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By James R. Dvorak

Presents insights into the translation of metallographers' and metallurgists' effects and an research of the view as obvious via an optical microscope. Discusses the strengths and weaknesses of assorted metallographics options resembling gentle optics, electron optics, and microbeam spectroscopy.

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While the particle size of dispersants for restraint to recrystallization need to be of submicroscopic dimensions, much coarser particles are amply effective on grain growth inhibition. 20 (a,b,c) illustrates the abrupt coarsening of an austenitic grain size as the dispersed carbides dissolve. One encounters a simi­ lar phenomenon in aluminum-killed mild steel at the temperature at which aluminum nitrides dissolve in austenite, although in this case, the dispersed phase is unresolvable by normal optical microscopy.

1 . 2 8 . The sharply angu­ lar, cubic shaped t h e cast steel bide. These tually • inclusion is t i t a n i u m inclusions oxy-carbides, in car­ are ac­ nitro-car- bides, o r o x y - n i t r o - c a r b i d e s b e ­ cause titanium s c a v e n g e r of tial elements TiC, TiN, structure cible. is a powerful all t h r e e intersti­ and TiO and the are like completely mis­ In t h e u n e t c h e d condition, phases of these sample inclusions possess v a r i o u s shades of pink a n d gold. T h e s h a r p l y a n g u l a r s h a p e of these inclusions indi­ cate t h a t t h e y c r y s t a l l i z e d f r o m t h e m e l t b e f o r e t h e steel b e g a n to freeze.

30. By heavily overetching a ground section, the strung out inclusions are brought out in sharp relief. The result is a fibrous pat­ tern easily visible to the naked eye, revealing the principal directions of deformation during the prior forging history. This permits also in­ terpretation of the directions of minimum ductility and toughness which are the directions, at any point, transverse to the lines of extension of the fibrous inclusions. In the alloys of aluminum, considerable mechanical property anisotropy can exist without apparent inclusions in the microview.

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