martensitic transformation in thin samples
    25. The shape memory effect in small samples
    26. The reasons for the influence of the transformed volume (size factor) on the course of the martensitic transformation
    27. Effect of irradiation on martensitic transformation
    28. Changes occurring during the martensitic transformation and their role in the development of transformation
    29. Plastic deformation and hardening of the parent phase in the process of martensitic transformation
    30. Stabilization of austenite as a result of direct and reverse martensitic transformation (phase hardening)
    31. Autocatalytic effect during martensitic transformation
  8. Anomalies of mechanical properties in martensitic transformations
    1. Mechanical properties of the alloys with the thermoelastic martensitic transformation
    2. Superelasticity
    3. Rubber-like behaviour
    4. Superplasticity (pseudoplasticity)
    5. The shape memory effect
    6. Factors influencing the degree of restoration of shape
    7. Two-sided shape memory effect
    8. Applications of alloys with unusual mechanical properties, determined by the thermoelastic martensitic transformation
    9. Magneto mechanical phenomena in alloys with ferromagnetic thermoelastic martensite
    10. Deformation (giant magnetostriction), determined by the redistribution of structural domains in ferromagnetic thermoelastic martensite under the effect of the magnetic field
    11. Deformation caused by the displacement of the phase transition temperature range in the magnetic field
    12. Materials with the strain determined by the displacement of the phase transformation temperature range in the magnetic field
    13. Plasticity determined by the non-thermoelastic martensitic transformation (TRIP effect)
  9. Special features of martensitic transformations
    1. Athermal character of martensitic transformation
    2. Stability of the parent phase in a martensitic transformation
    3. Athermal nucleation and athermal crystal growth of the new phase
    4. Nature of hysteresis, martensitic point and damping of MT under isothermal conditions
    5. Nature of hysteresis and martensitic point
    6. Attenuation of MT under isothermal conditions, martensitic curve
    7. The kinetics of isothermal martensitic transformation, phenomena of activation and stabilization of austenite
  10. Relationship of martensitic transformations with other phase transformations
    1. Martensitic transformation and normal (recrystallisation) transformation
    2. Crystallographic relationship of the phases in the normal transformation
    3. Kinetics of the ? – a – transformation and the structure of the a – phase in Fe – Ni alloys
    4. Kinetics of the growth of packet martensite
    5. Structural changes during annealing of packet martensite
    6. Transformation in alloys in the two-phase region
    7. A – ? transformation in Fe – Ni alloys
    8. On the nature of the features of the polymorphous transformation in the two-phase region
    9. Martensitic and bainitic transformation
  11. Conclusion
  12. Index
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