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isothermal martensitic transformation

isothermal martensitic transformation

isothermal martensitic transformation

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does anybody know of a good collection ("atlas") of cht and ttt diagrams depicting sub zero kinetics of martensitic transformations? or of relevant data in another form? for stainless but also tool and other common steels.

RE: isothermal martensitic transformation

If you buy four of five good references you will have most of what you are asking for.
ASM will sell you an atlas of ttts, it's expensive.
And the rest is scattered in many different [laces.

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RE: isothermal martensitic transformation

(OP)
in case its not clear what im asking, here is an example for 17-7 ph (as opposed to diffusional transformations). im not aware of asm having published such a compilation.

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