Mechanisms of diffusional phase transformations in metals and alloys / Hubert I. Aaronson, Masato Enomoto, Jong K. Lee.
By: Aaronson, Hubert I.
Contributor(s): Enomoto, Masato | Lee, Jong K.Material type: BookPublisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press / Taylor & Francis Group, c.2010Description: xvii, 667 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9781420062991 (hardcover : alk. paper); 1420062999 (hardcover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Metals -- Mechanical properties | Alloys -- Mechanical properties | Metallography | Alloys -- Metallography | Diffusion processes | Phase transformations (Statistical physics) | | Engineering, General June2015 July2015Genre/Form: -- Reading bookDDC classification: 530.414
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Index : p. 657-667.
Includes bibliographical references.
Applied thermodynamics -- Diffusional nucleation in solid-solid transformations -- Diffusional growth -- Precipitation -- Massive transformation -- Cellular reaction -- Pearlite reaction -- Martensitic transformations -- Bainite reaction and role of shear in diffusional phase transformations.
"Developed by the late metallurgy professor and master experimentalist Hubert I. Aaronson, this collection of lecture notes details the fundamental principles of phase transformations in metals and alloys upon which steel and other metals industries are based. Mechanisms of Diffusional Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys is devoted to solid-solid phase transformations in which elementary atomic processes are diffusional jumps, and these processes occur in a series of so-called nucleation and growth through interface migration. Instead of relying strictly on a pedagogical approach, it documents the evolution of phase transformation concepts. The authors present topics by describing a phenomenon and then following up with a corresponding hypothesis or alternative explanation. In this way, the book also shows how the field continues to evolve and meet new challenges. Integrated with information from a number of key papers and review articles, this volume reflects this revered and influential instructor's unique and passionate way of introducing well-established theories and knowledge in a systematic way, at the same time introducing, in great detail, how a new idea or interpretation of a phenomenon has emerged, evolved, and gained its current status. If the published version of a theory or a model was too condensed, Aaronson worked the problem out in painstaking detail so that graduate students could follow the derivations. This collection is full of such unique 'Aaronsonian idiosyncrasies', which add immense value as a powerful tool for learning in this challenging materials field."--Publisher's description.