## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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where Rmax is vt , and Sg is the fraction of the original au

that has become occupied by ß regions , i . e . , SP = 1 – ( SR / S % ) ( 40 )

Because the interface velocity is assumed everywhere constant in this model ,

the ...

where Rmax is vt , and Sg is the fraction of the original au

**grain boundary**areathat has become occupied by ß regions , i . e . , SP = 1 – ( SR / S % ) ( 40 )

Because the interface velocity is assumed everywhere constant in this model ,

the ...

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In deriving these equations , it is necessary to assume that the

which the particle is growing is flat , and ... but the rigorous treatment of the

problem of growth on growing

requires a ...

In deriving these equations , it is necessary to assume that the

**grain boundary**inwhich the particle is growing is flat , and ... but the rigorous treatment of the

problem of growth on growing

**grain boundaries**of networks of triple linesrequires a ...

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KNOOP HARDNESS NUMBER - IIIIIIIIIIIIIII 35 25 15 5 0 5 15 25 35 45 DISTANCE

FROM

after quenching ( 0 ) and after slow cooling ( A ) , each from 2100° C . From ...

KNOOP HARDNESS NUMBER - IIIIIIIIIIIIIII 35 25 15 5 0 5 15 25 35 45 DISTANCE

FROM

**GRAIN BOUNDARY**( u ) Fig . 13 . Microhardness study of**grain boundary**after quenching ( 0 ) and after slow cooling ( A ) , each from 2100° C . From ...

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