## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2; Volume 19, Part 1 |

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DIFFRACTION

result of UPD of iron is that measurements with the 211 diffraction peak give a

smaller value of residual stress than is measured with the 310 peak . This

diffraction ...

DIFFRACTION

**PLANE**DEPENDENCE OF THE MEASURED STRESS Anotherresult of UPD of iron is that measurements with the 211 diffraction peak give a

smaller value of residual stress than is measured with the 310 peak . This

diffraction ...

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Let a function Hm ( Y ) represent the fraction of the sampling

material with composition m diffracting with an average interplanar spacing

dmThe diffraction angle om is given by Bragg ' s Law . For one - dimensional

volume ...

Let a function Hm ( Y ) represent the fraction of the sampling

**plane**of crystallinematerial with composition m diffracting with an average interplanar spacing

dmThe diffraction angle om is given by Bragg ' s Law . For one - dimensional

volume ...

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1 , sample absorption reduces the intensity by a factor exp [ - 2 { u ( Y ) ) Y / sin o )

, ( 5 ) where ( u ( Y ) ) is the average linear absorption coefficient for all material

between the free surface and a

1 , sample absorption reduces the intensity by a factor exp [ - 2 { u ( Y ) ) Y / sin o )

, ( 5 ) where ( u ( Y ) ) is the average linear absorption coefficient for all material

between the free surface and a

**plane**at a depth Y . The linear absorption ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

Applications | 45 |

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