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

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... conservative estimate one can use į of the value

estimate of the typical magnitude of this quantity is given in Table IV . It was also

found that the stationary slit TABLE IV TYPICAL INSTRUMENTATION ERRORS

IN ...

... conservative estimate one can use į of the value

**calculated**in Eq . ( 24 ) . Anestimate of the typical magnitude of this quantity is given in Table IV . It was also

found that the stationary slit TABLE IV TYPICAL INSTRUMENTATION ERRORS

IN ...

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The elastic behavior of a polycrystalline aggregate can be

a single crystal . Some assumptions must be made , however , the most common

being that of Voigt , who assumes equal strains in all directions , and Ruess ...

The elastic behavior of a polycrystalline aggregate can be

**calculated**from that fora single crystal . Some assumptions must be made , however , the most common

being that of Voigt , who assumes equal strains in all directions , and Ruess ...

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The various compositions along the diffusion zone can be determined through

lattice parameter

lattice parameters with composition . Residual strains resulting from the relatively

...

The various compositions along the diffusion zone can be determined through

lattice parameter

**calculations**and by comparing these with the known variation oflattice parameters with composition . Residual strains resulting from the relatively

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### Contents

R JAMES | 2 |

Principles of XRay Stress Measurement | 4 |

Control of Accuracy and Precision | 25 |

Copyright | |

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